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Old 06-27-2008, 08:28 AM
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I'm Still so Happy, I think I'll do a Jig too...

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Old 06-27-2008, 08:34 AM
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sorry, I just get bored sometimes...
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"Buckshot it was a gun, want to be owner, that took it to the supreme court. He along with a couple others sued for their right to have a hand gun in their home in DC."

True it was a want to be owner that brought the lawsuit but when they lost the case in appeals court the anti's would have been better off dropping it there instead of appealing to the supreame court. They have dealt the anti-gun movement a near death blow.

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true. it would have left it a local matter but you know other areas would have picked up on it and sued for the same rights. This way it worked out to be an all or nothing deal.
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yeah i was very pleased with the pro gun ruling.the fact that it wasn't unanimous was a little upsetting but a win is a win.They (NRA)are filling more lawsuits now.california,chicago and hopefully NY
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