posted on Jan, 17 2011 @ 06:13 PM
Originally posted by Doc Holiday
reply to post by SaturnFX
Makes me wish I had a child to try this with.....any CCW permit holder, will make the Doc very nervous, dad has one on him now!
So then what does the Doc do?
Sorry but this is kinda silly...I dont care what the doc asks....you are protected by the privacy act anyways ...so I hear.....
But yeah a law...IMO thats a bit of a stretch..
I want my Doc to feel free to ask anything and think he should be able to.....IMHO....
edit on 17-1-2011 by Doc Holiday because: OCD AGAIN MUST
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LOL at the CCW comment; I bet!
The potential punishment and fines are crazy.
But there exists a legitimate reason for the questions, addressed to the child as well as the parent, to be of some concern.
In Florida medical professionals as well as teachers have to report to the Department of Children and Families (DCF) anything that looks like child
abuse or child endangerment.
The concern is about a scenario where a total gun-control nut of a doctor asks a kid (not the parent) if there are guns in the house.
Kid says yes.
Doctor asks if they are locked up?
Kid says no, omitting the fact that they each have gunlocks.
Dr. Antigunner drops a dime to DCF, reporting the kid has improper access to guns.
All hell breaks loose at home with DCF accompanied by the LEOs and warrants.
Doctor's shouldn't be asking KIDS about guns in the home.
Doctors should be asking kids how they got that black eye, or how their leg was broken.
The punishment proposed is totally off the deep end though.
edit on 17-1-2011 by mydarkpassenger because: speeling