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    Default Re: Bad News on VT and CA magazine limitations.

    Quote Originally Posted by EFK View Post
    VT has largely been swamped with Massholes and the Hudson Valley set. Wasn't so much of a problem when it was just ski homes or vacation homes in the 70s and 80s, but large numbers have moved there permanently. They weren't going to hold out forever.
    Only a problem because our side doesn't evangelize.
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    Very true. Would be interesting to see the entire northern tier of PA move over to jersey, but unfortunately, I don't think it would make enough of a population dent considering Camden, Newark, Trenton et al.
    Strange women lying in ponds, distributing swords, is no basis for a system of government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EFK View Post
    Very true. Would be interesting to see the entire northern tier of PA move over to jersey, but unfortunately, I don't think it would make enough of a population dent considering Camden, Newark, Trenton et al.
    Last I heard NJ is the nation's most densely populated state. So that plan wouldn't work.

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    These federal judges may just be doing this to set a precedent for when the new AWB is passed and then challenged in SCOTUS.
    The anti gun left know how to use our laws and courts against us
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    This is very true. They always seem to be far, far ahead in the manipulative machinations department.
    Strange women lying in ponds, distributing swords, is no basis for a system of government.

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    Meanwhile, anti-gun groups are eager for another swing at the ruling with what has traditionally been the country's most liberal circuit court.
    "The Constitution, properly understood, should not entitle people to weapons of war, or prevent states from prohibiting military-style firearms or the large-capacity magazines they use," said Jonathan Lowy, Brady's chief counsel. "The Ninth Circuit was correct to review this incorrect decision, and hopefully begin to reinstate the authority of Californians to enact strong gun laws that protect them from gun violence."
    Oral arguments are expected in mid-March with a decision to follow likely several months later. Either way, the case will likely end up at the Supreme Court.

    Uh that's exactly what it means, in order to prevent those who wish to wage war against our freedom from having too much power over us which includes the govt.

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