Don't joke about hand grenades and such. Not that long ago Scalia, bless his wizened little soul, was saying that it wasn't clear to him what limitations would make sense under the recent court decision. Specifically, he said, if the intent (so much garbage flows into that particular sewer) was to preserve the right to carry weapons, then he didn't see why citizens shouldn't be able to carry things like RPG launchers--they are, literally, born by the person, so why not?
_________________________ MACTECHubi dolor ibi digitus
I hear ya, but it IS insane to think anyone can carry unlimited weapons...
I don't think the writers of the Constitution would go along with that, Remember there wasn't a free standing army to protect people then - they had to fight indians, wild animals and such with single muzzle loading shots... they NEVER envisioned 30-50 rounds a minute assault weapons!!
I like the slogan - "they were made for the battlefield - keep them there !!"
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