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Thread: 2nd amendment rights.

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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    So the Constitution is NOT open to interpretation?
    Define "interpretation".

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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    So the Constitution is NOT open to interpretation?
    Who here said that?
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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    So the Constitution is NOT open to interpretation?
    Oh, dear. Good luck in here.

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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Define "interpretation".
    noun
    the action of explaining the meaning of something
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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Chevydriver asks "who here said that" ???/ that would be Goobieman.

    The only way leftists can get anything does is to exploit the "too old, too vague, and too open to someones interpretation: nature of the Constitution.
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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    So the Constitution is NOT open to interpretation?



    Thank god no.... If it were open to "interpetation" it would be meaningless. We have a constitutional proccess to amend said constitution.... We would not need this if it was open to "interpretation" based on the current societies "feelings" and "whims".
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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by molten_dragon View Post
    As I specifically pointed out in the OP, that's not the question I'm asking.

    Is it or is it not constitutional to restrict the sale/purchase of firearms?
    if you make it harder to purchase firearms, in effect you make it harder to keep and bear them. how can you keep and bear arms if you are restricted from buying them?
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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    noun
    the action of explaining the meaning of something
    You mean like clarifying the meaning of the term "arms" as it is used in the 2nd?

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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Chevydriver asks "who here said that" ???/ that would be Goobieman.
    Who has said no such thing.

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    Re: 2nd amendment rights.

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Thank god no.... If it were open to "interpetation" it would be meaningless. We have a constitutional proccess to amend said constitution.... We would not need this if it was open to "interpretation" based on the current societies "feelings" and "whims".
    Then what do you think it is that the Supreme Court does in explaining the language of the Constitution?
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