Don't they realize that having people's medical (including mental health) records accessible to gun retailers and other non-medical professionals constitutes a gross invasion of privacy and the sanctity of the doctor-patient confidentiality? This will also discourage mentally-ill people from seeking treatment for their condition, since...
She told me that her boyfriend smoked weed and he offered her a blunt on Saturday night and she said that they each ate a whole medium pepperoni pizza from Dominos to themselves and that she took a 2 hour nap on Saturday afternoon with him in their bed. She said she woke up at 6pm and that is when they ordered pizza and ate it. I am mad. Marijuana...
People's mental health status changes. If a person develops mental health issues after they purchase a firearm, they are still just as much of a danger as they would be if they had the issue before they bought it aren't they?
If we are going to try to limit gun control to keeping them out of the hands of the mentally disturbed, don't...
The other day I was in a McDonald's in Glendale, California (Los Angeles). I was walking towards the restroom and this Hispanic man sitting in a booth was staring at me. He was working on a laptop computer. I thought it was really rude of him to stare.
When I came out of the restroom he had packed up his things and was walking out in a hurry....
Both from a historical and current perspective.
Historically, gun control was used to keep blacks disarmed in the South for 100 years after the Civil War.
And even today, 70 percent of the people going to prison for gun violations are Black or Hispanic.