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Discussion in 'News Articles' started by Madhouse, Sep 2, 2008.
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I think the poor should file suit against the city for discrimination. A right is a right, for poor and rich alike.
That looks to me like an unfair tax. Up to three weeks to receive a firearm after purchasing it? That is a bunch of bull. :332:
It really shouldn't surprise anyone that DC is basically doing everything possible to resist allowing civilian gun ownership. What should anger people is that despite the will of the people, and the indisputable ruling of the Supreme Court, the city of DC is still choosing to completely ignore the will of the people and the LAW. Wars have been started over less.
"I think the poor should file suit against the city for discrimination."
Too bad they are poor, lawyers are expensive.......
The D.C. is going to do anything and everything to drag the NRA through hoops and over hurdles while endangering the lives of it's citizens and pissing on the constitution and the Supreme Court.
You have a point, although simply filing the case might get attention from the media.
$125 is crazy.:crazy-1:
Wouldn't this qualify for the pro bono program? The litigant couldn't be too poor, ie: they must have enough disposable income to purchase a gun.
The American Bar Association (ABA) has become a national leader in the effort to enhance pro bono legal services. The ABA Center for Pro Bono assists ABA members and the legal community in developing and supporting effective pro bono legal services in civil matters as part of the profession's effort to ensure access to legal representation and the justice system. The center helps create, design, and implement pro bono programs. It sponsors an annual conference for bar leaders, pro bono program managers, legal service staff, and others involved in the delivery of pro bono legal services to poor people.
"The D.C. is going to do anything and everything to drag the NRA through hoops and over hurdles"
Let's get one thing strait first - the NRA attempted to keep this from going to court, THEN after the snowball had already started rolling, they gave a token amount of money and tried to lead the parade they originally attempted to rain on.....
As fas as DC goes, they are blatenly breaking the law. I would be willing to bet a federal reserve note that no steps will be taken to bring any offenders to justice. The fedgov machine will not eat it's own over re-arming the peasants.