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Put Prospective Gun Owners Under The Microscope

Wess Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 1:10 PM
I think that she should have to prove the relavnce of this article which she should have no qualms with since she obviously believes she knows better than the Supreme Court on this issue. Also I noticed all of her examples involved countries that hide under the skirt of protection provided by the cowboy mentality of the United States Military of which I can guarentee believe in the second amendment.
Ms Kelly Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 1:54 PM
Isn’t it interesting. When the Supreme Court rules in favor of the left, the question is forever settled as in the case of abortion. When the SC rules in favor of the right, however, the decision is simply ignored.

Cases in point: The SC has ruled that citizens have an absolute right to keep and bear arms (District of Columbia vs Heller March 2008 as well as McDonald vs City of Chicago, Oct 2009) yet states and cities continue to put up restrictions. The SC has ruled that states have the right to require photo ID to vote (Crawford vs Marion County election board 2008) and yet Obama, arrogantly ignoring SC precedent) sued several states this year to prevent implementation of this law.
LouisianaMan225 Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 8:58 PM
Bingo! I think "selective obedience" is right after "selective memory" and right before "straw-man argument" in the Left's playbook. Since "ad hominem" starts with "A," it's normally their starting point.

PARIS -- Anyone who can't withstand a rational debate on the subject of gun control -- particularly in light of last week's Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Connecticut -- should be automatically prohibited from ever owning a firearm. In fact, this should be the number-one requirement of gun ownership: Can someone applying for ownership of a deadly weapon withstand an hour-long debate against someone in favor of gun control without resorting to physical or verbal assault?

Is it too much to ask that every person wanting to possess a firearm be subject to a battery of tests -- everything from...