Meaning of the second amendment
This is a discussion on Meaning of the second amendment within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by cj
Most people on this board know the words, but what do they really mean? I'm ashamed to admit that I never ...
December 18th, 2012 05:42 PM
Sometime, read the "Syllabus" for the SCOTUS HELLER OPINION on the 2nd A from 2008 - especially since, as our Fathers intended, THAT is for legal purposed the Second A. It's also interesting, aside from the exhaustive background research, that regulations are not at all outlawed by the OPINION so long as they do not take away the possibility of possessing a working firearm. That's the only Unconstitutional item - fact, several regulation-types are enumerated just to make sure that point of their specific intent to permit regulation is driven home.
Originally Posted by cj
When you read the research, have a full afternoon or evening to do it, it is really exhaustive. I've only gotten thru parts of it.
December 18th, 2012 07:43 PM
Re: Meaning of the second amendment
Anything enumerated in the Constitution means whatever the Supreme Court says it means. You will literally have to make your case in front of them if you want them to support your view.
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