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Parker/Heller: today’s the day . . . maybe

So, today the Supreme Court should announce if it will hear the Parker/Heller case. I think they’ll take it but wouldn’t be surprised if they didn’t. After all, they’re kinda skittish when it comes to anything controversial. If they don’t take the case, we win. If they do, we still could win.

Other thoughts:

Bitter is just waiting.

Kevin says it’s for all the marbles and has a lot of good info. I think it’s going to be for only most of the marbles.

Counter notes that the SCOTUS has affirmed the right to arms before in Dredd Scott:

It would give to persons of the negro race, who were recognised as citizens in any one State of the Union, the right to . . . to keep and carry arms wherever they went.

Joe notes it could be a big day:

I agree with those that say, in essence, the U.S. Supreme Court cannot be counted to rule in any rational fashion. They will rule however they want to rule without regard to original intent. Oh, they will find something someplace to hang their decision on but if they will have no qualms about putting on the blinders and steadfastly ignore data that disagree with how they want to rule.

He has a lot more.

One Response to “Parker/Heller: today’s the day . . . maybe”

  1. JoeMerchant24 Says:

    Nope, not today. (so sayeth ScotusBlog.com)

    Maybe on Nov. 26….