Skip to comments.The Toomey-Manchin Proposal Will Allow Doctors to Block Your Right to Guns
Posted on 04/10/2013 11:40:05 AM PDT by rmlew
I just talked to someone familiar with the Toomey-Manchin proposal who raises a serious concern based on his understanding of the legislation.
Everyone on all sides agrees that we need better help for those with mental health problems who need treatment.
Unfortunately, the person I talked with is concerned that the Toomey-Manchin proposal could discourage people from getting help.
The proposal will allow a doctor to add a patient to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) without ever telling the patient he or she has been added.
There would be no due process requirement. Not all doctors will be able to do it with the same ease, but many will. Knowing a doctor could add him to a federal database as mentally ill without his knowledge could potentially dissuade a patient from going to the doctor in the first place to get help.
Worse, if the doctor does so and makes a mistake, the patient would have to actively work through the system to get himself removed guilty before being proven innocent. In some states, should a doctor flag you as having mental illness without your knowledge, you may very well see the state come collect your previously purchased guns.
Activist mental health providers will probably be overly aggressive in adding people to the list. Give it five years in liberal areas and people who believe in the physical resurrection of Christ will probably get automatic entry onto the list.
Mental health is a serious issue and the Toomey-Manchin legislation could have negative consequences. Worse, it would still not stop a Columbine, a Newtown, or the daily massacres in Chicago.
To be a loyal opposition to this is to collaborate, for what we face is a non-violent revolution. It must be met with a determined but non-violent counter-revolution. Our battlefields are the hearts and minds of our fellow citizens, the halls of governance, the institutions of education, finance, and industry and the media.
A president elected with a majority of less than 6% has no mandate to shred the Constitution, to enslave and indoctrinate our children under the rubric of mandatory community service, to declare what when and how political opinions may be discussed, to nationalize healthcare or the automobile industry, or to elect a new voting demographic. Our duty is to say no to Vichy Republicans and the collaborationist loyal opposition. Our duty is to the vanguard of a peaceful counterrevolution.
...Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, ...
When elected officials and bureaucracies act outside the law they are simply lawbreakers. When the majority of the people vote in favor of total lawlessness in the highest offices they are withdrawing their consent to be governed by a constitutional government. (however slim the majority) By what legitimate basis does the United States of America, as a Constitutional republic, still exist?
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
'The People' no longer support that. They voted in support of lawlessness from the highest office on down. They voted against the rule of law. By referendum we now have a banana republic. The USAINO.
“Our duty is to the vanguard of a peaceful counterrevolution”
THEY are the counterrevolution, WE are original Revolutionaries of America 1776 !
This way, the politicians can say they are not going to take away gu ns.
They’re going to have your doctor state the claim and law ‘enforce ment’ confiscate.
This is triangulation.
“I’m not gonna ki l l ya. Vinnie, kil l him.”
Yes, we ceased to be revolutionaries when the Brits accepted defeat and we formed our own government. Since then we have simply been patriots who support the rule of law of our own system of governance.
My gut feeling is he is dead meat in PA. It just proves what happens when you start hanging out with Chuck Schumer. Toomey would be much better off if he didn't talk to anyone and just voted against every bill in the Senate. We don't need any new laws. We don't need any more spending. We don't need any more taxes. We don't need any more regulations.
Maybe I am a simple man, but wouldn't it be great if Republicans just shut up and they only vote for bills that spend, regular and control less?
Oh yeah! And scary looking as well!
That would be scary.
Most Americans haven’t lived under tyranny and don’t appreciate the freedoms that we all take for granted. They eagerly give away our freedoms for false security.
Haha, yeah — black, and scary!
I’ve contacted my Senators (Manchin and Rockefeller — ugh!!) to voice my opposition.
Someone needs to ask this asshat Toomey that question.