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Old October 19th, 2018, 07:13 PM #1
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PA the next MD?

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Old October 19th, 2018, 07:25 PM #2
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Probably. Its standard practice for Democrats- destroy a state, realize that it sucks to live there, move to another state, vote for Democrats, cycle repeats. And it's a shame too. I lived in PA for a while, I liked it.
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Old October 21st, 2018, 01:26 PM #3
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The woman is a ninny. My guess is there are no studies and its just her opinion. Better outlaw crowbars in vehicles as well. Back in the 70's a volunteer firefighter buddy of mine was traveling through The southeast US on 95. They came across a backup that was caused by some animal who forced a car off the road and beat another driver to death in front of his family.
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Old November 14th, 2018, 07:59 PM #4
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How does this effect ccw permit holders?
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Probably. Its standard practice for Democrats- destroy a state, realize that it sucks to live there, move to another state, vote for Democrats, cycle repeats. And it's a shame too. I lived in PA for a while, I liked it.


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Western PA is a whole other state (kinda like western MD) but the population in the east part of the state will eventually outvote the rest. If there's one thing you can rely on, it's that people living in dense urban areas see guns == crime and will vote against 2A.
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How does this effect ccw permit holders?
According to the guy in this video, even carry permit holders would be barred except the standard LEO/military exemptions and those with positions where they need to protect money/valuables/property.

So, very much like Maryland - property > lives

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According to the guy in this video, even carry permit holders would be barred except the standard LEO/military exemptions and those with positions where they need to protect money/valuables/property.

So, very much like Maryland - property > lives

I saw that vid last night yea this is sad I was getting ready to stop spending 2k on guns a month and get a down payment this year to move by november now this is scary I dont wanna move to another MD...Im trying to gtfo but keep money
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Lots of stupid gun bills get pushed, but with fairly significant pro-gun Republican majorities in both houses, they go nowhere. It's a big state, of course Philly, Pittsburgh and Erie are solid blue, but the rest of the state, and most state districts are solid red. Would take a long time to undo most of the political "safeguards" conservatives have built, and create state constitutional amendments to hand state level power to the Dems.
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Probably. Its standard practice for Democrats- destroy a state, realize that it sucks to live there, move to another state, vote for Democrats, cycle repeats. And it's a shame too. I lived in PA for a while, I liked it.
Yup, democrats are good at practicing scorched earth political tactics. Ruin a state, move and ruin another.

PA is just like every other state where the big cities carry the vote for governor and senators. Luckily the republicans slightly have the majority in both houses of the general assembly.

Moms Demand Action already got a man killed in MD. Now they're trying to get PA residents killed via gun control as well. I've lived here since 2013 and you couldn't pay me to move back to MD. If PA gets back I'm moving south.
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