JS-Kit/Echo comments for article at http://smallestminority.blogspot.com/2008/06/in-keeping-with-harshing-your-mellow.html (3 comments)

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jsid-1214410916-593598  Rivrdog at Wed, 25 Jun 2008 16:21:56 +0000

Phil over at RNS used this post, and I commented there, but my take on it is that it doesn't mean a damn thing what is ruled, it's not going to stop the gun-grabbers.

If an individual right is ruled, there will be weasel words to give the grabbers pause to write more gun-grabbing rules.

If a collective right is ruled, it's unlikely that the role and fact of militia will be adequately enough defined, so the gun-grabbers will just start writing rules to box out the formation of new militias.

It's all about the "one-world" concept, you see. We're "one world" now, and the rest of the misguided world has rejected the idea of personal arms, for the most part. We are the lone holdout with our Second Amendment.

Enjoy your guns while you may, folks, your days of unfettered possession are almost at an end.

jsid-1214449297-593608  Thomas Paine at Thu, 26 Jun 2008 03:01:37 +0000

I'm hoping like hell for an individual rights interpretation from SCOTUS myself, so don't get me wrong. Just thought you might like to know that the suspect didn't go home and get his pistol, it was already in his car at work.


Too bad nobody was carrying concealed.

jsid-1214451848-593610  Kevin Baker at Thu, 26 Jun 2008 03:44:08 +0000

Well, crap.

So the Bradys get to do some more dancing.

Anybody want to bet this guy had some kind of record and ought to have been a prohibited person? (Either that, or he was on an SSRI or two? Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft?)

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