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greentriple
06-06-2012, 20:57
http://shar.es/qFNyy


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greentriple
06-06-2012, 21:08
Add this to your reading!

http://www2.law.ucla.edu/volokh/2am.pdf


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Jerry
06-06-2012, 21:25
:laughabove: You trolling for another argument? Remember what happened last time? :nutcheck:

greentriple
06-06-2012, 21:31
Jerry, stop while you are ahead. If you'd use your whole brain and not your power ego you'd see the articles came from a PRO-GUN source. So, take a breath, let it out, count to 10 and read the darn things. If you have something to contribute, well, add it. If you just want to shut down discussion, do so, I can't stop you.


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Jerry
06-06-2012, 22:09
No, you'd better stop while you're ahead. If you used "half" your brain you'd have comprehend my meaning. Its evident I've gaven you too much credit so I'll spell it out for you. If you're trolling you're going to get your but kicked by those in the know.... AGAIN! Now continue with the insults and this thread will be closed quicker than you can say dictatorial rule. Got it?

greentriple
06-06-2012, 22:17
Read the articles!


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Jerry
06-06-2012, 22:18
Try this.

A knowledge of English syntax and vocabulary and nothing else should be sufficient to determine that the amendment protects an individualist right to firearms.

Approaching the sentence as grammarians, we immediately note two things: the simple subject is "right" and the full predicate is "shall not be infringed." This, in other words, is a sentence about a right that is already assumed to exist. It does not say, "The people shall have a right to keep and bear arms." The amendment recognizes , but does not grant, the right. As the U.S. Supreme Court wrote in the late 19th century, the right to keep and bear arms is independent of the Constitution.

http://www.fff.org/freedom/1095e.asp

Jerry
06-06-2012, 22:23
Read the articles!


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I've already skimmed it. Don't need to read the whole thing. Reading comprehension and civility will get feather than an attitude son.

greentriple
06-06-2012, 22:26
Skimmed? Ok. It's a start. But, it limits comprehension to why fits your paradigm.
And I ain't ur son!
BTW, read ur first post to me then tell me about civility.


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Jerry
06-06-2012, 22:34
Read my first post? I wrote it why would I need to read it? Since you'd rather turn this into a personality competition rather than a gun control discussion guess what.