Reply Mon 30 Jun, 2008 06:10 pm
I must agree with the dissent
in the HELLER case, to the extent
that Justice Breyer laments that:

"Far more important are the unfortunate consequences that today's decision
is likely to spawn. Not least of these, as I have said,
is the fact that the decision threatens to throw into doubt
the constitutionality of gun laws throughout the United States."

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