dap1 at BELLSOUTH.NET
Tue May 6 17:54:47 MDT 2008
> What I meant is that, unless you fall into a category of persons
> that aren't allowed firearms (convicted felons comes to mind),
> then there is no permission implied. You put in your paperwork
> and the gun is registered, period. If you want to call that
> "permission and privilege," that's kind of dumb, but do what you want.
> I do want to call registration "permission and privilege." Thanks for
> the permission and privilege to do that. ; )
> And I can't find that "convicted felons and others not allowed" clause
> in my copy of the Second Amendment. Is it in the light gray type on
> the back?
Then look a little harder. The Constitution fully supports denial of any
right after due process (that means a trial for you folks in Rio Linda)
up to and including the right to life.
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