Maybeso Wrote:
Feb 14, 2013 9:35 AM
Mr. Chapman's basic premise needs review. The First Amendment has a controlling phrase, "Congress shall make no law..." The Second's controlling phrase is "...shall not be infringed." His point about what the courts may say is invalid as the courts have been known to make mistakes many times, Dred Scott comes to mind. Also, given a different mix of Supreme Court justices the 'precedent' might be reversed soon.