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Old October 9, 2013, 09:25 PM   #17
JimDandy
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I don't have the money, or I'd take a flyer at it if I could hire a brain that could pull it off.

You're suggesting that the Hypothetical State of Grumpy Old Men could ban the possession of full face-obscuring masks after seeing a Jason/Halloween Marathon followed by the Dead Presidents from Point Break leading them to believe those types of masks lead to high crimes, and this wouldn't be unconstitutional when applied to a busload of Muslim women in their hijabs.

Likewise that would imply that it's permissible for a State actor to require the surrendering of one right, to exercise another. In this case, the right to travel interstate (contained in both the Interstate Commerce Clause, and the Privileges and Immunities), and the right to bear arms.
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