It’s not politics, it’s history

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  1. stinkyB

    stinkyB 2009 Best Avatar Award Winner

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    Don't worry, the same people will push for the death penalty, if the neglected grow up to be shitbag human beings....
     
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    Precog is the way...
     
  3. Ralebird

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    I would think that before making such a statement you would have become more familiar with the court's decision. I have read about half of the 64 page decision and have not seen the word "arbitrary" once. Nor did I see anything about how anyone "feels." I believe you have shown that you are the poster here who needs to do better.

    New York State law, legally enacted to "well regulate" the use of firearms, required each application be thoroughly screened and set the terms for such. That is the action of a free state.

    What is indisputable is that this week the Supreme Court has decided that New York's obligation to make laws as a free state has been hampered and Mississippi's same obligation has been endorsed.

    What is indisputable is that this week the Supreme Court has decided that New York's obligation to make laws as a free state has been hampered and Mississippi's same obligation has been endorsed.
     
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    That's an excellent point. Double standard for sure.
     
  5. bicketybam

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    "New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc., et al. v. Bruen was brought on behalf of Robert Nash and Brandon Koch, two men in Rensselaer County, near Albany, who objected to a later amendment to the Sullivan Act that allows local officials a degree of discretion in deciding who qualifies for a permit to carry a concealed weapon in public. Both men had applied for concealed-carry licenses and been denied, because local officials determined that neither had demonstrated “proper cause” for needing the license for self-defense."

    So a person who gets denied in Westchester County because the officials decided there isn't a need for a CCL and then moves to Dutchess County and is approved by the Dutchess County Sheriff doesn't qualify as an arbitrary decision? One county demands that you need a very specific reason while another doesn't require anything other than you want one. How do you explain that? Both are CCL's issues in NY state.
     
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    We're talking about the law here and the decisions about it made in the court system, not your opinion or characterization. Probably due to your attempt to simplify a contorted subject you have gone well beyond what the court has said in your posting. It's not that simple. The county that has decided that it will require nothing "other than you want one" does not appear to be in compliance with the state law that requires "proper cause" since 1911.

    In any event, New York State has had its responsibility to make laws infringed upon by this decision. The states rights argument must be applied equally and I am of the opinion that the experience of the past few days disregards that concept.
     
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    One county decides that the desire to carry a concealed weapon is an acceptable reason. Another county doesn't. Both decisions met the requirements of the old law.
     
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    School kids safe?
     
  9. bicketybam

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    Statistics say they are.
     
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    There are some kids from Texas unavailable for comment
     
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    There's some dude in Australia unavailable to comment on the safety of swimming in the ocean. Does that mean it's not safe to swim in the ocean?
     
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    Regarding the Roe v Wade decision ..I had a conversation with an OR Nurse today who told me that the medical community ..especially the Female Health Care providers will start to mimic the Conservative belief how events including rapes, unwanted pregnancies and thinking pro life should be following Gods Will

    So when a guy comes in having a Heart Attack the Nurses can all say "gods will " >>>no help for you

    All Code Reds will automatically default to "God s Will" so it will be a DNR

    Or for older guys who's dick can't get hard anymore " well no Viagra for you! ">>>its Gods Will
     
  13. Jonathan_Vilma

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    Uh what? Sounds like that nurse is going to get fired rather quickly. You might want to report her if she’s going to fuck around with peoples lives over a political issue.
     
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    She sounds like a real cunt... along with any medical professional who feels & acts that way.

    It's fucking evil.
     
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    You should see the shit they are trying to pass here in sc… like allowing the refusal of treatment based on religious beliefs. I thought there was an oath about things like that.
     
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    Depending where you are, it isn't.
     
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    RBG: why'd the fetus cross the road?
    fetus: I dunno, why?
    RBG: somebody moved the dumpster. ........gotcha! ;)
     
  18. JetBlue

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    I’m not ignoring anything; you are ignoring the very next line — the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

    You should probably do some research on what Liberty actually means in the context of the 14th amendment. Hint — it has absolutely nothing to do with how you are attempting to use it, which is why legal cases about abortion have never even attempted to make that claim.
     
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    Australia.
     
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    awww....paw papapoop peeved? . . . lol ...clown
     
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