Harford County Republican Central Committee Holds 2nd Amendment Rally Saturday in Bel Air

From the Harford County Republican Central Committee:

Republicans Stand for the 2nd Amendment Rally
This Saturday , April 27
Main Street , Bel Air Maryland
In Front of the Circuit Court House
12:00pm — 2:00pm

(Bring a sign and show your support for the 2nd Amendment)

Come to the Republican Rally for the Second Amendment

Every Single Republican Legislator voted to defend the Second Amendment.

Join us to welcome them home from the long battle in Annapolis.
Tell lawmakers that your gun rights “Shall Not Be Infringed!”
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Harford County Republican Central Committee
Sharon Price, Treasurer

Join us for a Second Amendment Rally in Bel Air to welcome home our Republican Legislators!

In the General Assembly, our Republican elected officials all voted against the O’Malley Gun Bill.

Join us from Noon until 2PM this Saturday, April 27, 2013 in Bel Air to welcome home our legislators and thank them for voting right!Here’s the link to the facebook page for the event:

Click to say you can attend!


This is a family-friendly event– bring your neighbors and get together to show support for the Second Amendment!

Call Patrick McGrady with any questions at 410.357.1234.

See you on Saturday!


  1. W.T.F.? says

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    • Ralph says

      We will indeed. Please be sure to wear a name tag so we can identify you. This will be exciting!

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      • W.T.F.? says

        Hey Ralphie…..In the inspiring words of Sarah Palin…”you betcha”!

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        • Ralph says

          Unfortunately Sarah will not be there, but I will. See you there.

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      • Justin A. Glimmer says

        Hey Monster….NO, but you can bite me. Besides, the Constitution (and rightly so) has been amended many times over the years! As humanity learns, things SHOULD change. Do you wear the same clothes and hairstyle as you did when you were a kid? (I thought so!).

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        • I Wish I Was You says

          What has humanity learned?
          That you can live without work.
          That you can steal from the unarmed.
          That you can commit crimes and not be punished.
          That you need nothing more than a name and a number.
          Yes, we have learned much.

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        • J edgar says

          Hey Glimmer, Bite You? I don’t eat crap. Glimmer is a good name for you- more like a night light.

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  2. KeepOurCommunitiesSafe says

    What part of “well regulated” don’t these clowns understand? Thank goodness, the majority of Americans support background checks. The last thing we need is a minority of Teabillies with small pencils making our communities less safe.

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    • Dooslemeister says

      I hope your comment is for laughs, it’s obvious you’re one of the same people that just types in a new name over and over on these “social media sites”

      So, what part of “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed” do you not understand? It doesn’t say “The right of the militia to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”

      Perhaps you should go through the process of purchasing a firearm from a firearm dealer to educate yourself more on your “background checks.”

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      • Because says

        Try again.

        “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

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  3. Christopher Boardman says

    What part of “Thou shalt not kill” don’t you understand?
    Thou – an archaic form of “you” that is frequently found in the Bible
    Shalt – Equal to Will but archaic also, but well understood
    Not – This is a word that says you should do the opposite of what you want to do, which is to kill. In other words, don’t be such a crazy freak that the first impulse you have is to shoot someone’s head off, in which case it will probably be someone in your own family before it is a criminal.
    Kill – this is something that the Bible tells you you shouldn’t do. Cain killed Able, a member of his own family and Cain didn’t gain from it, he became a vagabond for the rest of his life. Cain would have had a gun if they had been invented by that time, but fortunately they were not. He would be hanging out with tea baggers if there were any at that time.

    Now all of you constitutional scholars, what is more important, The Bible or the Second amendment which should have a well-regulated militia or a wild west shoot-em-up?

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    • B says

      Actually Chris, if you read the constitution, you would understand that the bill of rights are natural rights given to us by god, not to kill, but to defend freedom.

      This is the main problem/ difference between liberals and conservatives; liberals have replaced god with government.

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      • Because says

        You’re paraphrasing again. You extracted some component of the Declaration of Independence and superimposed over your desired wording of the Constitution. There is no reference as you suggest.

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        • B says

          I didn’t say it was a written clause. By reading the bill of rights, you quickly find that the bill of rights are limitations on the federal government. Where do those rights come from? You use the Declaration of Independence, you could also research why the formation of the bill of rights in the first place or the compromise between the federalists and anti federalists during its formation. Or you can read about key founding fathers beliefs like James Madison’s.

          Prime example of a government worshipping liberal.

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      • Cdev says

        What if I don’t believe in God? That is my “God Given” right in the first ammendment. SO I would prefer we leave GOD out of government!!!!!

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        • B says

          The founding document of this country declares our, yours included, rights to be endowed by our creator. The first amendment says that you have freedom of religion, not freedom from religion. God is already in this government, whether you want Him there or not.

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          • Cdev says

            Btw that was a letter to King George III not our founding Document! Where does anything mention God in Government?

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          • B says

            When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

            Not the founding document?

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          • Because says

            Nope. Freedom of religion means you have no right to jam yours down my throat just because you think it’s better for me. Thomas Jefferson wrote a lot of other stuff about religion and how it’s best to keep it out of politics. Visit the Jefferson Memorial sometime. It will broaden your mind.

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          • Cdev says

            B, No it isn’t. It is a letter to King George III, who was ordained by God, telling him to get lost! The first document providing a Governing Structure for this nation was the Articles of Confederation? After their failure the US Constitution. The Bill of Rights simply was assurance that our new Government was not going to repeat the transgressions of the previous government. At no point do any of those documents mention God. In fact they specifically deny the establishment of a government intertwined in religion, because 300 years of history illustrated that was a bad idea as evidenced by 4 colonies established as safe haveans for religious groups fleeing England after government persecution!

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          • Cdev says

            What does the Md Declaration of Rights say about Gun ownership, Malitias and Armies? BTW it says I shall be free from a religious test!

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    • watcher says

      To be precise it’s ” Thou shalt not commit murder” but nice try. A biblical scholar, you are not.

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  4. watcher says

    It is kind of wierd to backup the things you say on the internet with a source. Sorry if that threw you off.

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  5. Justin A. Glimmer says

    Can’t wait for Saturday between 12:00 and 2:00 to be ANYWHERE but in Bel Air in front of the Courthouse to welcome the useless Re-Bubba-Cans back from Annapolis, where once again, they wasted our tax dollars fighting the majority and bringing nothing home to Harford County. What a damn disgrace and embarrassment they are!

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  6. Christopher Boardman says

    Pity the Republicans, a once-proud political party that has fallen into the hands of certified jackasses.

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  7. I Wish I Was You says

    You all are a bit late to the game. SB281 passed.
    You should have been doing this months ago and in Anapolis.

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    • Anonymous in Bel Air says

      Did you not pay attention to the news? There were literally thousands of people who descended upon Annapolis to raise opposition to that legislation. A staggering ratio of opponents vs. supporters of the bill.

      And it didn’t make a difference. Why?

      Because our elected officials by and large think they know what is best for us and refuse to listen to their constituents.

      We need term limits for our politicians, from the local level all the way to the federal. It is time to stop having career pols who only care about keeping their jobs. Serve your terms, and go back to the people who sent you so you can return to reality.

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      • Cdev says

        Plus we have term limits….. There called elections! Are we not smart enough to decide for ourselves?

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        • Anonymous in Bel Air says

          Yes, it applies to everyone. I could care less about party and who it would affect.

          I also think that forcing term limits would help keep parties from forming a stranglehold of one party over the other. The founding fathers dissented among themselves all the time, and I think they would be appalled to see what has happened to places like Md, where it is a one party rule state.

          I would also argue that the average American voter is not smart enough to make educated voting choices. Too many simply place a vote because there is either a D or an R next to a candidates name. Wake up people, pay attention to what is going on in your name in your local districts, in Annapolis, and Washington DC.

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          • Cdev says

            Well our Founding Fathers did not fathom parties. They did believe that the representatives should be answerable to the people by election. Government is not a take turn affair. If the Md GOP (of which I am registered with) wants to not be irrevelant they need to stop taking extreme positions which the majority of the residents of this state dislike. Since the Ehrlich purge began they have taken more extreme positions chasing off many good republicans. Until they do this they will continue to be irrelevant since few people in this state agree with their positions. Relevance is not a right it has to be earned.

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      • I Wish You Were There says

        I payed up close and personal attention and feel no need to reward the legislators of this district with a celebration for the nothing they contributed.

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  8. Monster says

    For all of the mindless liberals out there…..
    An idea whose time has come!
    Commentary from Paul R. Beane on KFYO radio on 1/24/2013:
    Good afternoon, I’m Paul R. Beane and I’m your right wing gun nut.
    You know me and fellow gun owners are responsible for all the carnage in our streets and our schools. Never mind that Ted Kennedy’s car has killed more people than my entire collection of firearms. Most of which I have owned since childhood when I saved my pennies and nickels in order to purchase them and each and everyone is in perfect working order. It is the responsible gun owners of today that is being blamed for all the shootings. Obama calls us the right wing gun nuts, clinging to our guns and to our religion.
    But lets take a little closer look. The Fort Hood shooter, a Muslim, and a registered Democrat. The Virginia Tech shooter, he wrote hate mail to George Bush and his staff and was a registered Democrat. Aurora Colorado shooter, he was a staff worker on the Obama campaign and took part in Occupy Wall Street. He was a progressive liberal and
    guess what? A registered Democrat. The Newtown, Conn shooter hated Christians and was a registered Democrat. The Columbine high school shooters were too young to vote, but both of their families were progressive liberals and registered Democrats.
    And one more thing, not a single one of these killers were members of the National Rifle Association. So I have got it figured out how to make this country much safer; leave the guns alone and lock up all the Democrats.
    I’m Paul R. Beane and that’s the way I see it.


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    • Because says

      So by your logic only Democrats should be subject to expanded background checks at gun shows, as straw men, and over the internet? Nice try. Get over yourself.

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        • Because says

          My conjecture is more sensible than your prattle about “Our Creator” endowing us with the rights outlined in the Constitution.

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          • B says

            Again, not said anywhere in my post. Your lack of reading comprehension is troubling in a government employee.

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          • Common Sense says

            You do not need a theist belief to enjoy the the rights afforded you in the constitution.

            The constitution establishes no state religion.

            The constitution is clear that an individual’s rights do not come from government and that government is subservient to the individuals rights.

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          • I Wish You Were Serious says

            Until such time as the individuals are financially subjugated and compelled to give up their rights to maintain the status quo or otherwise suffer hardships.

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