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The Complex Truth About the Second Amendment

Solipslip Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 4:43 PM
Registration is not "infringement'? Background checks at all levels of sale or transfer is not "infringement'? My new restaurant named Hootersville should be safe from a copyright “infringement” lawsuit then. Libs say requiring Voter ID is an intolerable "infringement” on your right to vote, hmmmm…I don’t see the Right to Vote in the Constitution. I want to give a gun to my mother after work tonight because her neighbor was burglarized last night. But first we have to go to a Federally Licensed Dealer (when they are open), pay his transfer fee $25 now until it becomes mandatory), run the background check (now taking days in some areas), and wait the mandatory 3-10 days….that’s not infringement? These lawyers and you need a...
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 5:43 PM
I would give Mom the gun and trust in a jury of my peers.

Molon Labe

The debate on gun control lately has been going like this: Liberals propose various restrictions on allowable firearms, acceptable owners and approved ammunition. Conservatives exclaim, "Second Amendment!" And the debate, at least in the mind of the latter group, is over.

The Second Amendment, they believe, is not just one important provision of our basic government document. It's the first and last word on the subject of firearms.

Viewing the proposals offered since the Sandy Hook massacre, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., concludes the supporters intend "to completely GUT our Second Amendment rights." The Utah Sheriffs' Association warned President Barack...