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Obama's Electronic Medical Records Scam

Basset Hound Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 10:07 PM
My husband has seven. They're stored in a locked cabinet. The ammo's stored separately. So would we be placed on some sort of Tea Party Potential School Shooter Terrorist List?
oneeye Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 4:14 AM
We don't have kids in the home, but sometimes have young visitors.
I love the Gun-Vaults. Secure them to something to prevent theft of the whole box. You can work the combination in the dark. Loaded pistol securely stored, but in your hand in seconds.
Twelve ga. is also an excellent choice, especially if you secure it in a clamp like the ones police use in their cars. Push a hidden button, the clamp pops open.
Roy323 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 12:28 AM
oneeye-I fully agree with your Non-answers to official queries about numbers/locations of weapons--And it WILL get worse before it gets better.
Roy323 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 12:28 AM
oneeye-I fully agree with your Non-answers to official queries about numbers/locations of weapons--And it WILL get worse before it gets better.
Roy323 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 12:25 AM
oneeye-Doesn't take a great deal of imagination; When I had children living in the home, I stored my weaponry was in a locked cabinet with ammo in an unlocked ammo box (GI type) in an adjoining closet. I could have loaded a clip within less than 30 seconds I would surmise. Nowadays, I've got a loaded 12 gage in virtually every room in the house. Nobody has been injured so far!
oneeye Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 10:33 PM
Just a quick observation:
How can you defend yourself and your home with weapons that are stored in a locked cabinet and the ammunition is strored separately?
oneeye Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 10:28 PM
You would be place on a list of those who have weapons and ammunition that need to be confiscated.
Yoour politics dno't matter.
Gun control isn't about guns -- it's about control.

Here's more evidence that government "cures" are inevitably worse than the "diseases" they seek to wipe out. Buried in the trillion-dollar stimulus law of 2009 was an electronic medical records "incentive" program. Like most of President Obama's health care rules, this top-down electronic record-sharing scheme is a big fat bust.

Oversight is lax. Cronyism is rife. The job-killing and privacy-undermining consequences have only just begun.

The program was originally sold as a cost-saving measure. In theory, modernizing record-collection is a good idea, and many private health care providers have already made the change. But as with many government "incentive" programs,...