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The U.S. Supreme Court rejected two appeals challenging California gun regulations

Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by AustinN4, Feb 20, 2018.

  1. F350-6

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    Is that why google is working so hard on AI? To implant something and make it seem she's still alive until such a time that a more favorable (to them) candidate occupies 1600 Pennsylvania?
     


  2. Omegaheat

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    Its pretty similar in washington with a waiting period. Im not against the waiting periods.

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  3. easy rider

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    Are you sure you're on the right forum? Or are you just trolling?
     
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  4. TheMailMan

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    Waiting periods have NEVER stopped a criminal from doing what they want to do.
     
  5. jrbfishn

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    When ordinary people get frustrated by waiting periods they will steal a gun, by one on the street or rely on the old standbys. Hammer, baseball bat, screwdriver or knives.
    For that matter, materials for IEDs are readily available at any grocery store or Walmart with no ID or waiting period. And are more destructive and easy to hide.
    Criminals don't follow the law or waiting period anyway, so waiting periods are pretty much worthless in that regard.

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  7. toddnjoyce

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    Read the record today. Justice Thomas’ dissent airs some dirty laundry.

    “The Court would take cases because abortion, speech, and the Fourth Amendment are three of its favored rights. The right to keep and bear arms is apparently this Court’s constitutional orphan.”

    “Nearly eight years ago, this Court declared that the Second Amendment is not a “second-class right, subject to an entirely different body of rules than the other Bill of Rights guarantees.” McDonald, 561 U. S., at 780 (plurality opinion). “

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