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Old 09-26-2012, 10:54 PM   #11
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What I want to know is why our law makers cannot write the laws so that everyone can understand them at first glance? Why must they be written in only a language that lawyers understand? Is this some form of job security?
The proposed amendment gives more freedom back to "we the people" by limiting the ability for anti-gun judges and lawyers from "interpreting" or applying a lesser standard to your fundamental right to keep and bear arms.

We all agree "shall not be infringed" is easy to understand. But, unfortunately, as we see in state and federal cases, its whittled away with low standards of review or balancing tests, or plain disregard for the right. Now by expressly making the right fundamental and requiring strict scrutiny -- you are saying "shall not be infringed" -- AND WE MEAN IT!
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Well God Bless your fight!!!

Please keep us informed of the outcome.

If successfull, send a copy of it to the NRA rep here in Florida. It would seem that ours needs a little fine tuning.


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The proposed amendment gives more freedom back to "we the people" by limiting the ability for anti-gun judges and lawyers from "interpreting" or applying a lesser standard to your fundamental right to keep and bear arms.

We all agree "shall not be infringed" is easy to understand. But, unfortunately, as we see in state and federal cases, its whittled away with low standards of review or balancing tests, or plain disregard for the right. Now by expressly making the right fundamental and requiring strict scrutiny -- you are saying "shall not be infringed" -- AND WE MEAN IT!
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