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  1. #11
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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"


  2. #12
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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    Unfortunately. Don't you have to take it to court, to determine if it's Constitutional?

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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    Don't think much of that ultimate power. Not when someone else is in charge of bestowing the consequences. Wilson is in denial or LaLa Land.

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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    Those consequences being, taking as many of them with you as you can.

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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    Well now, that's better ^^^. I can agree with that.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    "Heard from many gun owners who support...." Bullshit.
    A Republic, if you can keep it.

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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    Quote Originally Posted by ideaman View Post
    Unfortunately. Don't you have to take it to court, to determine if it's Constitutional?
    I agree but I didn't want to rain on the parade too soon in the thread. A court must decide if a law is unconstitutional. Until then you are exercising your 1st amendment right to petition the government for a redress of grievances, engaging in protest or obeying the law passed by duly elected representatives.

    For example, Obamacare is plainly unconstitutional, but it was passed by congress, signed by the president and the SCOTUS said no its not. Those who participated in its creation and continued existence were punished by the voters and we now have a completely new congress, president and court. But Obamacare is still a law, a bad unconstitutional law but still a law.

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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    The courts are not always right.

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    Default Re: "Unconstitutional Laws Aren't Laws"

    "Separate but equal"

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