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Docs vs. Glocks August 8, 2012

Posted by The Armchair Economist in Commentary, Health Care, Medicine, Politics.
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Glad to see more politics being fought by proxy.  This time the second amendment being fought through patient care.  With the sue happy laws in Florida – I’m just waiting for that first suit where a doc gets sued by a family because they didn’t ask a depressed patient about having firearms in the house. Do gun owners really care that much about being asked? If you are a straight gun toting conservative, would you be more offended at me asking if you have MWM sex or if I ask if you have a gun in your house (to be clear: Id like to reserve the right to ask both)

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