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The George W. Bush administration chose to side with the District of Columbia, with the U.S. Department of Justice arguing that the case should be remanded by the Supreme Court. However, Vice President Dick Cheney broke from that stance by signing the brief in support of Heller.
I can understand people's frustrations with Mass politics, but it's our duty to vote.
I ended up voting for Lynch. Mostly because I'd already cast an absentee ballot before he came out with his gun $hit. I'd still rather see him in there than Markey though. Gives you something to think about.