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April 09, 2013


Richard Bergerson

Now let me see if I am reading you correctly. A fellow, but later, honorable-discharge vet feels some disconnect/discontent upon or after discharge, recognizes it and asks for some adjustment help. Some shrink prescribes some mind-altering mood drugs. Either upon receipt of the prescription, or upon having it filled, the vet isn't allowed to buy, nor even retain, any "assault" weapon, nor .22 rifle or pistol or even a holster.
But his fellow former soldier, unwilling or unable to ask for any help, maybe needing help (or not), retains all his rights to every weapon available? I guess real men can't cry, nor ask for help - without losing their rights and being labeled. Flat ass hogwash! IMHO

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