Beto Says Police Will Go Door-To-Door to Confiscate Guns


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Apr 12, 2007
Ahem. It seems to me that the Second Amendment when ratified by the states as part of the Bill of Rights protected exactly the right to keep and own a Brown Bess and "clones," which were undoubtedly "weapons of war."

Unless you think that the Bill of Rights was somehow frozen in time, AR-15 rifles are well within the scope of protected firearms.

And if you don't, how do you feel about restricting the first amendment to hand-placed cold lead type and hand-operated printing presses that produce paper printed materials? In other words, how do you feel about a First Amendment jurisprudence that would not protect any existing newspaper, radio station, television station, or internet site?
It seems you and everyone else severely misunderstood my comment.

I want the Beto types to explain how they can ban these but think it is fine for the cops to still use them while they are going around door to door rounding them up. The irony is obvious.
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