Skip to comments.Defend our Veteran's Gun Rights
Posted on 01/31/2013 5:02:07 AM PST by lward99
Its a little-known fact that about 30% of returning soldiers are diagnosed with PTSD. These brave men and women, mentally scarred from their service to our country, deserve nothing less than our unwavering support.
Instead, they are now in the crosshairs of the gun control lobby. With the VAs existing massive information sharing with NICS, we already have a precedent for large-scale revocation of veterans rights. All it takes is for one of Eric Holders decrees to include PTSD, and suddenly one of the most passionate, patriotic segments of Americans will be labeled a danger to society.
Ask yourself: Do you really think that Obama crony-in-chief Eric Holder cares more about protecting the rights of our veterans than he does the Democrats ideological efforts?
Neither do we.
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Gun grabbers perceive returning combat veterans as tending to the right, politically. Therefore they have to see vets as borderline crazy.
Why, anyone who voted against Obama AND opposes gun control simply has to be certifiable!
And....your family doctor as government snitch? “One of my patients refuses to say whether or not he has guns in his home. Yes, he has small children. I agree, this should be investigated further.”
Agree with the author, this is a realistic fear. People who say they don’t want “crazy” people being able to have guns should ask themselves who determines what is “crazy”. With the new obamacare in place, it is frightening to think how far off track this can go.
Our military is just the largest, most visible group that will likely be targetted, but it won’t stop there.
In another ten years, it’ll be 50% because our “babies” are shocked that war wasn’t like Hollywood made it out to be.
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