posted on Dec, 20 2010 @ 02:10 PM
reply to post by Sinnthia
Are you serious? All the questions you have asked, in every form you can ask them, has been answered in your thread more then once. It's not just my
opinion and others opinions, we told you the answer, it's just not the one you're wanting to hear. Re-read your thread and there you will find your
answer. It's not in the Constitution it's in Federal regulation and involves all 3 branches of our gov. If you do your homework you will easily find
the answer as to why you can't have a nuclear warhead in your backyard but you can own a handgun. The Constitution is the basic framework of how are
gov works, from there we have Legislative, Executive and Judicial branches. Thru those you have Federal and State laws and regulations. Maybe this
link will help you better understand how the Constitution, regulations, statutes, etc. work. If that doesn't answer your question, google, I'm sure
there's a million pages on the subject.
ADD: The Constitution tells you that you can go to the grocery store, it does not tell you what kind of food you can buy, it lays out the structure of
WHO can tell you what you can buy and cannot. Does that make sense?
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