"...the Supreme Court did not explicitly hold that the Second Amendment right is a fundamental right, despite the fact that it stated that "[b]y the timeof the founding, the right to have arms had become fundamental for English subjects" and noted that Blackstone "cited the arms provision of the Bill of Rights as one of the fundamental rights of Englishmen." Id. at 2798. If the Supreme Court had wanted to declare the Second Amendment right a fundamental right, it would have done so explicitly. The court will not infer such a significant holding based only on the Heller majoritys oblique references to the gun ownership rights of eighteenth-century English subjects."
That is very funny. I assume that is comedy. What, it’s not? My mistake.
Amazing! He thinks 18th century “English” subjects had more natural rights than Americans. I guess we really screwed up breaking away from the Monarchy. /s