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Originally posted by AnIntellectualRedneck
I have never cared for Piers Morgan myself. He's got a loud mouth and has always struck me as extremely arrogant. Guess he just proved it.
So arrogant he just insulted the founding document of his host country.
Schumer has offered an amendment that would limit the type of high-capacity gun magazines consumers could purchase.
The amendment bans drums, gun magazines and feed strips that can fire off more than 10 rounds of ammunition. The only exclusion is .22 caliber rimfire ammunition, which is a much smaller bullet.
Originally posted by illuminnaughty
That twat the shrub called it a god dammed scrap of paper. So whats wrong with this plonker calling it a little book? Dont send him back here to the UK, as we have more than enough of his kind here already. We dont have guns here which is a good thing, because with all these paedophiles in the govt, we would be shooting the lot of em. Dont give your guns up yanks or you will end up regretting it.
Originally posted by intrepid
Man I can just feel the love in this thread. Nothing about the message, all about the messenger. Did that feel good? I didn't listen to the video, I have little time for this stuff but I can see where this attitude may come from. The Constitution is 250 years old. British Common Law, which is also what the Constitution is based on, is 900 years old.
English law is the legal system of England and Wales, and is the basis of common law legal systems used in the Republic of Ireland and in most Commonwealth countries and the United States except Louisiana (as opposed to civil law or pluralist systems in use in other countries). It was exported to Commonwealth countries while the British Empire was established and maintained, and it forms the basis of the jurisprudence of most of those countries. English law prior to the American Revolution is still part of the law of the United States through reception statutes, except in Louisiana, and provides the basis for many American legal traditions and policies, though it has no superseding jurisdiction.