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The Obama administration on Friday proposed two new executive actions to make it easier for states to provide mental health information to the national background check system, wading back into the gun control debate after a months-long hiatus.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable
Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
And then, what exactly would be the definition of "Crazy?"
reply to post by Bassago
If you ask Obama, the dems, progressives, etc they would say repubs, Christians, Tea Party supporters and anyone who doesn't agree with them is "crazy."
So is there anything in these new bills about Fed agents, cops, government workers in general that carry firearms that have used anti-depressants, and how its going to affect them?
What many fail to realise is that freedom contains risks. The risks are like the other side of a coin.
You can't just eliminate the "risk" side of the coin. Once you do, you eliminate the "freedom" side.
reply to post by Krazysh0t
I could care less if mentally ill people get guns. What is wrong with the tried and true method of denying guns to convicted felons? You know the people who have already demonstrated a tendency to disregard the law? Why penalize someone who hasn't even done anything wrong just because his brain functions differently then most people?