Will next week's SCOTUS hearing turn the 2nd Amendment into a 2nd Class Constitutional Right?
Whether or not states must honor that right becomes a very important issue. After all, what good is a "constitutional right" that any state can ignore and pass a law against?
If they rule against McDonald, it means that the Second Amendment is a 2nd-class Constitutional right. Such a ruling would mean the Second Amendment is a right in name only, because in reality any state could pass a law disarming every citizen. Am I wrong?