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  1. Maryland continues to perplex me

    On the surface you would think Maryland would be more open to gun issues. Yet the gun laws are more or the same as DC. Yet the gun related crime and death rate in DC and MD are ranked among the highest almost every year. Which would make one think folks living there and making the laws would try easing the laws on conceal carry for it's citizens to self protect. This guy running for Mayor must be the supreme idiot of all time. Thinking a “bullet tax” is going to have some effect on the crime rate is the most ridiculous idea I’ve heard in a long time.

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    Lol a tool to fight crime? This guy is a tool! Damn I feel sorry for folks who live up in those states/cities were these dumb politicians live. What a moron!

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    As Mayor he would have constant police protection, while the local folks have to wait 15-20 minutes. Watch fof loser Obama and his loser crowd to try the same thing.

  5. That video says it all. Take the self-defense tools away form the law abiding, but give the dopers more leeway. Sounds like he should be in Chicago.

  6. #15
    An observation from another forum:

    MD has a pre-emption law.

    This doofus ought to check the law before running his mouth:

    Criminal Law - §4–209.
    Public Safety - § 5-133.
    Public Safety - § 5-134.

    Local governments are prohibited from regulating the purchase, sale, taxation, transfer, manufacture, repair, ownership, possession and transportation of handguns, rifles, shotguns and ammunition, with some exceptions.

    Localities may regulate the purchase, sale, transfer, ownership, possession and transportation of such firearms and ammunition with respect to minors; law enforcement officials of the local government; and activities in or within 100 yards of "a park, church, school, public building, and other place of public assembly."

    (note that taxation is not included in the approved "exceptions")

  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by GTH View Post
    On the surface you would think Maryland would be more open to gun issues. Yet the gun laws are more or the same as DC. Yet the gun related crime and death rate in DC and MD are ranked among the highest almost every year. Which would make one think folks living there and making the laws would try easing the laws on conceal carry for it's citizens to self protect. This guy running for Mayor must be the supreme idiot of all time. Thinking a “bullet tax” is going to have some effect on the crime rate is the most ridiculous idea I’ve heard in a long time.
    Having spent a little time in Maryland, the general thinking is that if all the states had laws like theirs, there wouldn't be a problem. It is VA, MT, ID, and other states like that which are the problem. Guess you got to blame someone else for your problems.

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