The neat thing about Executive orders, is they can be tossed in the trash as soon as the next president swears in; just as congress had noting to do with implementing it, congress needs not be involved in killing it.
I agree with TX. There are a lot of these items that may seem innocuous at face value, but if you read into it what they truly intend to do, they could be disastrous. Will it turn out that way? I hope not. And I am surprised that it is not more aggressive.
Hmm.. I hope you guys are right about this. Any dealers out there to confirm that the ATF doesn't receive a copy of a guns serial?
However, if I ever see any other doctor who asks any questions, I definitely will be saying I no longer own any guns.
I think someone already hit on this, but I have seen LEGAL Carry Guns seized during routine traffic checks “not to be returned until proof of ownership is shown”.Quote:
5. Propose rulemaking to give law enforcement the ability to run a full background check on an individual before returning a seized gun.
Knowing this administration, it could mean ANY firearm law enforcement comes in contact with. And when ownership is proven, the rightful owner has to then have one of the NEW Background Checks done.
Like Health Care, THIS IS ALL an excuse to get everyone signed up and “Registered” in the National Data Base.
Can you say REGISTRATION and TAXATION on your guns?
Translation: NO MORE PRIVATE SALES OF FIREARMS!! :mad:Quote:
6. Publish a letter from ATF to federally licensed gun dealers providing guidance on how to run background checks for private sellers.
Vague by design, but like health care, we don’t know what’s in it until we pass it. :blink:Quote:
7. Launch a national safe and responsible gun ownership campaign.
Well, HE just passed it and there are NO SPECIFICS. We won't know until we see what's in it. :frown:
And to think Joe and B.O. accused Romney of being "vague on his economic plan saying he [Romney] couldn't provide enough specifics."
1. I have never asked any patient this question, as it's none of my business.
2. If anyone is asked this question by a healthcare provider, feel perfectly comfortable in replying, "That question is not relevent to my healthcare and quite frankly, is none of your business.". This is not information that any healthcare provider is entitled or required to know unless you want them to know.