Received in an email. BE CAREFUL ABOUT ANSWERING THE VA'S QUESTIONS!

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Date: Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 5:48 PM
Subject: Fw: Attention All Veterans
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I feel fortunate to have answered "No" to V.A. questions along the lines of those below every time I have been asked at the V.A., including many such inquiries at regular physical exams.

Veterans beware! Today, part of Obama's address on gun control focused on keeping guns out of the hands of people with mental issues, including emotional disturbances that have caused people to take their own lives via suicide.

When you are routinely asked in verbal questioning at a V.A. appointment, or on a V.A. form, if you "ever feel depressed," have ever "thought about committing suicide," or similar questions, BE SURE TO ANSWER "NO." Otherwise, you may find that under Obama's new executive order(s) you HAVE LOST YOUR RIGHT TO OWN A GUN. You can then eventually expect a knock on your door (or worse) by federal agents who will have a search warrant (based on your answers and records of gun purchases), and who will take your guns away.

The speculation about the Obama administration using V.A. medical records in this way has been around for years. It is likely to soon be a reality. Sadly, unless Obama's executive order(s) are successfully challenged in the Supreme Court, many of our heroes whose only "fault" is having PTSD will lose their constitutional right to own a gun.