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Author Topic: Wet Ballots Delay Vote Count, Really!?  (Read 430 times)

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Re: Wet Ballots Delay Vote Count, Really!?
« Reply #11 on: November 07, 2018, 10:08:12 PM »
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We don't restore rights. Nobody who can is interested in doing such a thing, the very most we can hope for is that no more are taken away. Gun rights travel on a one-way street.

The Federal AWB expired and people in free states can buy full featured modern sporting rifles to their hearts content. No reason SCOTUS couldn't rule favorably to protect a right they way they've done for many others. The legal basis is there, what with common usage and all as stated in Heller. There just needs to be the will on the court to grant cert. As with anything worth striving for, there are no guarantees of victory.

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Re: Wet Ballots Delay Vote Count, Really!?
« Reply #12 on: November 08, 2018, 06:16:22 AM »
Exactly, it expired. It wasn't overturned. It ran it's course and they couldn't argue that it was worth keeping. This is where state's rights is a problem, it essentially means states retain the right to oppress their citizens in ways the federal government cannot. Technically that isn't legal, but technically they don't care. 
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Re: Wet Ballots Delay Vote Count, Really!?
« Reply #13 on: November 08, 2018, 08:21:42 AM »
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The Federal AWB expired and people in free states can buy full featured modern sporting rifles to their hearts content. No reason SCOTUS couldn't rule favorably to protect a right they way they've done for many others. The legal basis is there, what with common usage and all as stated in Heller. There just needs to be the will on the court to grant cert. As with anything worth striving for, there are no guarantees of victory.

Please stop using logic, it doesn't work here.
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Re: Wet Ballots Delay Vote Count, Really!?
« Reply #14 on: November 08, 2018, 11:19:45 AM »
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The Federal AWB expired and people in free states can buy full featured modern sporting rifles to their hearts content. No reason SCOTUS couldn't rule favorably to protect a right they way they've done for many others. The legal basis is there, what with common usage and all as stated in Heller. There just needs to be the will on the court to grant cert. As with anything worth striving for, there are no guarantees of victory.

Except auto-sears and bump stocks, ORANGE MAN GOOD1!1 *sarc* And the number of free states are declining. FL, WA, VA and CO are all gone. TX may be turning purple in the not too distant future. Every "free state" is just one D governor away from abandoning the 2A forever.