Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
Good luck getting two members of Congress to agree on that one!

Of course, the Second Amendment is a prohibition on the federal government, not the states. The states retained and never yielded their authority to regulate anything and everything not prohibited by their own constitution.
Not true at all. If it's in the constitution the states must yield. It was given by joining the United states . Ratified and bound by the tenth? Yea, ;
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people..
Federal troops can be sent to get you in school to read all about the Constitution regardless of what your state says about it.. New York city is set to be schooled on the A2 issue by the supreme court of the U.S.this year. You can not Infringe. Well, at lest not after they rule.
Isn't that messed up. You are innocent until proven guilty but have your rights stomped on until upheld.