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(Chicago Trib)   "As Chris Rock would say, if it costs a million dollars to society for every gunshot wound, we ought to charge a tax of a million dollars per bullet." Cook County - where policies based on misquoting Chris Rock's "Bigger & Blacker" gain traction   ( divider line
    More: Fail, Cook County, Chris Rock, Preckwinkle, gunshot wound, straw buyer, public health care, Todd Stroger, operating budgets  
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2012-10-19 04:06:16 AM  

Mike Chewbacca: OgreMagi: Mike Chewbacca: Does the second amendment protect our right to keep and bear bullets?

Would it make sense for the Constitution to guarantee the free press, but allow the government to outlaw the private ownership of ink?

It makes as much sense as Free Speech Zones, and yet we still have those.

Yep. For some reason our elected officials, who swore an oath to defend the Constitution, don't seem to understand the simplest concepts about the Constitution.

/the Free Speech Zone is also called the United States of America, biatches
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