scalia said, "weapons that are ordinary to the military". i dont know if you know this or not,but i cant buy "weapons that are ordinary to the military" at any gun show,or pawn shop, and if i did buy it from an individual , being caught could give me a 5 year stay in federal prison......again, whats your point? if a bushmaster was "ordinary to our military" we would lose every war we engaged in.<quoted text>
Really, the second amendment says my 12 year old daughter can buy a handgun at a pawn shop, no questions asked? Is that what the "militia" part means? No, the Heller decision is the only thing that matters at this point, and Scalia specifically said that, as a personal right, the second amendment comes with government limits on the types of weapons a person can own and the conditions under which they can be owned. That part of the debate is over. Now it is a matter of defining what are appropriate personal weapons and ownership conditions. The only people still saying your right is unlimited are the gun manufacturers and the three f*ck stains (Rand, Cruz, Lee) they paid to tell you that.
what weapons are you wanting banned via the heller decision for the "greater good"?