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    Since all this mental health talk has been going around about background checks and of course senator Dianne's rant saying she is not a sixth grader all the while acting like a fifth grader. Hence proving her statement true.

    I was wondering. Why should we require any one running for an elected office get a mental health eval before they run and it be open to public inspection before we vote on them and once elected take an eval every six months? I mean they want our mental health to be part of obtaining a firearm. We should require it before they take office and during their term.

    Just a thought.
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    The only argument I have with your post, OP, is that most fifth-graders act, and are, far more mature than the Senior Senator from California. Come to think of it, most of the first-graders and a few of those in kindergarten have her beat on the maturity thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFCRetired View Post
    The only argument I have with your post, OP, is that most fifth-graders act, and are, far more mature than the Senior Senator from California. Come to think of it, most of the first-graders and a few of those in kindergarten have her beat on the maturity thing.
    You are right. I apologize to all fifth graders out there if any took offense.
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    I suggest that she and most of her followers go back to sand box 101.


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    I thought she was reliving the terrible twos yet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYKevin View Post
    Since all this mental health talk has been going around about background checks and of course senator Dianne's rant saying she is not a sixth grader all the while acting like a fifth grader. Hence proving her statement true.

    I was wondering. Why should we require any one running for an elected office get a mental health eval before they run and it be open to public inspection before we vote on them and once elected take an eval every six months? I mean they want our mental health to be part of obtaining a firearm. We should require it before they take office and during their term.

    Just a thought.
    No. At least two huge problems:

    First, psychiatry doesn't work. Moreover, the practicioners are known to arrive at conflicting conclusions/diagnoses. Chemists can agree on the components of a compound after analyzing it because they're all using the same data, and that data has been vetted and proven to be true enough to work. Not so with psychs. Lots of arbitrary and unscientific stuff in that profession.

    Next, psychiatry has been in league with government since, oh, roughly sometime during WWI, I would guess. Can't count on them to keep the channels clean and clear of bad candidates. Just look at the policing industry. Cops often have to take some sort of psych eval, but look at the problems in the policing industry. Plenty of shaky individuals are getting through the psych eval net.
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    First, psychiatry doesn't work.
    That's because you have to be crazy to be a psychiatrist or a psychologist.
    And most, by far, are left wingers.
    I think that's where the phrase "left-wing wacko" came from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYKevin View Post
    Since all this mental health talk has been going around about background checks and of course senator Dianne's rant saying she is not a sixth grader all the while acting like a fifth grader. Hence proving her statement true.

    I was wondering. Why should we require any one running for an elected office get a mental health eval before they run and it be open to public inspection before we vote on them and once elected take an eval every six months? I mean they want our mental health to be part of obtaining a firearm. We should require it before they take office and during their term.

    Just a thought.
    WHAT!!! Are you crazy? Dude, you need to see a shrink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    WHAT!!! Are you crazy? Dude, you need to see a shrink.
    Hmm I may need too. lol The whole world seems to have gone crazy. I just bought two twelve packs of pop tarts. I am going to put them together and make an m 60. The foil they come in I am going to turn into ammo. Plus I can make more ammo out of my tinfoil hat kit.
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