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Mon, Jan. 28th, 2013, 09:08 am
Freedom of speech in New Jersey

Originally published at VolkStudio Blog. You can comment here or there.

JPFO makes this target available for free download. New Jersey makes shooting at it illegal. Looks like a ready-made First Amendment legal challenge to me. Especially with the text removed, it becomes a very pure example of recognized evil — and New Jersey’s law prohibiting shooting at human or humanoid targets sides becomes a very obvious violation of political speech.

We fired off a few boxes of ammo, taught the kids a few tricks and put a bunch of holes in some of the ‘zombie’ targets that Frith and I had picked up at the Gun show a few weeks back. Their legality in NJ might be something of a grey area – you aren’t allowed to shoot targets that look like people in the state.

I suppose the politicians who passed that law view zombies as their pet voters. Given the number of the dead voting in Chicago, I wouldn’t be surprised if the same situation obtains in New Jersey. Zombie voters would be ideal electorate, as they are predictable and undemanding — they only want brains and most New Jersey politicians don’t possess that, as evidenced by the content of the laws they write.

Correction, New Jersey politicians are smart, just not in constructive says. They are highly evolved predators who managed to turn a formerly nice state into a legally-restrictive, highly-taxed hellhole. They are very clever scavengers feeding off the remains of a state that they themselves helped destroy.

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