Originally Posted by jbmid1
OK Rental guy, I take your false and double double down with two articles.
The first is by a lawyer in Washington state who advises veterans not to even seek counseling from doctors who might be able to give information to federal agencies.
The second is Janet Napolitanos mumbled apology if you are willing to accept it.
But if you want to to trust the government to continue to maintain your constitutional rights, go right on ahead.
I am a 100%, Permanent and Total, Disabled Veteran, with a 30% rating for a "mood disorder due to a general medical condition." I have held these ratings or several years now. I also buy several guns a year, and no one has ever, EVER tried to deny me my 2A rights, because I have never been "Adjudicated as a mental defective." There is a HUGE difference in having a diagnosis, and meeting the criteria to have your rights trampled on. The lawyer that you posted is flat wrong. Having a degree and a title does not make you a expert. Having the education, and the life experience in a particular area does. That's all I'll say on that.