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Don't know if this is true, feeling like I should first research it; naaaa

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Edit: looked it up and it's close but not true but you have to read carefully. It's not all men killed it's black men killed. Roughly 500/yr in Chicago or 4000 vs 7000 in Viet

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Edit: looked it up and it's close but not true but you have to read carefully. It's not all men killed it's black men killed. Roughly 500/yr in Chicago or 4000 vs 7000 in Viet
Not to worry count probably goes up daily.
 

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Clearly arming people with vaginas is a very bad idea. I wouldn't want little Tommy to lose his life because Miss Fuckumama was on the rag and a bit edgy that day.
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IDK its kind of like a nudist colony...bit of an open carry...she could hose me down and I would die with a smile on my face...
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Something to consider when asking for reinstatement (or new version) of the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban. The chief complaint liberals had with this bill was the grandfather clause, of which very few people today are aware, and the media is completely ignoring. Because of the grandfather clause, ALL weapons manufactured on or before the day in which the law took effect were exempt from the law. Currently, there are close to 2 million AR-15's legally owned in the United States. I haven't taken the time to research to see how many other "assault weapons" are currently legally owned, but your imagination is probably fairly accurate. NONE of these weapons would be included in a newly legislated ban.

Why? Because of the Constitution, and I'm not talking about the 2nd Amendment which guarantees the right to bear arms. I'm not talking about the 4th Amendment which guarantees that our property will not be seized without probable cause (and that means probable cause against the individual, not in general.) Not by the 5th Amendment which states "...nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation."

Although all of these Amendments must be considered when drafting such a piece of legislation, the key to the grandfather clause lies in the Constitution itself, Article I, Section 9, "No bill of attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed." Here is a good definition of an Ex Post Facto law: "Ex post facto is most typically used to refer to a criminal statute that punishes actions retroactively, thereby criminalizing conduct that was legal when originally performed." You can't legally possess something one day and suddenly be a criminal for possessing it the next. If a new Assault Weapon Ban were passed tomorrow, it would have zero effect on the weapons currently legally owned.

Now before you start posting with emotions and giving tirades about right vs wrong, needs vs wants, etc. bear in mind that what I posted is factual. I do it as information. And a word for BOTH sides of this debate, if you continue banging your head against the wall because what you are proposing isn't happening, change your tactics before you get a concussion.
 

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Same reason you can't get done for not wearing a seat belt in a classic car that never had them.
 

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Hasn't happened to me yet. I suppose there might be one asshole cop out there, but the law's pretty clear.
 

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the key to the grandfather clause lies in the Constitution itself, Article I, Section 9, "No bill of attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed." Here is a good definition of an Ex Post Facto law: "Ex post facto is most typically used to refer to a criminal statute that punishes actions retroactively, thereby criminalizing conduct that was legal when originally performed." You can't legally possess something one day and suddenly be a criminal for possessing it the next. If a new Assault Weapon Ban were passed tomorrow, it would have zero effect on the weapons currently legally owned.​


This is extremely important for those of us who still have gonads...​
 

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You can't legally possess something one day and suddenly be a criminal for possessing it the next.
Drugs. Which is why I am libertarian but the key words are "criminalizing conduct." I used to be able to fish with out the salmon stamp/endorsement now if I do my criminal conduct gets me run in front of a judge BUT since way back when, when I used to snag them/force fed, I cannot be charged. The 1914A is in that grandfathered in realm though. I didn't own it in when ever they passed that law but they cannot prove I did not inherit it so there for I can have that belt fed thingy. I actually do not own it but I know who does and even as he purchased it and it was not inherited they cannot prove a custody chain and as per the 5th then he's not required too. So it falls back to "Criminalized Conduct," which is what you are doing now and not then.

Just thought I would point that out.