Author Topic: Supreme Court Decision 06/23/2022  (Read 336 times)

oldgraygeek

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Re: Supreme Court Decision 06/23/2022
« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2022, 01:17:20 AM »
God love you OGG but itís not just about the qualifications to get the license.  Itís about a fundamental right that is merely acknowledged by the constitution.   ANY qualifications on that right is an infringement.

An armed man is a free man.  A disarmed man is a slave.

I agree 100%. I'm just pointing out to the Left that the sky isn't falling. One actual headline: "In radical decision, Supreme Court all but nullifies statesí right to control guns."
If only that were true...
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Re: Supreme Court Decision 06/23/2022
« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2022, 02:05:34 AM »
I really like your take on this OGG. I too lean left on most issues except for when it comes to the the constitution and that's why I'd like to see states doing more to tackle the root causes of violence. There's no denying that the majority of crime takes place in low income areas and democrats need to address that rather than infringing upon law abiding people.

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Re: Supreme Court Decision 06/23/2022
« Reply #17 on: June 24, 2022, 10:48:17 AM »
Uncle Joe has said a number of times, no Amendment of the Constitution is absolute.  That makes me think that he has no business in any position he ever held.  Now we have to fight some of the republicans as well, bummer.
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Re: Supreme Court Decision 06/23/2022
« Reply #18 on: June 24, 2022, 01:51:54 PM »
What this Supreme Court ruling "should" do is clarify the guidance to
the Appeals courts regarding the logic used to make decisions going
forward. The Appeals court, has been using a creative 2-part strategy
to nullify lower courts, Constitutional interpretation of the law. Now
The Appeals courts have been put on notice that:
A) The SC approves only the three-part logic that was applied in
"DC vs Heller".
and
B) The courts rulings must be consistent with the nation's historical
tradition of firearm regulation. The history of tradition of firearm
regulation, did not make a distinction between a hunting gun, and
a defensive gun, and a war gun. Has always presumed that the projectile
has to get to the chamber somehow. From powder, patch, and ball, to
cartridge's, to feeding device. This has always been part and parcel of
what was referred to as "Arms". Now, that historical context must be part
of new legislation, or risk being overturned at the SC level. This may not
stop Legislatures, and Governors from passing unconstitutional laws, but
sets them up to be struck down at the Appellate level. As the pendulum
swings back, the stage is set for the repeal of these unconstitutional laws.






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Re: Supreme Court Decision 06/23/2022
« Reply #19 on: June 24, 2022, 05:17:03 PM »
It's been a good long minute since I posted here, but I must admit, this opinion of the Court is a major arrow in the quiver of all comers now who want to challenge gun control legislation. 

Like others, I'm quite curious as to how this will affect pending new legislation at the State and Federal levels.