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Old July 19th, 2012, 02:17 PM #1
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Gun Grabber Sen. Frosh planning Attorney General run in 2014

This does not bode well for the future.

Super 'progressive' gun grabbing Frosh never saw a gun law he didn't like. If he is the AG, we can likely say goodbye to any 2nd amendment rights in MD.

http://www.marylandjuice.com/2012/07...-plotting.html
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This does not bode well for the future.

Super 'progressive' gun grabbing Frosh never saw a gun law he didn't like. If he is the AG, we can likely say goodbye to any 2nd amendment rights in MD.

http://www.marylandjuice.com/2012/07...-plotting.html
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This does not bode well for the future.

Super 'progressive' gun grabbing Frosh never saw a gun law he didn't like. If he is the AG, we can likely say goodbye to any 2nd amendment rights in MD.

http://www.marylandjuice.com/2012/07...-plotting.html
Last I checked, the Supreme Court is higher up on the pole than a lowly state AG.
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May not be the worst case scenario for us. Better than putting him in charge of Senate where bad laws are created. As AG he can only interpret and enforce the laws on the books. Sure he can make some bad interpretations, but the Courts can settle those quicker then overturning coded law.
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Can get worse though

Current AG what's-his-name made a rule that we can open carry long guns.

Frosh would quickly eliminate that assessment of the law.

Look at what he has said, even with the recent Federal Ruling:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...PLvR_blog.html

Reporter: "They say it's their right under the Constitution" Frosh:"They're wrong about that" Reporter: "THey say it would be a safer world." Frosh: "They are absolutely nuts."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oW192VupIc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMVa-zxN3eE
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No guarantee he'd win and the upside is that he'd cede his seat on the Senate committee and give up any chance of being Senate president.

Succeeding Mike Miller would be far more dangerous to us.
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I don't know if Frosh would do as well as he thinks running for statewide office. He may be just peachy with a majority of voters in Silver Spring, but spending the Vietnam draft in Sweden and opposing Jessica's Law are not the kind of things that will go over well in much of the state, even being as liberal as it is.

Norton is spot on about how dangerous he would be to us as Senate President though. Not only could he table any bill whatsoever in the assembly on a whim, he would also appoint the members of the different committees. He could easily replace the couple of pro-2A dems we have on Judicial Proceedings and proceed to move through anything he wanted. And if the way he acts in hearings is any indicator, he would be one to abuse the daylights out of any positional authority he had.
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Current AG what's-his-name made a rule that we can open carry long guns.

Frosh would quickly eliminate that assessment of the law.

Look at what he has said, even with the recent Federal Ruling:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...PLvR_blog.html

Reporter: "They say it's their right under the Constitution" Frosh:"They're wrong about that" Reporter: "THey say it would be a safer world." Frosh: "They are absolutely nuts."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oW192VupIc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMVa-zxN3eE
As AG he would have to speak "for the record". Meaning it cannot be his opinion, but must be based on the current laws.

As to Gansler, he followed up saying that while there is no specific law against open carrying a loaded rifle; one would most likely be arrested for disturbing the peace or other nuisance law. He is no friend to the 2nd A, but is unable to create laws to diminish it. Currently Mr. Frosh can do just that.
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No guarantee he'd win and the upside is that he'd cede his seat on the Senate committee and give up any chance of being Senate president.

Succeeding Mike Miller would be far more dangerous to us.
thats what i was thinking.
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I don't know if Frosh would do as well as he thinks running for statewide office. He may be just peachy with a majority of voters in Silver Spring, but spending the Vietnam draft in Sweden and opposing Jessica's Law are not the kind of things that will go over well in much of the state, even being as liberal as it is.

Norton is spot on about how dangerous he would be to us as Senate President though. Not only could he table any bill whatsoever in the assembly on a whim, he would also appoint the members of the different committees. He could easily replace the couple of pro-2A dems we have on Judicial Proceedings and proceed to move through anything he wanted. And if the way he acts in hearings is any indicator, he would be one to abuse the daylights out of any positional authority he had.
As a resident of Silver Spring/Wheaton I can say with confidence "HE AINT OURS!" It takes West of the Park white liberal guilt to be as stupid as he is...he represents Bethesda
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