Should there be prior restraints on 2A?
Given that Heller has confirmed that 2A is an individual right, I am very confused by posts that I see here on defensivecarry.com, which seem to suggest that somehow 2A is a lesser individual right than others.
OMHO, citizens have rights vs. subjects are granted privileges by their masters.
I believe the RKBA is an inherent right – not a privilege. Also, I believe that 2A is/or should be equal to all other individual rights in the Bill of Rights – that’s to say that there should not be prior restraint on the RKBA -- e.g., no prior restrain such as “yes, but not here”, “yes, but not when”, “only if you prove you are worthy, first”, etc.
However, in reading many posts here on DC, my opinion appears to be a minority opinion, if judged by volume.
On the one hand, many applaud “constitutional carry.”—e.g., at http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...ska-model.html 92.64% agreed with the idea of “constitutional carry.”
On the other hand, many posters appear to want to see prior restraints on who can carry, prior restraints on when we can carry, prior restraints on where we are allowed to carry, etc.
So, please answer this poll solely based on what you think the law of the land should be. (Please do not interject: 1) personal practices / what you would personally do -- given the freedom to do or not do things like carry and drink, carry without training/practice, etc or 2) this is what we do in "x" State).
If you think there should be prior restraint on the RKBA for all citizens, please discuss, the whats and whys.