My pediatrican asked the insurance-driven “is there a gun in the house” question, even before Obuttwipe was prez. Prepared answer, of course, is “no”. Simplifies a lot.
hmmm.....technically - “no” would be an excellent - and truthful - answer for us too.
They aren’t “in” our house.
They are in a room off our porch - attached to the house.
Wrong answer. The correct answer is “You don’t need to know that”.
“My pediatrican asked the insurance-driven is there a gun in the house question, even before Obuttwipe was prez. Prepared answer, of course, is no. Simplifies a lot.”
And eventually there will be a law that makes it a crime to answer falsely a doctor’s question.
i was in the office when the doctor asked me that question... i was prepared for it... my son was 6 years old... i said... i will not answer that question, and you need not ask, if i have guns and i answer in the affirmitive, then my curious son might go looking for them, and if i answer in the negative, then those who see my file may mark me as an easy target... besides it is none of your business, and more children are harmed by doctors is what i understand, and i can see how that is, with stupid questions like that.
i am sure he put that in his file.