If you are speaking Constitutionally, the 10th Amendment is a prohibition on the federal government. Since that power is not delegated to the United States, nor prohibited by it to the States, is is reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. I'm pretty sure Kennesaw's ordinance 34-21 hasn't been found to be unconstitutional.TippinTaco said:Isn't forcing people to purchase guns exactly like forcing them to purchase healthcare? I guess I'm not seeing the constitutional part in this... Feel free to enlighten
Interesting point. I'll concede that it is possible to maintain a firearm w/o a purchase :mrgreen: ... and as for your neighbor, sign me up for four weeks of vacation! :lol:FallschirmjÃ¤ger said:Disagreed 8) (* all in good fun)
Could inherit a firearm
Could construct a firearm
Could be gifted a firearm
Could be loaned a firearm
.. none of the above require spending a single penny.
Oh, and last summer I maintained my neighbor's lawn while he was away on 4wks vacation, da lucky barstid. I never laid claim to ownership of it though.