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    Mythology of the "In Common" Use Firearm or Weapon Criteria...

    The U.S. Congress & the U.S. Supreme Courts Mythology of the "In Common" Use Firearm or Weapon Criteria To Imply Limits On The Second Amendment...

    The Firearm Culture of America is undeniable...

    To say ownership of a particular class/type of firearm or other weapons is only allowed if that weapon is in common use outside of the military at the time is simply ludicrous...

    We started the Revolutionary War at Lexington & Concord because the Brit's wanted to take our Cannon's away, limit the amount and type of firearms and powder we could have...
    Further, arbitrate how we could store said powder.

    At the Alamo we died resisting Santa Anna because he wanted to take our Cannons away...

    The Brit's and Santa Anna simply stated you are not military, you are farmers, regular people, you have no need for such uncommon military weapons...

    This is exactly why the founding fathers unambiguously stated "...The Right Of The People To Keep (Own) and Bear (Carry) Arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED" Contrary to our Congress & SCOTUS, and Gun Ban Obama & Company; you simply cannot read anymore into it...
    The Unabridged Second Amendment

    Weapons such as machine guns are not Considered a common weapon outside of the military for one reason...

    Since the 1934 National Firearms Act the Government has demonized Machine Guns and other military style weapons, and made them as cost prohibitive as possible to purchase by the average citizen...
    Beginning with the 1934 NFA they imposed a $200.00 Federal Tax over and above the cost of the firearm, which was astronomical in the 1930's in the days of The Great Depression...

    Congress at the time knew they had no authority to out right ban any type or class of firearm or weapon, although they did have a loose arbitrary ability to tax...
    Which they twisted into making firearms such as machine guns not "In Common use" a taxable luxury impacting "Interstate Commerce"...

    With the 1968 Gun Control Act, they made such firearms even less
    "In Common use" due to their further restrictions...

    Then in 1986 Congress got emboldened and flat out ignored the Constitution all together and slipped in under the radar a complete ban of machine guns by attrition under the disguise of the so-called Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986, supported by the NRA and signed into law by then President Ronald Reagan...

    That's right the President, Congress and the NRA, all had a hand in the Unconstitutional Ban by Attrition of a complete type/class of weapon.

    Therefore, the Government & the NRA are directly responsible for creating the weapons not "In Common use" criteria that they claim authorizes their ability to BAN so-called uncommon weapons...

    In America IF fully automatic firearms or other weapons such as Nunchaku's were not banned; in the case of the machine guns, their retail price would be at or near the same price as their semi-automatic siblings; and they would actually have the ability to become "In Common Use" weapons. (Would any current Black Semi-Auto Rifle owner not buy at least one Full-Auto, if affordable?)

    As the saying goes... The Second Amendment Ain't About Duck Hunting...

    Its about the preexisting, fundamental, unalienable right to defend your property, life, your friends, family & neighbors lives and property against all enemies foreign and domestic, using equal or greater force than may be brought against you; and most pivotal of all... Against The Tyranny Of Our Own Government...

    Blood Shooting Out Of Your Eyeballs Yet?

    Take Back The Republic...
    Fire Congress next year in 2010...
    Fire the Usurper in 2012, if he & company are not tried for treason, and or impeached first.

    Make it clear to those we would send to D.C. Or other wise represent us; We Will Support No Political Candidate whom does not have a Unabridged View of the Second Amendment and the Constitution. Further, that will not publicly swear to repeal existing unconstitutional laws, and not create them.

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    The U.S. Congress & the U.S. Supreme Courts Mythology of the "In Common" Use Firearm or Weapon Criteria To Imply Limits On The Second Amendment...

    The Firearm Culture of America is undeniable...

    To say ownership of a particular class/type of firearm or other weapons is only allowed if that weapon is in common use outside of the military at the time is simply ludicrous...

    We started the Revolutionary War at Lexington & Concord because the Brit's wanted to take our Cannon's away, limit the amount and type of firearms and powder we could have...
    Further, arbitrate how we could store said powder.

    At the Alamo we died resisting Santa Anna because he wanted to take our Cannons away...

    The Brit's and Santa Anna simply stated you are not military, you are farmers, regular people, you have no need for such uncommon military weapons...

    This is exactly why the founding fathers unambiguously stated "...The Right Of The People To Keep (Own) and Bear (Carry) Arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED" Contrary to our Congress & SCOTUS, and Gun Ban Obama & Company; you simply cannot read anymore into it...
    The Unabridged Second Amendment

    Weapons such as machine guns are not Considered a common weapon outside of the military for one reason...

    Since the 1934 National Firearms Act the Government has demonized Machine Guns and other military style weapons, and made them as cost prohibitive as possible to purchase by the average citizen...
    Beginning with the 1934 NFA they imposed a $200.00 Federal Tax over and above the cost of the firearm, which was astronomical in the 1930's in the days of The Great Depression...

    Congress at the time knew they had no authority to out right ban any type or class of firearm or weapon, although they did have a loose arbitrary ability to tax...
    Which they twisted into making firearms such as machine guns not "In Common use" a taxable luxury impacting "Interstate Commerce"...

    With the 1968 Gun Control Act, they made such firearms even less
    "In Common use" due to their further restrictions...

    Then in 1986 Congress got emboldened and flat out ignored the Constitution all together and slipped in under the radar a complete ban of machine guns by attrition under the disguise of the so-called Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986, supported by the NRA and signed into law by then President Ronald Reagan...

    That's right the President, Congress and the NRA, all had a hand in the Unconstitutional Ban by Attrition of a complete type/class of weapon.

    Therefore, the Government & the NRA are directly responsible for creating the weapons not "In Common use" criteria that they claim authorizes their ability to BAN so-called uncommon weapons...

    In America IF fully automatic firearms or other weapons such as Nunchaku's were not banned; in the case of the machine guns, their retail price would be at or near the same price as their semi-automatic siblings; and they would actually have the ability to become "In Common Use" weapons. (Would any current Black Semi-Auto Rifle owner not buy at least one Full-Auto, if affordable?)

    As the saying goes... The Second Amendment Ain't About Duck Hunting...

    Its about the preexisting, fundamental, unalienable right to defend your property, life, your friends, family & neighbors lives and property against all enemies foreign and domestic, using equal or greater force than may be brought against you; and most pivotal of all... Against The Tyranny Of Our Own Government...

    Blood Shooting Out Of Your Eyeballs Yet?

    Take Back The Republic...
    Fire Congress next year in 2010...
    Fire the Usurper in 2012, if he & company are not tried for treason, and or impeached first.

    Make it clear to those we would send to D.C. Or other wise represent us; We Will Support No Political Candidate whom does not have a Unabridged View of the Second Amendment and the Constitution. Further, that will not publicly swear to repeal existing unconstitutional laws, and not create them.
    SCOTUS ... "in common use at the time" finds support in the historical tradition of prohibiting the carrying of dangerous and unusual weapons...

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    MY EYE...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Another great post that I totally agree with.

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    +1 Excellent post, can't wait till November!

  6. Ever think of running for president?

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