Re: Judge: Assault weapons ban doesn't violate 2nd Amendment

x-no-idiots: yes
x-get-the-fuck-over-it-Rudy: yes
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>>> But that was pretty funny stuff about the Militia NOT existing, when all
>>> you have to do is real the Constitution to see it's there and has never
>>> been repealed. ;)
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>>You are wasting your breath.
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>>The term "A well regulated Militia" is there for a purpose.
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>>"A well regulated Militia" means "A government regulated Militia". >>
>>Let me give you an example.
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>>Here is a fool who packs and gun 24/7 and eats a lot of oatmeal (at
>>least 3 times a day), so he thinks he is "a well regulated Militia". >>
>>But in fact oatmeal only makes him "regular", not "regulated".
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>>For this misunderstanding of the Second Amendment, the "regular" militia
>>fool was gunned by "a government regulated Militia" when he tried to
>>draw his concealed weapon.
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>>If a bunch of fools like you can band together and call yourself "a well
>>regulated Militia", then Al Capone and his gang would have gotten away
>>with crime and murder.
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>Tsk tsk...US Code seems to think you are a liar and insane
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>(a) The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males
>at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section 313 of
>title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a
>declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States and
>of female citizens of the United States who are members of the
>National Guard.
>(1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and
>the Naval Militia; and
>(2) the unorganized militia, which consists of the members of the
>militia who are not members of the National Guard or the Naval
>Militia.
>2497.)
Goodness! You whip out that "liar" stuff more quickly than Matt
Dillon whipped out his .45 in Gunsmoke!
I have read both pieces briefly once, then again more carefully...
and, Gunner-guy, I have to ask if we read the same piece?
Congress in the summer of 1956... legislatively, it followed almost
immediately upon the heels of P.L. 84-851, which mandated that "In God
We Trust" would appear on our currency... it also happened in 1956;
however, that one was late in the 84th Congress' term. The Korean War
had just wrapped up and the Cold War was moving to the front burner;
in March of '56, 96 U.S. Congressmen had signed the "Southern
Manifesto" as a protest against the 1954 Supreme Court ruling (Brown
v. Board of Education) desegregating public education. (It was
generally a pretty quiet year.)
It was all cosmetic, though. Essentially, according to 861, the
militia is everybody and everything. And, as we well know, the
quickest way to make something become logically nothing is to define
it as being everything. You're not in the militia any more than
you're making a theological statement by spending a dollar.
Jones
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!Jones
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x-no-idiots: yes x-get-the-fuck-over-it-Rudy: yes
Well, that's your usual position on almost anything: "That's stupid", "No!" "No!" "No!" "No!"
It's just like our national health care: it was proceeding and you were invited to have participated; instead, you sat on the sidelines as the moral critics and practiced obstructionism. Then, after it passed anyway, you whine, bitch, and moan about it.
We're not keeping what we have; that's out of the question. The only question is: do you want to have some input into what it looks like in a few years or do we just do it without your help?
Jones
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!Jones
It certainly fits here. To restore what you clipped so that others can see just how silly your position is, You say: "A civilian gun is a bolt action rifle or shotgun with a magazine capacity not exceeding six rounds counting the one in the chamber. ... Anything else is a military gun
My response:
According to your definition, every pistol and revolver is a military gun, because it's not a rifle or shotgun.
By your definition, any semiautomatic rifle or shotgun is a military gun because they're not bolt action. According to you, this is a military gun:
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By your definition, just about any .22LR rifle, is a military gun, because they hold more than six rounds. According to you, this is a military gun:
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Meanwhile, any bolt action rifle with a limited magazine is a civilian gun even if it's got a removable mag, a pistol grip, a flash suppressor, and a bayonet lug.
By your definition, any bolt action with a limited mag is a civilian gun, even this one:
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I ask again, Where do you come up with such bullshit?
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Just Wondering
National health care? You mean that overflowing barrel of pork that was passed to the health care industry? Need I remind you that Max Baucus, who gutted the fish before it even got to Congress was the DEMOCRATIC Senator from Montana? The Democrats passes Obamacare with no help at all from the Republicans, but they were too spineless to even attempt a single payer system.
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rbowman
x-no-idiots: yes x-get-the-fuck-over-it-Rudy: yes
I'm sure that "others" are waiting with great anticipation.
The question wasn't "what is *MY* position"; I know *my* position. The question I asked was: "What's your position?"
Jones
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!Jones
x-no-idiots: yes x-get-the-fuck-over-it-Rudy: yes
Calm down; don't be so quick to get yer panties in a big wad.
I didn't say it was great; I said that the republicans sat on the sidelines as moral critics. The world is full of critics; the honor goes to the people who show up and work it... even if it's not perfect.
Jones
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!Jones
Not perfect? Fortunately I am enrolled in a single payer healthcare system. The people I work with who are younger than 65 say it sucks. They pay a lot more for a lot less. The only happy faces are in Big pharma and the insurance industry -- the same people that drop generous contributions into the Democratic piggy bank and have them on speed dial.
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rbowman
Bullshit, you didn't ask. But you already know my position because I have recently posted it and you replied to my posts. My position is that there is no meaningful way to distinguish between a "military firearm" and a "civilian firearm". Those are just emotionally charged semantic labels.
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Just Wondering

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