Monday, July 11, 2011

Judge Cooke Denies NRA's Motion to Intervene!



You know how tea partiers want the government to get out of their lives, except when they want the government to get in the middle of the relationship between a doctor and patient, and dictate via government fiat what doctors can and can't discuss with their patients when it comes to firearms?

Well the NRA has a point of view on this (guess!) and thus want to do a little intervening of themselves, this time in the lawsuit brought by doctors over the "Firearm Owner's Privacy Law" signed into law by Governor Scott and pending before Judge Cooke.

But Judge Cooke says file an amicus, thank you very much:
The NRA seeks to defend the constitutionality of the Firearms Owner’s Privacy Law.  Governor Scott, in his official capacity, has the same objective. The NRA has not presented any evidence to suggest that Governor Scott may not adequately represent its interests.
Come on, let's have an evidentiary hearing on that!

5 comments:

  1. Another double, Don.

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  2. Just like they read the bible selectively, they also read the constitution selectively. Skip over the parts about loving thy neighbor and freedom of the speech, and go right for the ass-hat divisive shit.

    Forgetting also that we have a second amendment for the reason of protecting the first. Get rid of the first, and there is noting left to protect with the second.

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  3. There's a shock. They have an opinion on gun control. I find that hard to believe. LOL.

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  4. The best comment I have heard anywhere on the "Firearms Privacy Law" so far bears repeating:

    "we have a second amendment for the reason of protecting the first. Get rid of the first, and there is noting left to protect with the second."

    Well said Godwhacker.

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  5. Of course, the writer is completely fair.

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