Mental Health & Guns-Which comes first?Submitted by Christopher A. Brown on Sat, 07/21/2012 - 11:09
Gun owners appear to approve death from gun violence over gun rights. The deaths are being used to ban guns and remove 2nd amendment rights.
Let me explain.
IF gun owners want gun rights, THEN gun owners must stand for appropriate, effective mental health care because otherwise mentally ill people will have guns and be committing murders. They do and are every day.
This logic IS an absolute.
From what I've seen, gun owners do not support effective mental health care. In fact, they will not even discuss the issue. They do not appear to care. This is illogical.
Now . . . all of that may be appearances created by cognitive infiltration of 2nd amendment activist groups.
Along the same line of logic we have this second amendment forum which does not appear to recognize that the first right of Americans is that congress call an Article V convention.
Which is it? Do any gun rights advocates understand this issue or are those in this forum pretenders that refuse logic?
If you accept this logic and support the concept that effective mental health care protects gun rights because it prevents murders or any reason for government to limit 2nd amendment rights, you must post and ask what mental health care providers can do to improve mental health care in order to demonstrate your sincerity.
Then, if such mental health care measures are shown to be reasonable, you must become an advocate for the best mental health care.
If you do not accept this logic then you cannot effectively defend 2nd amendment rights because you are not logical or accountable to your position in support of 2nd amendment rights.