Thursday, July 17, 2008

D.C.: Still Not Getting It After Heller

So the District of Corruption introduced a new gun law in response to the spanking it got from the Supreme Court in D.C. vs. Heller. The new law isn't a ban, but is still oppressive.

City leaders say the legislation goes as far as it can on gun regulations while respecting the high court's ruling. Weapons must be unloaded, disassembled or trigger-locked, except when there is a "threat of immediate harm to a person" in the home.

FAIL. The Court specifically addressed this.

"Oh, excuse me Mr. Burglar. Can you wait over there while I get my gun out of the safe and load it?"

I look forward to seeing this struck down, and hopefully, these clowns will be held personally liable under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So, now we have to buy back our civil rights from the shysters word by word.

Proof once again that all shysters are scum, and that the Supremes just take their bribe money and laugh.

Who thinks we should limit lawyers to $25 an hour, logged hours only, or as much less as they care to charge.