I asked you what part of the 2nd Amendment concerned you so much that you wanted to start with it?There you go with the insults again.
I disagree wholeheartedly; there is plenty of reason to bring it up. You seem to be laboring under the delusion that everyone who doesn't agree with you 100% is out to get you, but that's a false dichotomy. There is middle ground. It is entirely possible to believe - as I do and as I presume TravisJunky does - that we as a society handle mental health issues extremely poorly on the whole and that were we to improve our care and support systems for individuals with mental illnesses it would likely make a very positive impact on a great many ailments that plague our world today, without also believing that individuals wishing to purchase firearms should undergo a mental health screening of some sort.
It's an I, not L, just for the record. I didn't see it tag me and barely caught this.
I'm not sure what you're asking. Can you please clarify?
I lived through the era. As I see it the people that really need mental health screening are the ones who screamed loudest to turn all the people with serious mental health issues out to roam the streets.