REMOVE. There is nothing whatsoever in the bill that mandates people's lifestyles, gun ownership, or anything like that. Anyone who told you this is lying through their teeth.
I am not for the health care bill for many reasons, but let's not add things that have nothing to do with gun control. People who say this have their own agenda and are trying to get the gun lobby to talk more about this.
If you are upset about the government's big spending, I'd focus on this, social security, defense budget and join the www.lp.org
jimd_21 wrote:Just a though.....Would love to here some opinions...
With the passing of the health care bill, could that affect gun owners? They could state that guns in the home could be harmful to your health or your families health....the examples they would use would be irresponsible gun owners leaving their guns were their children can have access and have an accidental shooting....or taking the gun to school. Or when their is an accidental discharge when handling or cleaning the gun and someone is hurt. All these scenario's would lead to a emergency room visit, affecting the cost of health care. This idea was brought to my attention and i could see this being a real possibility.
Would love to hear other opinions.