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TOPIC: Poll for gun enthusiasts: Should people with mental issues have guns
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Not sure what your angle is here, but as a strong advocate of gun rights, I say no to both rhetorical questions

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No Yes

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No Yes


 
 
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absolutely NOT

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I'll bite, and see where this goes....

No. Should not possess.

Yes. I believe they have a right to possess.

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NO the op should not be allowed to own guns. But the dangerous mentally ill belong in a hospital or facility designed to treat them.

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I'd be genuinely interested in hearing from the people who consider themselves strong advocates of gun rights. Do you think people diagnosed with serious mental health issues* should be allowed to possess guns? And a slightly different question, do you or don't you think they have a constitutionally protected right to possess guns? 

Honestly I'd prefer to hear just yes or no answers at first before any debate, but that's up to you. 

Yes or no, should they be able to possess? Yes or no, are they constitutionally entitled to possess?

*For purposes of the question, assume "serious mental health issues" means anything that has a propensity for irrational violence. If you think that definition should be stricter or looser, feel free to explain.

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