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Journal News Editors, MSNBC's Toure Refuse to Put "This Home is Proudly Gun Free" Signs in Their Yards

coveyrise Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 11:13 AM
The real question here should be "WHY DID THESE PEOPLE HAVE TO REGISTER AS GUN OWNERS IN THE FIRST PLACE?" Where in the 2nd Amendment does it mention that our right to bear arms needs to be a matter of public record? If part of my Constitutional Right to Bear Arms is intended for my protection to defend myself from intruders or a tyrannical government then why would I be required to let the Government know that I am capable of such defense? It would appear to me that "Gun Registration" itself is partly a violation of my Constitutional Rights.
Joesolis Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 4:46 PM
Good lord people, don't you know that the Consitution is an out-molded document written by racist dead white guys?
TommyMaq Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 12:14 PM
What does "shall not be infringed" mean?
Earl29 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 11:29 AM
Absolutely correct. Registration is rightly regarde as unconstitutional.

In light of the Journal News publishing the names and addresses of law abiding gun permit holders in New York's Westchester and Rockland counties, Project Veritas went around to the homes of Journal News editors to find out whether they were willing to put a "this home is proudly gun free" sign in their front yards. They all refused. Veritas also visited MSNBC's Toure who said although he supports gun control, he isn't willing to put up a sign. Toure is the same guy who said he has a right to know who gun permit holders are in his neighborhood.