I wasn't aware of that, thanks for the info.
It was at the recommendation of a psychiatrist
If you want to go on record as stating a violently crazy person has a right to a gun, go ahead but you won't find a lot of people who agree with you.
I never implied that, I merely stated that this is a dangerous road to go down.
Who will have the authority to decide who is mentally fit to own a weapon?
Who will set the criteria?
Will we amend the Constitution or will we just write more laws that punish good people for the sake of the few who are bad?
If you can by law strip individuals of their God given rights at the whim of a frenzied public, what good is the Constitution?
Actually, isn't that what the Constitution is designed to protect against (I.E. the whims of that masses, AKA democrats)
I submit that if rights can be taken away because of the whims of the masses, they are not rights after all, and none of them are really "God Given" let alone safe.
Those are excellent questions that have to be answered, especially in the context of this argument going on about "expanded background checks." Who decides who's too crazy to own a gun? Can a person that crazy ever be rehabilitated to the point they can own one? Psychopaths and Sociopaths lie rather convincingly. The Russians taught us in the 20th Century that "crazy" label can be abused to deprive sane people of their rights, are we inviting the US government to do the same? What other rights are at stake? What damage will be done to HIPAA privacy rights?
There is a ton of questions that have to be asked, and the filthy Dems are trying to rush legislation through before anybody can digest the answers.
“If you can by law strip individuals of their God given rights at the whim of a frenzied public, what good is the Constitution? “
I’m gonna steal that, if you don’t mind.