Re: NRA pushes bill to rein in adoption agencies
- From: "RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net>
- Date: Thu, 05 Nov 2009 18:23:30 -0600
"RM v2.0" <Blah@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
"Klaus Schadenfreude" <klausschadenfreude@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
In talk.politics.guns "RM v2.0" <Blah@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The issue flared up in Brevard County where a gun-owning coupleCant they "just say no" on the form?
took umbrage at a request from the Children's Home Society that
they disclose if they had firearms before adopting a child.
you mean lie? I suppose they could.
I had a doctor ask my daughter that during an exam and she did as she
was told and said "no". Doctor asked me and I told her it was none of
her damn business. Changed doctors.
I would tell my doctor that when they will sign off on me performing
neuro surgery, I will assume his expertise on firearms. However, she has
no problem with my firearms. She isn't quite to the point of taking
lessons from me, but.......
Sleep well tonight,
RD (The Sandman)
Let's see if I have this healthcare thingy right. Congress is to pass
a plan written by a committee whose head has said he doesn't understand
it, passed by a Congress that hasn't read it, signed by a president who
hasn't read it, with funding administered by a Treasury chief who didn't
pay his taxes because he didn't understand TurboTax, overseen by an obese
Surgeon General and financed by a country that's nearly broke.
What could possibly go wrong?
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