Aren't all gun control laws unconstitutional?

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    Says he who did not even try to address anything I said.
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    I accept your concession of the point.
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    My point is that the Bill of Rights is binding on all state & local government as well as federal. The Constitution does not allow that loophole for the Democratic Socialists' precious Town Hall to infringe our rights.

    There is something very unsavory & anti-constitutional going on, called the City Hall Biometric Launch. It's a grand unified gun control database.
     
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    As an outsider to this pissing match, I'm quite put off by it. But, I've been drawn into a few of them myself. What I'd like to know is if any of those of you who make posts like that have ever taken the challenge to PM and asked the guy you're arguing with to name the time and place?

    The pissing matches are not informative, entertaining, or conducive to any kind of productive civil discourse. Honestly, there are people on these boards that I'd give my front seat in Hell if they would PM me and say name the time and place.

    Unless you're going to do that, this Internet jockeying is a waste of time. A suggestion would be, rather than begin putting words into each other's mouths, you start out with a question: Did you mean to say...? That would make more people read the posts. But, really, some posts go for hundreds - sometimes thousands with the same points being made and people implying they'd like to take each other on. Hell, a face to face would resolve a lot; the meeting could be put on YouTube and it might be entertaining. It's just a thought.
     
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    My problem with the government and courts is that they get to pick and choose which constitutional rights apply in the workplace. You either apply all or none... I vote for none. If you don't have a right to have a gun or free speech in the work place, the 14th amendment doesn't apply to the workplace either (such as sexual harassment laws, discrimination, etc.).

    The Bill of Rights and U.S Constitution don't apply to private citizens and businesses, no exceptions. A workplace is free to apply their own sexual harassment and discrimination policies.
     
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    At the founding, all federal gun laws were unconstitutional.

    Because the 14th Amendment is so broadly and clumsily written, now ALL gun laws are unconstitutional (or they should be, by any reasonable interpretation of the 14th).
     
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    If only that were true. Bot sides of the political aisle try to tell employers who they can and cannot hire.
     
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    Arms, Armaments. Arms, weapons (of war), weaponry, firearms, guns, ordnance, cannon, artillery, munitions, instruments of war, war machines, military supplies.

    We have a right by our creator, a right that government can not infringe, to own cannons and artillery.

    Some idiot said that was written by imperfect humans, males (cause he knows perfect) that believed slavery was okay. Uh, History lesson needed!

    The USA's creation by males, wrote a Declaration of Independence and Constitution that resulted in Slavery ending, largely, worldwide! Despite Democrats fighting a civil war to keep slavery!


    Yes, those imperfect males ended slavery, I bet there are no African Americans willing to give their guns to the DemoRATs, who were the KKK and who opposed the Civil Rights Act of the 1960's!
     
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