Thursday, April 4, 2013

Now Maryland.

Maryland House passes strict gun-control measure crafted after Newtown massacre.
The Maryland House of Delegates passed what would be among the nation’s most restrictive gun-control measures Wednesday, voting to ratchet up the state’s already tough rules by requiring fingerprinting of gun buyers, new limits on firearm purchases by the mentally ill, and bans on assault weapons and on magazines that hold more than 10 bullets.
The 78 to 61 vote handed Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) a major policy victory as Maryland joins the ranks of Democratic-leaning states passing broad gun-control restrictions in response to the December school shootings in Connecticut — a state where lawmakers Wednesday also passed tough new gun legislation.


Anonymous said...

The legislators seem to be in a race to the bottom, using superlatives to describe what they are doing. How pathetic.

Anonymous said...

One by one these quisling state legislators line up behind the communists they so lovingly support and present their names to the annals of history as treasonous scum who, in reality, deserve a rope and a scaffold for their treason.

Yank lll

Anonymous said...

Maryland. Priceless. Check this out story out. I'm DOUBLE posting this, as I didn't see this entry earlier, but it's relevant to Maryland. MSM TOTALLY blocked this story.

quote:"Sharpsburg, Maryland, population 706, is a quiet little town bordering the Antietam National Battlefield in rural Washington County. On Thursday, November 29, 2012 at about 12:30 pm, the quiet was shattered by an invasion of over 150 Maryland State Police (MSP), FBI, State Fire Marshal’s bomb squad, and County SWAT teams, complete with two police helicopters, two Bearcat “special response” vehicles, mobile command posts, snipers, police dogs, bomb disposal truck, bomb sniffing robots, and a huge excavator. They even brought in food trucks."...
The raid was one of the largest in recent U.S. history, twice the size of the 1993 Branch Davidian raid in Waco, Texas, which initially involved 76 ATF agents. It almost rivaled the recent 200-strong statewide manhunt for California cop-killing cop, Christopher Dorner. Yet only a few local stories emerged and those presented a hysterical portrait of Porter while largely underreporting the police presence." unquote

yesireebob..TWICE the size of Waco. Right. And not a word on MSM. Folks..if the few examples in this article of the emerging police state in America doesn't make those neurons start firing, excuse the pun, then nothing will.
Amerika..Land of the Policestate, Home of TOTALATARIANISM-R-US.

excuse me..I'm about to puke.