|His argument is, 'If a mob (consensus) screams loudly enough, long enough, they can shout down and overcome those who shout for the Rule of Law.|
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Posted by: LateForLunch ® |
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Laws are not just advice. No consensus gets to overrule the law (in this case, Heller) no matter how supposedly "current and sensitive to changes in society" it may be.
In the sense of enforcement of extant law, consensus has ZERO value. If the so-called "consensus" chooses to change the law, they can. But not by fiat - not even if they are a powerful MOB with what they believe at the best morality and intentions.
Modified by LateForLunch at Thu, Nov 21, 2019, 11:29:04
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