2) Where are all the "state's rights folks" who have come here to repeatedly defend whatever one state or another
has done on something or other. They used to come here and still do to want the US government out of the issue,
to argue about incorporation of 2A, and argue against national reciprocity. OK state's righters, it is NY-- and according
to your theories they can do what they want.According to your theories AZ can do what it wants. According to your theories
IL can do what it wants.
3) They can't. They all must follow Heller. Well Heller says there can be regulation. So at least according to one of the
most conservative justices on one of the most conservative USSCs we have ever had, they have done nothing
unconstitutional. NY has applied regulations its legislature sees fit to enact but has not made it impossible to own
guns, nor have they made it impossible to get a license.
4) It is fine to argue that they are misguided, that they are wrong, that the law won't help anything, that others shouldn't follow
NY's miserable example, but when some get off on the constitutional issues, the allegations of tyranny, and other overheated rhetoric they harm us, they don't help us.