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Gag on 2nd Amendment is City's Aim in Guns Suit

What the f***?! You can’t just "forget" about an amendment! Gee, why am I not surprised...the second amendment is the one amendment that liberals and anti-gun people would like to see gone. Where the hell is the ACLU when you need them? Oh wait...they only support every other right, but the right to own a gun is always brushed aside, with people saying that it’s "old-fashioned" and "there’s no reason that people should have gun nowadays." I actually heard someone say that to me.

The next time that liberals have a protest or say something stupid (which is all the time) and go on trial, the jury should be told to forget the first amendment.

Ugh! This frusturates me so much!
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Gag on 2nd Amendment Is City’s Aim in Guns Suit

Lawyers for Mayor Bloomberg are asking a judge to ban any reference to the Second Amendment during the upcoming trial of a gun shop owner who was sued by the city. While trials are often tightly choreographed, with lawyers routinely instructed to not tell certain facts to a jury, a gag order on a section of the Constitution would be an oddity.

The rest: http://www.nysun.com/news/new-york/gag-2nd-amendment-city-s-aim-guns-suit

Barr Reacts To Bloomberg Gun Lawsuit Ruling

Former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr, along with Jasper, GA lawyer Ed Marger who represent Smyrna, GA firearms retailer Adventure Outdoors, today issued the following statement in reaction to yesterday’s ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Jack Weinstein, in the lawsuit pending against Adventure Outdoors by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg:

“The ruling by the Federal District Court in Brooklyn, NY finding that the court in that city has jurisdiction over Adventure Outdoors, was not at all unexpected. In fact, Adventure Outdoors has contemplated all along that the court would decide to maintain jurisdiction over the lawsuit brought by New York City.

Adventure Outdoors intends to continue to aggressively defend itself against what it considers an outrageous effort by Mayor Bloomberg to dictate how a lawful business in Smyrna, GA should carry out the business of providing a constitutionally-guaranteed product to the citizens of Georgia. While Mayor Bloomberg obviously believes the citizens of New York City should be denied their constitutional right to keep and bear arms, he has no business telling the citizens of Georgia they should be denied those rights as well.

The rest: http://www.bobbarr.org/default.asp?pt=newsdescr&RI=875
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