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@Alex Hamilton @BJohnson Now, THAT is baloney. There were numerous states that censored the news, controlled who had guns, and routinely did things that were not permitted to the feds under the Bill of Rights. There is no recorded evidence I've ever seen to indicate that anyone thought that it was an enforceability issue. You are making that up out of whole cloth.
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@Alex Hamilton No, Bingham brought an amendment that would have applied against the states first, and it was not passed from the Senate. So then he redrafted it to the present language, which passed. THEN, he went around saying that it was applicable, and a liberal court went along with the charade. Incorporation Doctrine is an invention of an activist court.