Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by Clyde, Dec 11, 2012.
Appeals court overturns Illinois concealed carry law in gun rights victory - Sun-Times Politics
I was wondering when a Monkey was going to post this.... The Court, gave the State 180 days to come up with a reasonable Statute, OR they will just lift the Injunction and Any and ALL Carry will be legal in Illinois..... Stick that in your Political Craw Rohm, Buddy......
Justice will prevail
I think justice is relative to whoever is in power. When they outnumber us, there is nothing to stop them, other than hot lead, from imposing their will on us. Obviously, this is wrong, because it opposes the Constitution, but, as soon as Obama seats the next 3 SC justices, the whole thing will be a farce.
The only thing I can say is you are absolutely correct!! Once SC justices start to retire as planned- Obummer can re-write most anything he wants including our constitution with his new picks sitting pretty in his pocket. The House of Congress will be a mute point at that time and the peoples vote will be nullified at will.
I disagree. I am sorry, but when are you gentlemen going to recognize the very real possibility that each president is nothing more than a corporate executive, not with the American People as the boss, but private groups who have agendas of their own?
I think we need to separate this false political paradigm from what's real for a minute. It doesn't matter if the President is white, black, Democrat, Republican, Socialist, Communist, Muslim, or Christian. Ask yourselves, has anything ever really changed?
They work for the secret government. They work for their secret corporation.
On topic: It's nice to see Illinois people attempting to take action. Here's to a brighter future.
Brokor - by 2043 the Caucasians will become the minority. Based upon the last election, we are totally fucked because even the caucasians voted for socialism. It doesn't matter who the president is. One way path to globalism.
Curling my way to oblivion, one beer at a time.
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