27 November 2007

Ohio Perspective On DC v. Heller Case

Ken Blackwell, former mayor of Cincinnati, former Ohio secretary of state, and 2006 Ohio gubernatorial candidate, weighs in on the District of Columbia v. Heller case. Particularly interesting is his observation that the presidential race offers insight for America's citizens.

"Over the past few years, a heated national debate has raged over what the Constitution says about presidential power, war, the environment, education, health care, the reach of federal power, affirmative action, abortion, and immigration. The American people have the right to know how a presidential candidate would interpret the Constitution's most basic tenet — the rights of individuals over government."

Well said.

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