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Old February 10th, 2019, 09:58 PM #1
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House Democrats Plan Vote to Criminalize Private Gun Sales This Week

House Democrats Plan Vote to Criminalize Private Gun Sales This Week

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House Democrats plan to move legislation criminalizing private gun sales out of committee and get it to the floor for a vote this week.
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Old February 10th, 2019, 10:24 PM #2
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Too bad the Republicans can't get their stuff together when they were the majority to pass freedom-based legislation like the Dems can to take away freedoms. The Dems play for blood...the GOP still tries to play nicey-nicey so the Democrats and the lapdog media won't say bad things about them.
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Old February 10th, 2019, 10:28 PM #3
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This legislation won't have any impact on private sales in Maryland correct? Private sales were once legal in Colorado but that ended several years ago when the Democratically controlled state legislature decided it knows better than the citizens.

More laws making law abiding citizens criminals.
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Too bad the Republicans can't get their stuff together when they were the majority to pass freedom-based legislation like the Dems can to take away freedoms. The Dems play for blood...the GOP still tries to play nicey-nicey so the Democrats and the lapdog media won't say bad things about them.
Not like they have a choice now, OR did before the mid-terms. They (the GOP) didn't have enough seats in the senate to ever pass any sort of bill we would find favorable, period.
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I heard a snippet of the House hearing on C-SPAN tonight with some Democrat talking about getting rid of the ability to buy a gun over the Internet without a background check.

How do these people get by with all this lying, over and over?
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Not like they have a choice now, OR did before the mid-terms. They (the GOP) didn't have enough seats in the senate to ever pass any sort of bill we would find favorable, period.


Yes and they use that as their excuse every time so they end up doing nothing. At least the Democrats try doing something.
No effort was made by Republicans to get nationwide concealed carry done when they had control of Congress and the White House. (Yes Iím aware of not having 60 Senate votes)
They couldíve tried attaching it to a another bill or the budget, but they are p*ssies.
Iíd like to think that someday Republicans will learn but Iím not optimistic



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This legislation won't have any impact on private sales in Maryland correct? Private sales were once legal in Colorado but that ended several years ago when the Democratically controlled state legislature decided it knows better than the citizens.

More laws making law abiding citizens criminals.


This legislation wonít get passed now anyway


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I heard a snippet of the House hearing on C-SPAN tonight with some Democrat talking about getting rid of the ability to buy a gun over the Internet without a background check.

How do these people get by with all this lying, over and over?
I heard at a forum that a Non-residential Virginia carry permit lets you carry in 49 states, followed by 200+ omg's
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Yes and they use that as their excuse every time so they end up doing nothing. At least the Democrats try doing something.
No effort was made by Republicans to get nationwide concealed carry done when they had control of Congress and the White House. (Yes I’m aware of not having 60 Senate votes)
They could’ve tried attaching it to a another bill or the budget, but they are p*ssies.
I’d like to think that someday Republicans will learn but I’m not optimistic
Yeah, they're p*ssies but I don't think that's why they didn't try to push national reciprocity. I think it's because a lot of the (R) Pols are in the "rights for me but not for thee" camp. They talk a big game but they don't seem to follow through.
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Yeah, they're p*ssies but I don't think that's why they didn't try to push national reciprocity. I think it's because a lot of the (R) Pols are in the "rights for me but not for thee" camp. They talk a big game but they don't seem to follow through.
It's just how politics works; voters only get motivated when there appears to be a crisis (gun control, wealth inquality, terrorism, etc...). If they actually solved any of the perceived problems they'd have to manufacture new ones in order to keep getting elected. They are not that stupid. It's vastly easier to keep the same problems around indefinitely.
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