Eric Holder, in an amicus brief for the Heller gun rights case, had taken the position that the right to bear arms was a collective right. In his confirmation hearings, he said that as Attorney General, he would have to abide by the Supreme Court ruling that decided the opposite — that Americans do have an individual right to bear arms. Whatever the legal arguments, the Supreme Court “is the umpire — they call bals and strikes,” he said.
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