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Do Doctors Know What’s Best for Our Gun Rights?

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The latest brilliant gun control measure comes from Dr. Monya De, who proposes that obtaining a firearm should be just as hard as earning your medical license:

 

“She claims that ‘assault rifles’ give people ‘the power to end many people’s lives’ and that if someone wants to own one ‘they should have to make a fantastic case for it, and the process should be highly selective’ including, but not limited to, ‘difficult tests on firearm safety, not just cursory exams’ and they should ‘write essays about why they should receive this privilege.’”

 

Nowhere in the Constitution does it say we as citizens need to jump through hoops before exercising our explicitly outlines rights. Becoming a doctor is not an easy process; however, it cannot be compared to that of obtaining a firearm.

 

To read more on this topic and other important 2nd Amendment-related issues visit nraila.org.

 

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The post Do Doctors Know What’s Best for Our Gun Rights? appeared first on Bearing Arms.

 

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