So, what is the outcome if this goes to the S. Ct.? Reliable votes for Second Amendment = individual right: (1) Thomas (of course) (2) Scalia (pretty sure) (3) Alito (Again, pretty sure) (4) Roberts (probably). That is 4, which is a minority, not a majority. Will the opinion be decided and crafted by Kennedy as the fith vote? In Parker, the DC Court of Appeals quotes Ruth Bader Ginsburg, from an opinion she wrote on another issue stating that in the Second Amendment "the people" means the same thing as the other amendments stating "the people." I do not think, however, that this interpretation by her is a sure bet when faced squarely with the question.