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More Executive Action On Guns

Noted Gun Expert Joe Biden and his crack team of gun controllers have proposed two new executive actions aimed at, well, something related to guns. The first is to violate HIPAA laws and let states report medical records to NICS. But the laws don’t matter to them. Look at Obamacare and HIPAA. The second is that if you voluntarily commit yourself, you are now considered adjudicated as a mental defective.

Released late on a Friday, you know, under the radar.

8 Responses to “More Executive Action On Guns”

  1. Matthew Carberry Says:

    According to the linked article only -involuntary- commitments will be disabling, just as now.

    The “clarification” is that outpatient involuntary commitments count, not just inpatient.

    Nothing is mentioned about -voluntary- commitments (you commit yourself), per the article anyway.

  2. Lyle Says:

    The answer is clear if we look at the Progressives’ treatment of teen abortion, STDs, drug addiction, etc. ANY form of reporting or imformation sharing would discourage people from seeking treatment, and so it is entirely out of the question.

    Hands off. Period. We’re talking about people’s rights and poeple’s privacy after all, and there’s nothing more precious than that. Deviate from that principle just a little bit, and you’re on a slippery slope from which there is no return.

    That’s what they’ve told us anyway, very loudly, over and over, for many years, and so they clearly understand how this works.

  3. SayUncle Says:

    Matthew, they’ve since edited it then.

  4. Bob Smith Says:

    The Soviet Union would declare their opponents to be crazy and then send them off to Siberia. If Obama wants to disarm his opponents, then all he has to do is claim they are crazy. Some want to say if you don’t believe in global warming, or if you believe in the 2nd amendment, then you are crazy. Be careful if you take aspirin and admit you have a headache, they will say something is wrong with your head and you can’t buy a gun.

  5. KM Says:

    call for Congress to pass “common-sense gun safety legislation” — including by expanding the background check system and making gun trafficking a federal crime.

    So is Holder going to be prosecuted for being the head honcho while Fast & Furious was going on?
    Yeah, yeah, I know…everybody loves a dreamer.

  6. comatus Says:

    “{G}etting treatment does not make someone legally prohibited…”

    Yeah, Vice President Eagleton, please call your office.

  7. Matthew Carberry Says:

    Journalist’s do like to correct their “oopsy’s” on the sly.

    To be clear, this admin has demonstrated they abide by the law only insofar as they want to.

    I just like to differentiate between what these sorts of things actually say and what I/we know will likely happen rather than mushing them together to avoid handing the anti’s an easy angle of attack on my credibility/reading ability in front of the nonideological.

  8. Windy Wilson Says:

    I’m waiting for common sense alcohol safety legislation.
    And common sense marijuana safety legislation, considering how many states are toking the bong.