Texas A.G. States He’ll Constitutionally Block Any Federal Gun Bans

Posted: January 9, 2013 by ShortTimer in Government, Guns, Second Amendment, Texas

From 1200 WOAI:

Congress may be ramping up to consider gun restrictions in the wake of the Connecticut school shooting, but Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott says the proposals being discussed now are unconstitutional, and he says he will ask the courts to throw them out if they are approved, 1200 WOAI news reports.

“I’ve been to the Supreme Court twice,” Abbott said in an interview with 1200 WOAI’s Joe Pags..  “I can tell you that these laws that try to restrict our gun rights violate the Second Amendment guarantee of the right to keep and bear arms.  The U.S. Supreme Court has spoken on this issue twice.”

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-California) has already indicated that she will try to ban the ownership of so-called ‘assault weapons.’  U.S. Rep Carolyn McCarthy (D-New York) is proposing bill to ban high capacity magazines.  President Obama has indicated that he plans to fast track a gun restriction, even though the White House hasn’t said what proposal it will support.

Abbott says whatever is passed will be a waste of taxpayers time and money, because it won’t pass Constitutional challenges, and he says gun restrictions are ‘illogical,’ pointing to the twin cities of El Paso Texas and Juarez Mexico.

“Guns are banned in Juarez, guns are legal in El Paso,” he said.  “But El Paso is far safer than Juarez.”

Simple, isn’t it?  Gun bans are unconstitutional, fail at what their supposed purpose is, and ultimately waste time, money, effort, and cannot have any positive effect (aside from strengthening national government power… which is why the Second Amendment is there to begin with).

Comments
  1. Robert Wyatt says:

    Does anyone actually think this will not be held as constitutional by the current SCOTUS??
    I mean, let’s face it, we thought they would throw out Obama Care and they didn’t…..
    Arm up while you can America…..:>)

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