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Texas Attorney General Abbott Files Brief with United States Supreme Court

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Texas Attorney General Abbott Files Brief with United States Supreme Court; Takes Action to Protect Texans' Second Amendment Rights
Texas Amicus Brief Joined by 32 State Attorneys General

AUSTIN - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court that defends Americans’ right to keep and bear arms. The amicus brief, which was filed on behalf of 33 state attorneys general, supports a legal challenge by Otis McDonald, a community activist who lives in a high-crime Chicago neighborhood. McDonald’s work to improve his neighborhood has subjected him to violent threats from drug dealers, but city ordinances prohibit him from obtaining a handgun to protect himself. The state attorneys general argue that cities cannot simply ignore the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and impose a blanket ban on handguns.

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F**king Chicago politics oh wait, isn't that where the great messiah came from
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way to go Texas.

Now if the Supreme court follows the constitution and not feeeeeelings we'll be set.
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F**king Chicago politics oh wait, isn't that where the great messiah came from
Oh ya thats where he is from all right. Hey I have an idea. Lets all go outside and beat our heads against rocks and see if we get smarter.
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Hmmmmmm.

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