San Fran Proposition H to Ban Firearms

Posted by on November 9, 2005

San Francisco Proposition H:

Shall the City ban the manufacture, distribution, sale and transfer of firearms and ammunition within San Francisco, and ban City residents from possessing handguns within San Francisco?

Amendment II, United States Constitution:

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

There is a STUNNING difference in these two items. One has been the guiding light of our Republic for 220 years while the other…well…hasn’t. This temporary ordinance will hit the 9th Circus and be roundly applauded before being smacked back to Alcatraz by SCOTUS. Until that happens I’m considering a pool. The winner will be the individual who picks the number closest to the number of firearm related crimes in the city of San Francisco above the rate from last year through the month of April. I’m thinking at least a 20% increase myself.

Last modified on November 9, 2005

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4 Responses to “San Fran Proposition H to Ban Firearms”

  1. SingleMind Says:

    This is brazen as hell. Basically, they got together and said, “F*** the Constitution.”

    I think I’m going to buy 500 rounds of .308 ammo this weekend.

  2. SingleMind Says:

    Prediction: Violent crime in Sodom on the Bay will increase 65% in within 3 years.

    Murders will double next year.

  3. SingleMind Says:

    Ya know what’s funny about that proposition? It says nothing about non-SF residents possessing firearms and ammunition. Only residents.

    So basically, I can go there with my heater in my car. After all, I’m a non-resident.

    If I’m a resident, I can say the heck with it, and move out of city. Then I would be perfectly ok to carry (but not concealed, as CA is not a “shall issue” state).

    Hopefully, SCOTUS will knock that one out. If they don’t, it could be a prelude to Civil War II.

  4. Joel Esler Says:

    What ever happened to the whole “right to bear” arms? ??!!

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