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‘Reasonableness’ of Gun Law

A restriction on a right cannot be ‘reasonable’ if it isn’t effective and it can’t be effective if it doesn’t address the problem it seeks to address. No more review of ‘reasonableness’ is required if a restriction fails to pass that test.

Senator Feinsteins assault weapons ban  represents an unconstitutional restriction, at least as proposed. It does not restrict weapons that are any more dangerous than those exempted or ignored by the proposal, registration of those same weapons already in private hands serves no purpose whatsoever, and the question of magazine capacity is no more relevant to discussion on gun control than the capacity of pants pockets is.

Don’t tell her that last part though, I have a number of pairs of pants with large pockets that I really like.
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