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Old February 14th, 2020, 04:10 PM #11
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I welcome all of you to come to Florida, I recommend anywhere except Miami/Broward. We can always use more help in fighting the good fight down here. You will have a concealed carry permit in your wallet in less than 60 days if you are not a felon. Also AK's are legal and widely owned. Then you have other things like great weather (if you can tolerate Baltimore humidity then you can handle Florida), no state income tax. and hot women everywhere.

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Old February 15th, 2020, 12:49 AM #13
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I left Maryland for Pennsylvania. I have no regrets apart from the fact I have family in Maryland that I have to drive over an hour to see. I still try to help Maryland. I'm a member of MSI, a speaker for the Central Maryland chapter of The Well-Armed Woman, and I deliver meaningful and practical HQL and W&C classes as well as giving private lessons to Marylanders. Unfortunately, now Pennsylvania is getting its own share of stupid laws. Our governor just signed a bill into law that requires 80% lowers to be sold as regulated items by FFL's.
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I am not scared or worried , nothing will change in my daily activities . When the political system starts holding illegals , gang members and other bad actors like baby killers accountable then that will be the start of me falling in line and believing that they want to save lives and care about humans . Otherwise all they are doing is power-plays and blowing smoke . The delegates and senators are a horses ass as far as i am concerned .
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running out of states to move to Especially if states don't suspend voting rights for 5 yrs if you move in from california
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The Democrats have stumbled on a powerful approach to take our liberty - not in big steps, but little by little. They pass a law on 80% lowers, there’s a lot of chatter and maybe some placards in Annapolis. Next year they ban a “class” of weapon - there will be more chatter. The American Revolution started with a tax on tea, but only after a long series of other steps the colonists saw as taking away their freedoms. The Democrats are evil but not stupid. They’ll stick to small steps.
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The Democrats have stumbled on a powerful approach to take our liberty - not in big steps, but little by little. They pass a law on 80% lowers, there’s a lot of chatter and maybe some placards in Annapolis. Next year they ban a “class” of weapon - there will be more chatter. The American Revolution started with a tax on tea, but only after a long series of other steps the colonists saw as taking away their freedoms. The Democrats are evil but not stupid. They’ll stick to small steps.
It seems to me the days of "small steps" are over.

Have you read the stuff they're trying to shove down VA's throat? And picking on Virginia, in the first place, was pretty over-the-top.

Also note well that the ridiculous laws that MD is looking at are word-for-word copied from VA, which of course originated from Bloomberg.

The Big Push is on. This year will make or break the Republic, and the concept of personal freedom. The mantra is very much that "Your "Rights" do not beat MY FEELINGS!"
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The Democrats have stumbled on a powerful approach to take our liberty - not in big steps, but little by little. They pass a law on 80% lowers, there’s a lot of chatter and maybe some placards in Annapolis. Next year they ban a “class” of weapon - there will be more chatter. The American Revolution started with a tax on tea, but only after a long series of other steps the colonists saw as taking away their freedoms. The Democrats are evil but not stupid. They’ll stick to small steps.
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It seems to me the days of "small steps" are over.

Have you read the stuff they're trying to shove down VA's throat? And picking on Virginia, in the first place, was pretty over-the-top.

Also note well that the ridiculous laws that MD is looking at are word-for-word copied from VA, which of course originated from Bloomberg.

The Big Push is on. This year will make or break the Republic, and the concept of personal freedom. The mantra is very much that "Your "Rights" do not beat MY FEELINGS!"
It's a little(or a lot) of both. Every year they throw the whole sh!thouse against the wall. Every year, more of it sticks...
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It's a little(or a lot) of both. Every year they throw the whole sh!thouse against the wall. Every year, more of it sticks...
Yeah, but I'm hoping some time in late Spring, SCOTUS will arrive with a scraper in the form of the NSYRPA v. NY decision.
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