The original title of this article was “Judge rules sheriffs have no standing to sue in gun lawsuit” but I think the new title better describes what the judge is up to here.
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This is how a judge obfuscates and misdirects and then finally rules arbitrarily, hoping no one will notice.
It’s a wonderful thing: technology and the internet running away from totalitarian thugs like Schumer, Nelson and Israel.
Christie spent the weekend denying the obvious. He’ll make a great politician one day.
That’s the real reason this case has such monumentally profound implications: if the government wins, the feds will have all the legal precedent they need to confiscate guns under the ATT.
Gifford’s tiny anti-gun group is being helped along by the sympathetic media, as usual.
RFID technology now allows government monitoring of “smart guns” – it would result in “instant” disarmament without confiscation.
Why doesn’t Sweig just come out and say it: “We want your guns” and be done with it. It would eliminate the need for all the obfuscation, subterfuge and falderal. It would also make this article shorter.
Eric Holder is a smart guy. He knows what he is doing. Any suggestion, then, that he doesn’t know of the precedents that have guided the Supreme Court for decades, doesn’t reflect reality. Why then would he raise the question that has long since been settled?
This is simply back door gun confiscation under the guise of protecting us from the mentally ill. All of us, at one time or another, probably show symptoms of mental illness. Does that disqualify us from owning a firearm?