Federal Court Rules CA Handgun Roster Constitutional

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  1. Slobray

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    They were screwed again by another liberal judge..........

    http://www.guns.com/2015/02/27/federal-judge-california-handgun-roster-is-constitutional/

     
  2. Just Jim

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    California leads the rest of the nation. Knowing this it tells you what to buy now that you can't have later.o_O
     
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  3. mkwerx

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    District court isn't the end-all be-all. The 9th circus will no doubt wind up with this case, and if that decision doesn't stick could wind up at the SCOTUS. Let's hope this gets overturned. Ginny Burdick and Floyd Prozac-Me probably just orgasmed at this news. *sigh*
     
  4. Slobray

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    The way SCOTUS has been lately, CA would need a circut split for them to eventually take it. With out the split, they would just ignore it.


    Ray
     
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  5. FuzzyWombatSoup

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    As I'm still in CA, the only good side to this is by the time it makes to the CA9, far fewer guns will be on the roster since many hundred models are set to expire in the next few years. It'll be very difficult to argue it's not a complete ban.
     
  6. boogerhook

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    what happened to "shall not be infringed"?

    The founders were not constitutional scholars when they wrote the Constitution. They used plain English in good faith that we would understand plain English and adhere to what it said. When I became a citizen, I swore an oath to defend the Constitution against all foreign and domestic enemies. I studied the Constitution and agreed to what it says. I agreed specifically with that document but not necessarily with all future interpretations and spins the Courts will put on it.

    Before we know it, we'll have traded liberty for a sticky web of court rulings and political agendas with no place to go.
     
  7. Stomper

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    This is what's called, "legislating from the bench".
     
  8. boogerhook

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    Just think about it, what is a more likely a faithful interpretation of the 2nd Amendment?

    1. Every state and their political subdivisions shall make their own laws to determine which persons may own a firearm, which persons may carry a firearm in public, whether firearms must or must not be concealed, which firearms must or must not be loaded, what type of firearms are permitted, how many rounds and what caliber are permitted, and furthermore which places shall be off limits, a.k.a. gun free.

    2. Every law abiding citizen shall have the right to own and carry firearms for his or her defense, the defense of loved ones, and the defense of the state.

    It's not that hard, why do we end up with the least probable interpretation?
     
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  9. Caveman Jim

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    Most Gen X have never even heard of the Bill of Rights and this is the future.....
    We, as lawful gun owners, must take a definitive stance and educate the constitutional illiterates.
     
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  10. Morpheus

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    Careful there tossing that one around. There are a great deal of Gen X members on this forum who fight very hard right along side of you.

    Oh, and keep in mind Gen X is considered born between the early 60s to early 80s. That is a huge group of people thank you.

    As for a CA district court agreeing with a CA legislative ruling, not a huge surprise. This is a wait and see what happens item to me.
     
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  11. Caveman Jim

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    I said MOST.... not ALL..... GEEZE.....:p
     
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  12. IheartSig

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    At the rate California is going they will only be allowed to posses a board with a nail in it for protection.
     
  13. Hawaiian

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    With the current legislators in Oregon, we just might soon be known as Northern California.
     
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  14. Caveman Jim

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    I should have added GenY to the mix as it is its own enemy.
    Lets try and talk some sense into these kids.
     
  15. SigmundSour

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    One can only hope!
     
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