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Old June 24th, 2019, 11:19 PM #21
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Hi all.

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Originally Posted by V-tac View Post
Was really praying this Governor as going to be on our side. Prayers obviously didnít work out lol.
I see this sort of logic on here a lot. It doesnít show commitment to the cause, it shows ignorance of the political landscape in this state. If this governor was as pro 2a as many on this site want, he wouldnít be our governor. Itís that simple. Good politicians appeal to the masses and itís a miracle a Republican could do that in MD at all. I give him credit for wisely picking the battles he can win, and leaving alone those he canít. Fact is, he IS trying to help change (or at least protect) the 2a landscape. Keeping it as is would be a miracle in the current political climate. And heís tried with a few vetoes. But we all know hoe that goes. What do you really want him to do, that actually has a prayer of not being rejected by the legislature? Sometimes we have to be ok with protecting what we have and not losing more, than in moving forward. Itís going to take baby steps to make progress on 2a in this state.



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