Second Amendment Limits to Gun Ownership

Aug 30, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: FindLaw

The Second Amendment protects the right of all citizens to keep and bear arms but like any other legal right it has its limits.

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“Now thats a tin hat!”

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Sep 1, 2012
 
What a strange little thought that man has.

Restricting the mere exercise of a right.

What happened to restricting harmful behavior, while exercising a right.

For example, I cannot yell fire in a crowded theater, unless it actually is on fire.

I cannot shoot my gun while in a crowded theater, unless I am shooting at the guy starting the fire.

I can carry a piece of paper with the word fire on it all day.
That is merely exercising a right.

Yet I can get busted for merely wearing a gun in that crowded theater, which is also merely exercising a right.

For some reason, the Gov assumes I WILL misbehave if I exercise a right.

And the people allow the Gov to pass laws restricting that mere exercise.

What is wrong with you people.

“O'er the land of the free ? ”

Since: Jan 09

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Sep 2, 2012
 
ZigmunnDroid wrote:
What a strange little thought that man has.
Restricting the mere exercise of a right.
What happened to restricting harmful behavior, while exercising a right.
For example, I cannot yell fire in a crowded theater, unless it actually is on fire.
I cannot shoot my gun while in a crowded theater, unless I am shooting at the guy starting the fire.
I can carry a piece of paper with the word fire on it all day.
That is merely exercising a right.
Yet I can get busted for merely wearing a gun in that crowded theater, which is also merely exercising a right.
For some reason, the Gov assumes I WILL misbehave if I exercise a right.
And the people allow the Gov to pass laws restricting that mere exercise.
What is wrong with you people.
I think it has to do with insecure people not trusting themselves and to alleviate that condition and make themselves feel better about their own inadequacies they want to restrict everyone.

A confident person does not worry about things but moves forward.
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United States

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Sep 2, 2012
 

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Sep 2, 2012
 
This writer can't even keep the court cases straight or cite one properly. Why should we think he can even address what a Suprem Court Justice "MIGHT" think...?

He's full of crap.

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