I think your on the right track dude. Military vets will soon all be classified as mental cases because of ptsd and there rights to have arms will start to come under fire more.I like the ability of FFLs to access criminal data. I would like the ability to check a DL via a portal, to see if my private sale is to or from a criminal.
But that's a lot of public access to private data.
As to the denial of rights to those who pose a threat...I'm with the rest of the guys saying define that. I personally have been essentially identified as a threat by the president' cronies and media, being a white male pro-constitution ex-military person with a generally conservative ideology. So...if the theoretical liberal leader of the local police decides he doesn't like me, do I get denied?
Lots of slippery slope in this legislation. And lots of gearing up for political aims, too, IMHO.
And, if you've never suffered PTSD?I think your on the right track dude. Military vets will soon all be classified as mental cases because of ptsd and there rights to have arms will start to come under fire more.
In my opinion the government allready has the ability to disarm us all. All they have to do is make you a criminal. How hard is that? Not hard at all. Just like the rifle and magazine bans in Colorado the changed law abiding citizens into criminals in one law change. If they can't make you a criminal with new stupid laws then they will claim your mentally unstable. It is not a tin foil conspiracy it is happening right now is states across the us. From judges claiming guns are not normal to be owned to laws being passed for mental health standards. Sad stuff.
I don't know how it will all go down or the specifics of it all. I can just see the bigger picture of it all happening. Will it be an evaluation on a person per person basis...uhh i doubt it. The government doesn't really do that for anything. Even taxes are set out for brackets of people/income not each persons ability to pay them.
Persons considered at risk include, for example, combat military personnel, victims of natural disasters, concentration camp survivors, and victims of violent crime. Individuals frequently experience "survivor's guilt" for remaining alive while others died. Persons employed in occupations that expose them to violence (such as soldiers) or disasters (such as emergency service workers) are also at risk