Don’t know if I really buy this, BUT, I will put it out. Let me get an overall opinion.
Very good information!
>> When I had my gangrene gallbladder taken out and spent 10 days in the
>> for what should have been an overnight stay, the insurance company
> kicked me
>> out. I had home nurse visits for two weeks and was asked if I had guns
> in the
>> house. I responded that if I did, I would not tell them. So the below
> has some
>> FYI, I am passing this along...there are comments from two other people
> I have
>> also been asked if we keep guns in the house. The nurse just kind of
> slipped it in
>> along with all the other regular questions. I told her I refused to
> answer because
>> it was against the law to ask.
>> Everyone, whether you have guns or not, should give a neutral answer so
>> have no idea who does and who doesn't. My doctor asked me if I had guns in
>> my house and also if any were loaded. I, of course, answered yes to both
>> questions. Then he asked why I kept a loaded gun close to my bed. I
>> answered that my son, who is a certified gun instructor and also works for
>> Homeland Security, advised me that an unloaded, locked up gun is no
>> protection against criminal attack.
>> The Government now requires these questions be asked of people on Medicare,
>> and probably everyone else. Just passing this along for your
> information. I
>> had to visit a doctor other than my regular doctor when my doctor was on
>> vacation. One of the questions on the form I had to fill out was, Do
> you have
>> any guns in your house?? My answer was None of your damn business!! So
>> it is out there! It is either an insurance issue or government
>> Either way, it is out there, and the second the government gets into your
>> medical records (as they want to under Obama care), it will become a major
>> issue and will ultimately result in lock and load!! Please pass this on
> to all
>> the other retired guys and gun owners...
>> Thanks, from a Vietnam Vet and retired Police Officer.
>> I had a doctor€™s appointment at the local VA clinic yesterday and
> found out
>> something very interesting that I would like to pass along.
>> While going through triage before seeing the doctor, I was asked at the end
>> of the exam, three questions: 1. Did I feel stressed? 2. Did I feel
>> 3. Did I feel like doing harm to someone? The nurse then informed me, that
>> if I had answered yes to any of the questions, I would have lost my
>> carry permit as it would have gone into my medical records, and the VA
>> would have reported it to Homeland Security.
>> Looks like they are going after the vets first. Other gun people like
>> law enforcement will probably be next. Then when they go after the
>> civilians, what argument will they have?
>> Be forewarned and be aware. The Obama administration has gone on record
>> as considering veterans and gun owners potential terrorists. Whether
> you are
>> a gun owner, veteran, or not, YOU"VE BEEN WARNED!
>> If you know veterans and gun owners, please pass this on to them. Be very
>> cautious about what you say and to whom.
Hello, Oly. Nice to chat with you again.
The three quotes in your OP statement have been circulated in bogus emails showing up since 2009 and early 2012. Scopes.com has declared all three are false.
It is always a good idea to check unsolicited and unsigned emails on the scopes.com web site.
I hope you are having a great day, Oly.
He doesn't care. I have pointed that out numerous times and he really doesn't care.
People just like to find information that supports their existing opinions, in general.
Happens on all sides.
I know, UW. I know. My post was really intended for readers who do care about knowing the truth.
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