|1.||People's Republic of Maryland|
A commonly used term regarding Maryland laws or lack there of. It is frequently used among gun enthusiast in regards to Maryland's backwards gun laws.
Much like The people's Republic of China, the Liberal law makers find ways to infringe on the rights of Marylanders that are guaranteed in the constitution. Much of the laws are remnants of slave laws where it was illegal for Blacks (even freed slaves) to own firearms.
Oddly enough Maryland is a Blue state, yet the people vote for leaders that don't trust them or do not protect their constitutional rights.
In the People's Republic of Maryland it is not illegal to conceal a handgun if you have the permit. By law Maryland has to make available applications for CCW's (conceal and Carry Weapons license), however nobody every gets approved for a CCW. It is either denied of redtaped Unlike Virginia Maryland doesn't trust their residents.
In Maryland you are not allowed to buy, sell, or transfer magazines that hold over 20 rounds, however you can buy them in another states and bring then into Maryland for personal ownership.
|2.||People's Republic of Maryland|
Most ghetto state in the USA. Seriously, half the state is a giant ghetto. PG County, Baltimore, Western Maryland (AKA Apalachia), eastern Montgomery County, Northern Charles County. It is run by an overbearing government with high taxes, excessive regulations, and there's tons of lawyers, so nothing ever gets done. Like most places, there are some rich people there, but for the ones that have a choice (in the DC area for example), most of them only live there because the road system is too insufficient for them to live in Virginia and still get to work at a reasonable time. Or in the case of Potomac and Chevy Chase, their kids go to private schools and they're so rich they could care less how much they pay in taxes.
Marylander: "Komissar Omalley is raising taxes and some lawyers sued to stop construction of the ICC freeway again."
Virginian: "What do you expect in the People's Republic of Maryland?"