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Shumer and Feinstein

Discussion in 'Legal' started by HOME DEPOT GEORGE, Jul 20, 2009.

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  1. HOME DEPOT GEORGE

    HOME DEPOT GEORGE Member

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    Would discrimination/denial of civil rights be a valid argument for CCW using these two as an argument since they both have ccw's?
     
  2. General Geoff

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    a CCW permit grants a privilege, not a right.


    If carrying a concealed weapon was considered a right, you would need no such permit or license.
     
  3. cuervo

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    New York (Schumer) and California (Feinstein) are both May Issue states. As GG mentioned, this makes a CCW a privilege in these states, not a right.

    Now, if the 2nd is incorporated, who knows what future lawsuits may bring (but don't hold your breath).
     
  4. highorder

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    Feinstein very publicly renounced her CCW years ago.
     
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    do you agree with that?
     
  6. turbojohn41

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    not at all!
     
  7. TexasRifleman

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    Only because we've allowed it to be that way.

    But for the moment it's true unfortunately.
     
  8. CoRoMo

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    Whether you agree or not, it's true. Permits are designed for privileges, not rights.
    It's like a drivers license now, we have to take the class and then get our privilege card. It's wrong, but it's what has been accepted. Unfortunately.
    When we accept the permit requirement, to exercise what was enumerated in the 2A, we allow the right to be issued/granted to us like a privilege.
     
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