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December 20, 2006

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Discussion Topic: Is One Gun A Month Enough?

From The Jersey Journal:
Jersey City's one-gun-a-month ordinance has been shot down.
Hudson County Superior Court Judge Maurice Gallipoli, calling the law "arbitrary and capricious," ruled last week the five-month-old city ordinance violated New Jersey's equal treatment principle, since gun dealers and buyers in Jersey City would be treated differently than elsewhere in the state.
What do you think? Is one gun a month a reasonable quota within an urban area? Or should there be no quota anywhere?

Comments

.308 MAN

HERE WE GO AGIAN WITH POLITICIANS PLAYING GOD. WHO CARES HOW MANY GUNS ANY SUCH PERSON BUYS OR HAS. WHY NOT TRY TO PUT A ORDINANCE ON HOW MANY COMICS YOU HAVE, OR HOW MANY TOYS A KID HAS. BOTTOM LINE--GUNS DO NOT KILL PEOPLE, PEOPLE KILL PEOPLE. 1 GUN OR 100 GUNS MAKES NO DIFFERENCE!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dave

This is nuts. Politicians and liberals need to leave this alone. 308 man said it right, guns don't go out on their own and kill. Some one has to shoot them. Also, you can't shoot 30 guns at once. What difference does the number of guns matter. A killer only needs one. The person is the criminal, not the gun or the gun manufacturer.

Tyler

What Part of "The right to bear arms shall NOT be infringed," isn't clear to these people? Wait a second, look at who we are dealing with. Why don't we find a place in the world and ship all these "peace-loving, guns-are-bad schmucks there and see how long they last? Now that would be funny!




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