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Gun Law Expert Blasts Montgomery Madman and Baltimore Bully for War on Civil Rights in Maryland
John M. Snyder -- Gun Law Expert John M. Snyder -- Gun Law Expert
Washington , DC
Monday, February 15, 2010

"Two Maryland state legislators are attacking the individual Second Amendment civil right to keep and bear arms of law-abiding citizens of the so-called Free State," gun rights expert John M. Snyder charged here today.

"It's time for freedom-loving people to teach these and other arrogant politicians a Massachusetts lesson, to send the anti-gun creeps to the bone yard, and to deep-six their legislative monstrosity," he continued.

Snyder said that, "Sen. Brian E. Frosh, the madman from Montgomery County, and Del. Samuel I. Rosenberg, the bully from Baltimore, have teamed up for introducing

legislation to create a multiplicity of onerous administrative and bureaucratic roadblocks for the mere acquisition of a handgun.

"Their proposal, SB 645/HB 820, would seriously undermine if not actually eliminate the right of an individual to obtain a handgun for self-defense or for the defense of the lives of loved ones or for the defense of property against criminal attack, including violent criminal attack."

Snyder added that, "The proposal by the Montgomery Madman and the Baltimore Bully is a direct assault on the individual civil rights of all law-abiding Maryland citizens. It is an attack on the right of citizens to obtain handguns to defend their lives against predatory criminals. As such, it is an attack on the right to life itself. Now is the time for the citizenry to attack their proposal and to begin the procedure which may lead to their removal from public office at the appropriate time.

"The political world was turned upside down last month as the result of a special election in Massachusetts. Since it happened there, we know it can happen in Baltimore, in Montgomery County, and throughout Maryland. As the Bob Dylan ballad had it, "The times they are a changing."

A former National Rifle Association editor, Snyder is Public Affairs Director of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, and Treasurer of the Second Amendment Foundation. According to Shooting Times, he is the "senior rights activist in Washington."

John M. Snyder
Telum Associates, LLC
Arlington, VA
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