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SO...  The Supreme Court shoots down NY rule that set VERY high bar for concealed handgun licenses.  Do you think that the assassination attempt of the SCOTUS Justice recently affected that ruling?  AND, do you think that ALL the Conservative SCOTUS Justices are now PACKING?

I DO !!

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ConservativeWave » 23 Jun 2022, 10:19 am » wrote: SO...  The Supreme Court shoots down NY rule that set VERY high bar for concealed handgun licenses.  Do you think that the assassination attempt of the SCOTUS Justice recently affected that ruling?  AND, do you think that ALL the Conservative SCOTUS Justices are now PACKING?

I DO !!

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I have been waiting for that ruling.  The bar was one had to have just cause, a good reason, to carry outside the home.  We will see how that affects NY, as well as the rest of the country.  

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ConservativeWave » 23 Jun 2022, 10:19 am » wrote: SO...  The Supreme Court shoots down NY rule that set VERY high bar for concealed handgun licenses.  Do you think that the assassination attempt of the SCOTUS Justice recently affected that ruling?  AND, do you think that ALL the Conservative SCOTUS Justices are now PACKING?

I DO !!

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I'm guessing the only decision the progs around here care about is the abortion decision.  They missed a good one about school choice the other day..

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"The constitutional right to bear arms in public for self-defense is not a second-class right, subject to an entirely different body of rules than the other Bill of Rights guarantees.

"We know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need. That is not how the First Amendment works when it comes to unpopular speech or the free exercise of religion. It is not how the Sixth Amendment works when it comes to a defendant's right to confront the witnesses against him. And it is not how the Second Amendment works when it comes to public carry for self-defense."

—Justice Clarence Thomas

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Huey » 23 Jun 2022, 10:41 am » wrote: I have been waiting for that ruling.  The bar was one had to have just cause, a good reason, to carry outside the home.  We will see how that affects NY, as well as the rest of the country.
That's how Michigan used to be.

Just cause was
"I must carry thousands of dollars routinely in a clear plastic bag through a dark alley every midnight in Detroit."

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That low IQ ***, Eric Adams, said the ruling will turn NYC into the wild wild west. It will make the city unsafe. People won't be able to sleep at night.

Dimocrats are **** stupid creatures

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Poor B See and Colored Vegetable don't like this at all.
All law-abiding citizens should have the right to concealed carry. Open carry is looking for trouble.
**** you, democrats!

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It seems many progressive libs do not understand the ruling. NY will still have its requirements to which includes a silence, background check and registration. NYC has even stricter rules that are not affected.

What the ruling is about is in order to carry outside the home they had put in place a law in 1913 that you had to show "proper cause" and a "special need for self protection".

That is the part that was struck down. Adams, and the rest are grandstanding or don't understand the ruling.

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Huey » 24 Jun 2022, 7:39 am » wrote: It seems many progressive libs do not understand the ruling. NY will still have its requirements to which includes a silence, background check and registration. NYC has even stricter rules that are not affected.

What the ruling is about is in order to carry outside the home they had put in place a law in 1913 that you had to show "proper cause" and a "special need for self protection".

That is the part that was struck down. Adams, and the rest are grandstanding or don't understand the ruling.
I would vote grandstanding!!!

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ConservativeWave » 23 Jun 2022, 10:19 am » wrote: SO...  The Supreme Court shoots down NY rule that set VERY high bar for concealed handgun licenses.  Do you think that the assassination attempt of the SCOTUS Justice recently affected that ruling?  AND, do you think that ALL the Conservative SCOTUS Justices are now PACKING?

I DO !!

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if you think people are going to get ccw permits in NY right away,youre **** in the head.
They will drag feet and make it a ******* to get one.
Paperwork will be lost or misplaced. Takes time to run background checks. The required courses will be away from the city so travel will be needed. Those courses will cost a ton too. And how much will the permit cost?
 The Supreme Ciurt didn't set timeliness or price limits.
 


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Squatchman » 24 Jun 2022, 8:43 am » wrote:
ConservativeWave » 23 Jun 2022, 10:19 am » wrote: SO...  The Supreme Court shoots down NY rule that set VERY high bar for concealed handgun licenses.  Do you think that the assassination attempt of the SCOTUS Justice recently affected that ruling?  AND, do you think that ALL the Conservative SCOTUS Justices are now PACKING?

I DO !!

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/suprem ... n-licenses
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha 
if you think people are going to get ccw permits in NY right away,youre **** in the head.
They will drag feet and make it a ******* to get one.
Paperwork will be lost or misplaced. Takes time to run background checks. The required courses will be away from the city so travel will be needed. Those courses will cost a ton too. And how much will the permit cost?
 The Supreme Ciurt didn't set timeliness or price limits.
 

 
In NYC it already takes upwards of 9 months.  It is recommended you use an attorney.  They also do a real investigation meaning they talk to your neighbors and co workers.

The only thing that is changing is having to show "proper cause" and a "special need for self protection".

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Squatchman » 24 Jun 2022, 8:43 am » wrote: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha 
if you think people are going to get ccw permits in NY right away,youre **** in the head.
They will drag feet and make it a ******* to get one.
Paperwork will be lost or misplaced. Takes time to run background checks. The required courses will be away from the city so travel will be needed. Those courses will cost a ton too. And how much will the permit cost?
 The Supreme Ciurt didn't set timeliness or price limits.
How is punishing the rights of law abiding citizens to legally carry a gun making the **** hole that NYC is any safer?  Politicians and their elite masters are always surrounded by ARMED with guns security.  Why do you anti-gun idiots want to restrict the rights of law abiding citizens to protect themselves from violent criminals that infest our streets, ******?
 
 

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Squatchman » 24 Jun 2022, 8:43 am » wrote: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha 
if you think people are going to get ccw permits in NY right away,youre **** in the head.
They will drag feet and make it a ******* to get one.
Paperwork will be lost or misplaced. Takes time to run background checks. The required courses will be away from the city so travel will be needed. Those courses will cost a ton too. And how much will the permit cost?
 The Supreme Ciurt didn't set timeliness or price limits.
Pistol permits are just another racket used in **** hole NYC to keep the ruling class armed and the kulaks, er middle class, unarmed so they get robbed by the dim-0-craps' base criminals. Top and bottom against the workers.
 

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Squatchman » 24 Jun 2022, 8:43 am » wrote: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha 
if you think people are going to get ccw permits in NY right away,youre **** in the head.
They will drag feet and make it a ******* to get one.
Paperwork will be lost or misplaced. Takes time to run background checks. The required courses will be away from the city so travel will be needed. Those courses will cost a ton too. And how much will the permit cost?
 The Supreme Ciurt didn't set timeliness or price limits.
GREAT...then NYC is putting itself in the cross-hairs of MANY civil lawsuits... where it will be judged and possibly found too be IGNORING a SCOTUS ruling?  ...and very probably hit with MILLIONS in penalties... timeliness and price limits?  it will come !

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Squatchman » 24 Jun 2022, 8:43 am » wrote: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha 
if you think people are going to get ccw permits in NY right away,youre **** in the head.
They will drag feet and make it a ******* to get one.
Paperwork will be lost or misplaced. Takes time to run background checks. The required courses will be away from the city so travel will be needed. Those courses will cost a ton too. And how much will the permit cost?
 The Supreme Ciurt didn't set timeliness or price limits.
Funny how when the subject is a Constitutional matter you care about, you all of a sudden become a Conservative who cares about our basic rights.
This is the normal pattern that teenagers who are crossing over to the full demands adulthood follow...when reality hits them in the face.
 

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