Why Obama’s Innocuous-Sounding Executive Orders Could Go Horribly, Horribly Wrong

Posted on January 20, 2013 3:00 pm

If you just read the plain text of Obama’s executive orders on guns, they sound like wishy-washy bureaucrat-speak for “let’s shuffle papers and look busy until everyone forgets about Sandy Hook”.

For example:

“Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal agencies to make relevant data available to the federal background check system.”

OO! Write a memo!

Man, if I were going to butcher innocents, that would be just the ticket to stop me in my tracks.

However, Apocalypse Cometh [High Praise!] popped the Red Pill and looked at the absolute worst-case scenario these orders could lead to. Like this one:

“Address unnecessary legal barriers, particularly relating to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act that may prevent states from making information available to the background check system.”

Aahh, here we start to see where this going. Ever had an experience with the mental health system? Take psychotropics? Even if you have a completely clean record, look for any evidence of either to make you ineligible for gun ownership. This executive order eviscerates the Doctor client privilege when it comes to mental health professionals. Considering how many people are on those poisons, it makes is extremely more difficult for people who might need some protection that much harder to obtain.

He goes through the whole list, and if you’re not feeling rattled by the time you finish, then you don’t understand how government works. It’s always a camel’s nose under a tent that’s pitched on a slippery slope.

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7 Responses to “Why Obama’s Innocuous-Sounding Executive Orders Could Go Horribly, Horribly Wrong”

  1. Rayfan87 says:

    The main blogger made a good point, but once the comments started talking about Sandy Hook being a false flag operation, I had to leave.

  2. D-lo says:

    Don’t forget every VET who has ever claimed or been diagnosed with PTSD. Because any vet who served under the EEVIIL BOOSH and his war for oil, or daddy’s revenge, or, hell I cant keep up any more is damaged goods. Or at least that’s what Medea Benjamin thinks. Prevent possession of weapons from those with training makes it a lot easier to collect the rest.

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  4. Denise says:

    Don’t forget anyone who has been diagnosed with and are being treated for ADHD or has ever had a bout of depression. It’s amazing how slippery that slope could get.

  5. Bill Powell says:

    Thank you kind sir for the linkage.

  6. Son of Bob says:

    If Janet Napolitano can label conservatives as “terrorists,” she can certainly label anyone as being “mentally ill.” Final sign of the inmates running the asylum.

  7. 4of7 says:

    When the Soviets wanted to improve their image in the US (they needed our wheat) they stopped sending dissidents to labor camps and started sending them to mental hospitals instead, on the grounds that anyone who was dissatisfied with the glorious workers paradise must be Crazy.
    Don’t think they’re not thinking about it.

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