Sunday, October 12, 2014

Attorney seeks to overturn federal machine gun ban on constitutional grounds

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A Mississippi attorney established a crowdfunding page Thursday to overturn the federal machine gun ban. Since being established, the project appears well on its way to reaching its $50,000 goal.
Support for the challenge appears enthusiastic just days into the crowdfunding appeal.
Stephen Stamboulieh via
“Now, my sights are set on ... the machine gun ban,” Stephen Stamboulieh announced on the webpage he established to finance the legal challenge. “I don't believe this is constitutional in light of the Second Amendment to the Constitution. Likewise, the National Firearms Act (‘NFA’), which taxes the making and transferring of Title II weapons (machine guns, suppressors, short barrel rifles, short barrel shotguns, etc) is ripe to be attacked on Second Amendment grounds.

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  1. Would be nice, but I don't see it happening. Because. The Children.
    'The taxes we generate for The Children'
    'No one NEEDS a silencer sow e tax them for The Children'
    'Only the police and military should own automatic weapons; they're trustworthy'
    'Short barreled shotguns/rifles, unregulated, will result in blood in the streets!!1'
    And so on... /rollseyes