Originally posted by cavtrooper7
A reasonable fee to pay for a background tax does not ....at all...equate to a tax on components.
Money is used to help mental health issues and pay for overused CBI background checks they now charge nothing for.
It's logical and fair.
Whats your bright idea to deal with mental health issues?
edit on 3-1-2013 by cavtrooper7 because: (no reason given)
Not at all. The "cost" of those checks is typing a few things into a data-base that we the taxpayers have already over-paid for by a factor of at
least ten. The store clerk does the "work". The only cost to a state would be for personnel that are make-work jobs. Then they cleverly attempt to
link in people's minds, that simply having a gun is a "mental health" issue. I guess all the Che-eeldruns are busy being used as an excuse to take
more of your money elsewhere.
Most people have not considered that the new "standard" for mental health was just published, the DSM V. In it, virtually anyone can be classified
as having a "mental disorder" for just about any normal human condition or behavior. Ever get sad? You have Depression! Ever get mad? You have
Oppositional Behavior Disorder! Etc.
TPTB know that people will fight against having our guns removed forcibly. So now the game is to convince people that it's alright if they are
"Mentally Ill." Once they have enough people in the pipeline, then they can disarm us as a medical issue. They play a very long game. There is good
evidence that this current spate of mass shootings has been being planned and trained for for more than twenty years. I'm a First Responder. I've
been in several Mass Casualty exercises, which are essential, so that it all looks good on TV. You gotta have lots of cops and firefighters and medics
in the shots, as well as convincing people to play victims, families etc. I'll post a couple examples, but there are so many things that don't add
up to these incidents being what they are intended to seem. You'll have to read a few other threads or do your own research probably, to gather
enough to be personally convinced. The scope of it is astounding and beggars belief in the average normal person. However, as I said, I have been
participating personally as a First Responder for a decade now. And there is no shortage of money to be had for making these events "realistic".
The thing to ask yourself, is "If my kid was just maybe killed, what would my body language be like? What would my state of mind be? Would I be
standing around counting "choppers"? Would I be hitting the talking points that support the narrative? Would my kid just be happily standing around
near me? Or would I be holding/hugging/visibly relieved them and barely coherent?" I've been at thousands of real emergencies. People in minor car
wrecks, are far more affected than the parents and kid in this first link are.
I don't necessarily agree with every bit of this guy's analysis, but there is plenty of stuff in his piece and it's companion video that make no
sense from an Actual First Responder point of view. Interestingly, this one does not appear in my subscription list on Youtube. I just subscribed to
it for the third time in finding this link, which I would not have been able to find had I not preserved it elsewhere.
sandy hook compilation
At any rate....they are going with the metal health narrative, because that is what has seemed to gain some traction with the public. But it's just
one piece of a thousand piece jigsaw puzzle, they are building to create the picture they want us to see. And when you begin to notice any particular
piece that doesn't seem to fit well, you have to start questioning if all the pieces they are filing off and shaping to fit, really go together into
the real picture, or just one they are building in your mind. Be well.