Well Set; I didn't mean to make a sarcastic comment (although I'm sure it could be read that way).
I was commenting that the USSC referenced Thomas Jefferson, a founding father. While your 'historical figure' was someone (whom I hadn't heard of, and you provided no additional information for me to investigate why I should value his opinion) who wrote on the subject 100+ years later.
I suppose if I had to choose a historical figure to further elaborate on the intention of the founding fathers in writing the 2nd amendment, I'd rather have one of the founding fathers.
I guess, based on this response, that you don't agree. Which is fine. I was merely asking if you gave the founding father any additional weight over your historical figure.
My second question was an honest one; I don't read all of the courts opinions; I didn't know if they referenced someone who simply had an opinion on the founding fathers desires, or if they restricted themselves to the founding fathers expressed viewpoints entirely.
I appreciate how you limited the personal attack to my ability to use sarcasm (even if it wasn't my intention).