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Old January 20, 2013, 09:28 PM   #8
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Bottom line is whether or not there are 5 possible votes, or 5 definite *no* votes in the supreme court. Remember in Heller there were 4 "not an individual right" votes and if there had been 5 we wouldn't be having this conversation.

1 more antigun vote and the next thing the SC takes up will just weasel-word into supporting whatever ban is put in front of them, irrespective of Heller, Miller, or that curious old piece of paper.
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