More on Parker Case

David Hardy gives his legal insights on the DC Parker gun control case here.

David makes many good legal points in the interview, though I do disagree with him on the costs of losing the case at the Supreme Court. I do think that it would have a devastating effect on those who support the right to protection to have the Supreme Court say that the 2nd Amendment does not protect an individual right. Right now the vast majority of people believe that there is an individual right to gun ownership and I think that would change with such a ruling. My guess is that there is a somewhat better than a 50 percent chance that won't happen, but if it did, it would be a big cost.

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Anonymous straightarrow said...

they can rule any damn thing they want. Won't change my mind. Two reasons. Though I am not college educated, I am smarter than they are and can actually read.

I will not give up my rights if the whole damn country votes against them. Forget 9 insulated individuals with little or no contact with the world most of us live in.

6/03/2007 3:53 AM  

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