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March 26, 2010

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Although I have not yet read the decision, just the summary above, I am somewhat in agreement with his decision, e.g., no 20,000 pound "daisy-cutter" bombs next door, please. I find his rush to judgment offensive, however.
I guess he just had to take another swipe at the right to bear arms. Someone trying to be fair and unbiased would just have waited a little longer for the Supremes to rule.

Big John

Judge Urbina said the Second Amendment right to bear arms "is not unlimited." Apparently, he does not understand the phrase "shall not be infringed".

Further, the Second Amendment has nothing to do with the "right to guns in the home for self-defense", as the gun control zealots would have you believe.

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