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Old July 29, 2012, 01:08 PM   #6
Brian Pfleuger
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I don't see anything particularly troubling in there.

Guns may be regulated. That is a fact and should be obvious.

There is not and should not be completely unrestricted access to all manner of "guns".

I do believe that law-abiding citizens should have access to a vast array of powerful and completely unneccesary weapons.

However, those weapons are and should be "regulated".

Scalia simply says that guns are and should be regulated. He's right.
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