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Old January 13, 2012, 11:39 PM   #141
Double Naught Spy
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No, there is a right to travel freely from state to state at will and nowhere is it written in the constitution that one must leave fundamental civil rights behind.
If the issue concerns firearms as a fundamental right, whether you leave your state or not, your civil rights are being violated, at least in theory and likely in reality. In theory, the government that established said rights is in conflict with them.


Your definition of "destination" doesn't even fit common vernacular.

If you're from Washington state, headed out on a 10 day trip and someone asks "Where you going?", you don't say "Washington!" You tell them, "Couple days in Denver, then off too Houston...."
Right. When you leave your home to travel on business, vacation, etc., your destination isn't home. If it was, then you would not be leaving, LOL.
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