Monday, March 12, 2007

Constitution found in D.C.

This is from the "I can't believe my eyes" dept.
As I noted Friday, the Federal District Court for DC ruled for some DC citizens seeking to be able to have *serviceable and usable* firearms in their homes - something the DC gun law prohibits, requiring what weapons the DC council reluctantly allows citizens to own to be disassembled or gun-locked, with the ammunition stored separately from the weapon. In other words, the most common peaceable use of a firearm in your home - self-defense, is defacto prohibited.

The ruling observed, "The Second Amendment would be an inexplicable aberration if it were not read to protect individual rights as well."
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