Aborting Guns?

by John Lambert

Recently, the National Right-to-Care Reciprocity Act of 2011 passed overwhelming in the House of Representatives.  One thing that stood out, there were some on the left that cited the 10th Amendment as justification for it being Unconstitutional.

As much as I’m an avid gun-rights advocate, I have to admit that this criticism is valid.

Currently, forty states have some form of concealed permit reciprocity, so is the power for the Federal Government really necessary for the final ten states?

The question becomes, does the expansion of liberty by this law outweigh the growth of power in the Federal Government?  The problem is…  yes, they can pass this bill which on some level I like, but what is stopping the Federal Government using this tactic on something I don’t like?

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2 Comments »

  1. Matthew Leapman Carsuteldo Said:

    Well, I got a so and so, and I like to shoot at such and such ” Cops really CAN be cool with and respect the 2nd Amendment.

  2. Kimberly Miller Olaferdaso Said:

    I also happen to believe that we should be able to keep our guns, our money and our personal liberty.


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