Note that she says “may be.” Not “are.”
So for just having served in the military, YOU “may be” mentally ill and therefore should be deprived of YOUR Second Amendment rights.
posted on 03/10/2013 12:02:33 AM PST
(Sometimes the smartest man in the room is standing in the midst of imbeciles.)
Yes, a “veteran may be mentally ill” - do you dispute that? And I for one believe that mentally ill people shouldn't have guns regardless if they're vets...
posted on 03/10/2013 12:06:19 AM PST
"Note that she says may be. Not are. So for just having served in the military, YOU may be mentally ill and therefore should be deprived of YOUR Second Amendment rights."
That's the way I read also.
Does she mean WWII vets, Korean War vet, Viet Nam vets or only current war vets?
Is she going to use the VA's determinations or use actually judicial rulings?
posted on 03/10/2013 7:39:00 AM PDT
(US Navy Veteran)
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