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The assault weapon ban? Not about mass shooters, it’s about Rittenhouse and McCloskys…..

Wild Bill Kelsoe

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WTF does that have to do with..................ANYTHING?
Everyone already knows that............or they should.

NO shit.
But you can't explain the "BIG difference"?

Sure.
Out of 195 countries in the world.
Only 11, elect their leaders, not all for their president, in an "electoral college' but similar, vote.
Burma.
Burundi.
Estonia.
India.
Madagascar
Nepal.
Pakistan.
Trinidad.
Tobago.
Vanuatu.
Vatican city.

The 12th being the US.

535 "Electors" deciding for 335 million people?
Yeah, THAT makes sense.

We should transfer the same with governors, with counties having "delegates".
It makes as much sense as having a Congress.
 

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How do you figure that?
The electoral college electors are proportional to its population.
You're the one bitching about the electoral college. Without that only the top 4 states would have a say in the election of a president. And the top most populated states voter turn out with the exception of Florida doesn't rank above 30.
 

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I don't have to show the line. You're the one that says there's a line and that some arms aren't protected.
And you, Scotsman, agree.
So, where is the line in the constitution between what weapons are protected and what weapons are not?
How do you know?
 

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If you think you know the Constitution and if you think you defend it, if you think you truly defend the right to keep and bear arms or any other protected right, then you should be able to back up any claim supporting any government power or authority with a reference to where in the Constitution that power comes.
Similarly... You should be able to tell us the ownership and use of which "arms" are protected by the 2nd, which "arms" are not, and where the constitution draws the line. And you can't.
You shall now prove me right, and you an idiot.
 

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