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Old October 26th, 2017, 09:35 PM #21
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There's something the anti's ought to consider ... disbanding the HPRB could cause Hogan to find a MSP Secretary that has a definition of G&S that differs from the status quo.
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There's something the anti's ought to consider ... disbanding the HPRB could cause Hogan to find a MSP Secretary that has a definition of G&S that differs from the status quo.
If he has national aspirations as a Republican, it's a no brainer move. Not much political capital for a Republican that doesn't proactively back 2A . The Dems getting rid of HPRB is a very short sighted move. I guess they'll vote to bring it back if they get the Governor seat.
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Madaleno came in late with a Bill last session to move hearings to Administrative Judges. I was at Potomac Days and it was littered with MoCo politicos and some state. Trone campaign manager walked up and gave me twizzler, I just mentioned I could never vote for him. He actually stuck around for a good 2-3 minutes trying to convince me Trone was pro 2A .. "He owns five shotguns". Guess that will be his 2A message.

The Dems want to dispense with the HPRB really signals they don't have much hope at defeating Hogan. If they thought they were going to win, what would be better than the new Democrat Governor appoint MDPGV crew on that board, the new MSP rubber stamp. Hogan better fix this if reelected, then no review necessary. Hogan is directing Frosh to fight the ruling removing Peace Cross, and we know the Dems are not for that. Makes me wonder where was Hogan's direction with Kolbe case and all the suing Trump nonsense.
If they pass the bill and if they do it at the end of the session, then Hogan could veto it without any chance of the legislature over riding his veto in the next legislative session.
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If he has national aspirations as a Republican, it's a no brainer move. Not much political capital for a Republican that doesn't proactively back 2A . The Dems getting rid of HPRB is a very short sighted move. I guess they'll vote to bring it back if they get the Governor seat.

Agreed. If Hogan wants to be POTUS then he is going to need some 2A bona fides. The rest of the country is lurching hard right on this issue and simply stacking the HPRB ain't gonna cut it.
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There's something the anti's ought to consider ... disbanding the HPRB could cause Hogan to find a MSP Secretary that has a definition of G&S that differs from the status quo.
Not a chance, Hogan is not pro 2A, plain and simple. He is at best indifferent.
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Not a chance, Hogan is not pro 2A, plain and simple. He is at best indifferent.
I think very few politicians are truly pro or even anti- 2A for that matter. They just take whatever stance they think will help them with their constituency or future aspirations. Hogan was friends with Christie and has to know what Christie's wishy-washiness on the 2A did to his further ambitions.
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I think very few politicians are truly pro or even anti- 2A for that matter. They just take whatever stance they think will help them with their constituency or future aspirations. Hogan was friends with Christie and has to know what Christie's wishy-washiness on the 2A did to his further ambitions.
Yep, politicians care only about votes.

2A is bubbling up in the stew of the 2018 elections, which is why Schumer is not interested in pushing any anti-2A legislation. Keep his party off the record on a topic that resonates more and more with the mainstream.

Dems had forgotten, or ignored, the fallout from the Clinton-era assault weapon ban. Existing as the do in an inclusive circle-jerk, they began to believe that their policies were representative of the mainstream.
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Anyone know the date the current seated panel is replaced? If any are eligible to serve again? I did hear Wilson say he was gone at the end of his current term.
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