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Old July 13th, 2018, 10:43 PM #11
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Yeah, but he's had the previous few years, and once promised to do this. He's just a 2A coward. With the example of DC having to loosen their concealed carry permit process, it may constrain changes in the language that MD can effect, so we might see a legislative "fix" as we've seen with the HPRB (giving the legislature expanded powers to give consent on the appointment of the individual in the MDSP that dictates the G&S standard).

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No fix needed. Perfectly within the realm of the discretion of the Secretary of MSP. All Hogan has to do is pick up the phone but the fact remains that he is solely focused on becoming the first R Gov who wins re-election in deep blue MD.

He can feign plausible deniability with the HPRB. "What? Those guys are doing what? Who knew?"
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correctamundo. If he tried to do this unilaterally, Frosh would sue him and end the plan.


Frosh could file suit but the statute is pretty clear.
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Old July 13th, 2018, 10:51 PM #13
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Frosh could file suit but the statute is pretty clear.
If the statute is clear it would be the very first and only one in MD. in any case anti-gun judges would let Frosh define it how he likes.

I was never a fan of the "pen and phone" approach of Obama. I dont change my opinion just because the different party sits in the gov seat.

There will be a time to move hard on this, once Kavanaugh is sworn in and we've broken the Dem supermajorities giving Hogan more leverage. If that happens. For now, Id say dont scare the natives.
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If the statute is clear it would be the very first and only one in MD. in any case anti-gun judges would let Frosh define it how he likes.

I was never a fan of the "pen and phone" approach of Obama. I dont change my opinion just because the different party sits in the gov seat.

There will be a time to move hard on this, once Kavanaugh is sworn in and we've broken the Dem supermajorities giving Hogan more leverage. If that happens. For now, Id say dont scare the natives.


Have you read it? CRYSTAL clear. Not saying that Frosh wouldn't file suit but I also would not be surprised to see his miniscule pee pee spanked if he did. Ever wonder why there has not been one appeal of the HPRB decisions?
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So essentially there really is no hope. A republican governor can't help us. The legislature will take a century to even be a 50/50 split, if that. And the courts won't take 2A cases until we get one of the remaining liberals out, which is damn near impossible even if Trump gets a 2nd term.

Congress will more than likely shift to Democrats even if you base it solely on historic trends. They'll stifle any of Trump's nominees to 2024 and that's the best case if he wins.
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Did anybody honestly think he was going to help the 2A community? From a 2A perspective, he's nothing but another Bob Ehrlich, no surprise.
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PROOF that Hogan won't help us

We have 2 choices, Hogan or Jealous...

The question which one will do MORE HARM to your gun rights...

Think, FOCUS & choose wisely...
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Awesome video OP. You had him steppin’ and fetchin’ like his head was on fire and his ass was catchin’ Great job indeed!
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Frosh would sue for sure , he was given extra super powers . But good for you OP for asking the question and as Stoveman pointed out it is all political speak and Hogan was not comfortable with such a question . That is why I like the video , also as others have pointed out Hogan is still better then Jell-O
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On what grounds would Frosh be able to sue? What statute would he have to base the case on? Where is the merit of the case if he brought it against the state?

Please explain!
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