- May 15, 2000
LolAnd the current SC view is the law until stated otherwise.
Presser v Illinois was the first true statement of your point, and it was from 1886, a full century after the 2A was established. Regardless of that ruling, I'm not familiar with any states actually restricting lawful gun ownership, and in 2009 it re-affirmed (read, corrected) the 1886 decision. You may feel all you want that it was a wrong decision, but it was the decision and it is the current interpretation of the 2A. Again, if you wish this to be otherwise, either bring suit that will rise to the SC in such a way that they'll overturn it yet again, or get another amendment passed.
No, I'll wait till Democrats pack the court and make it so the federal government can take away your precious guns and I'll be laughing in your face while pointing out the hypocrisy of you accepting 150 years of precedent being thrown out by judges with an inconsistent ideology, only to complain when its undone under a similar manner.
All you've got is a recent ruling, you can't refute the language of the 2nd, you can't refute the rest of the constitution, and you can't refute previous case laws.
Enjoy your newly acquired right which you gun nutters will surely lose due to a self fulfilling prophecy.