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I found another Pro Shall-Issue MD State Delegate! Say Hi and thank her!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ZombieHunter, Dec 11, 2008.

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  1. ZombieHunter

    ZombieHunter Member

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    I sent my delegates an email stating:

    For Capital Punishment
    For Shall-Issue

    and got back:

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me. I believe the death penalty is warranted for the very serious, heinous crimes on individuals such as children and emergency personnel.

    Also, I will vote for the Shall Issue bill should it get to the House Floor.

    Best regards,

    Pamela G. Beidle
    Delegate, District 32
    (410)841-3370
    Environmental Matters Committee
    Subcommittees:
    Environment
    Housing and Real Property
    Local Government and Bi-County

    "vote for..." from a politician strikes me as she'll vote for it as opposed to against it. Send her a letter thank her for her support!

    Please email her, Pamela.Beidle@house.state.md.us , and thank her. Show her we're not crazy gun nuts waiting for the world to end. Show her that she's not in some kind of minority and the shall-issue laws are the morally responsible thing to do.
     
  2. Kind of Blued

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    Fabulous. You sure could use a lady like that out there.
     
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  4. zombienerd

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    I'd have to see more information :p

    There are plenty of times you need to stop the Military from building things.

    I spent 9 years in the Navy, and saw unsafe firing areas several times during my career.

    If the "range" was at least 200-300 yards away from houses, I can't see the complaint, but I wouldn't put it past Uncle Sam to try to build a skeet range in a low-density residential area :) I wouldn't want an outdoor military range within a mile of my house, honestly... I've seen some of these guys shoot :neener: Had one guy hit the deck of our ship with a 9mm because he flinched down so hard on the second shot.

    Like I said, I'd need more information to see if I agree with her on that, stopping a range from being built does not automatically make you an Anti.
     
  5. JImbothefiveth

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    I can't agree with you on capital punishment, but hooray for shall-issue!

    That still takes away at least some credibility, blocking not just a shooting range, but a military shooting range.


    Has she voted on anything else gun related?
     
  6. yokel

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    Alas, shall-issue legislation hasn't a dog's chance of getting anywhere so long as MD remains a de facto single-party communist state.
     
  7. kingpin008

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    As ZombieNerd said, I'd personally have to know more about the skeet range before I passed judgement - obviously I'd love to see more shooting ranges built (even if they are for military use only) if there was a legitimate concern about the safety of individuals down-range from that proposed shooting area then I don't think anyone can blame the Delegate for opposing it.
     
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