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Maryland: "Despair Fills Md. Gun Dealers"

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cuchulainn, Dec 31, 2002.

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  1. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Member

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    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A56389-2002Dec30.html

     
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  2. coati

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    Today's paper reminded me of this wonderful fact about our neighbor across the river. I know a number of handgun owners who live there and are pretty frosted about this but are hoping that Ehrlich's "fresh look" will bear fruit.

    "This will save lives," said Matt Fenton, president of Marylanders Against Handgun Abuse Inc."

    It'll save the lives of thugs.
     
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    This is an example of a completely useless law- this law will help no one, save no one, and it's only reason for being is to deny ordinary people access to firearms.

    This law now passed is, in all likelyhood, going to stay. But by all means, let's have more "reasonable" restrictions put into place.

    Keep voting for these communists and you will one day be digging out your own six foot hole in the woods before they put a bullet in the back of your head.:impaled:
     
  4. Leatherneck

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    Right on, 2dogs. If only the voters outside of Balmer and Monkey County would get out and vote, then common sense might prevail...
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  5. Standing Wolf

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    Obviously, the People's Republic of New Jersey is just trying to make it more difficult and more expensive for commoners to exercise their Second Amendment civil rights. The leftist extremists know they can't simply abolish the Second Amendment, so they're eviscerating it one slice at a time.

    Leftists are to American civil rights as the A.I.D.S. virus is to health.
     
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    Um, Wolfie? We're talkin' MARYLAND here, guy. Are you saying Joisey is spreading its filth southward?:eek:
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    "Hey, now that I can just lock my pistol's action and don't need a safe, I can leave it lying about. The kids certainly can't be harmed now. That's what the law says." Geesh :rolleyes:
     
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    More children are killed every year by drowning in 5 gallon plastic water-filled buckets. We should ban the sale of such dangerous devices until integrated lids are used. Think of the children!
     
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  9. gun-fucious

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    Casper Taylor the olde "pro gun" speaker of the house in MD
    payed quite dearly for his treachery in the passing of SB211

    Despite his "support letter" from the NRA,
    a small group of MD patriots arranged for his unexpected un-election

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    There will be other "Heads on Pikes" in Maryland
     

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    I really wish i had more money. I could only buy one handgun before this policy goes into effect. :(
     
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