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Old 11-06-2012, 7:02 AM
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Originally Posted by greg36f View Post
Not saying that devotion to the constitution is a bad thing, but blind, absolute devotion to anything IS a bad thing. It also eliminates the need to think or reason and THAT is also a bad thing.

You can't just throw the "It's the constitution flag" out and be done with it EVERY TIME.....

Thought and reason have to be a factor.
Okay. I will bite.

How does the Constitution not apply to this particular circumstance where an individuals lawfully owned private property is seized for public safety?

Please be sure to frame it in the context that the individual was not charged for any crime and was allowed to go after his legally configured rifle was taken from him.
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