Repeat after me: Just say no.


The proper response to a medical professional asking if you have guns in the home is a simple “no.” No sly glance. No angry tone. Just a simple no. Every gun owner in America needs to follow these instructions.

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24 Responses to Repeat after me: Just say no.

  1. DarthJay says:

    I assume this has to do with one of the proposed regulations and/or executive orders signed by King Obama today? (I’ve been busy and not able to keep up with the news so much)

  2. RUDE JUDE says:

    So the doctor would be breaking the law just by asking that wouldn’t he? Either way, it goes without saying to just say no.

    • notamobster says:

      I understand why no one should get indignant, or give any answer but “no”.

      I hate having to hide the fact that I exercise my rights! I’m not good at biting my tongue. Good thing I don’t often go to the doctor.

  3. Bman says:

    “Do you have a gun in your home?”

    “NoOOOoo! Do you have any more of that lube?”

  4. James says:

    I’m sure, that some will answer with some anger. And others will just answer “No”. And some will tell them, that it is none of their damn business. And I’m sure that some will answer “Yes”. It will be interesting to see how all of this BS plays out.

    • R.D. Walker says:

      Obamacare includes electronic databases. Don’t say yes. Don’t say “none of your business.” Just say no.

      • notamobster says:

        I worry that any hostile response could be twisted to show mental instability or inclination toward anger, unfit to own, etc.

        • GomeznSA says:

          Yep – that would definitely be an ‘indicator’. Sort of like the vets who are going thru extensive rehab who give a POA to a relative to temporarily manage their finances have subsequently been stripped of their right to own firearms due to being ‘mentally unstable’. This is one of the slippery slope areas with a high potential for abuse……………

  5. Tatersalad says:

    Funny how a doctor is asked to break his patient to doctor privacy but the lawyers still have the lawyer to client privilege.

    Every Senator and Congressmen that support any part of this BS Executive Orders should be replaced if they are running for re-election in two years. If they support this then they have no interest in protecting you in the future.

  6. vanagram says:

    I think we should just repeatedly reply with questions of our own.

    Doc: Do you have a gun in your home?

    Patient: Do you beat your wife?

    Doc: What? I’m sorry — I was just asking if you had a gun in your home…..?

    Patient: And I was just asking if your daughter is pregnant. Is she?

    Doc: Huh? You’re not understanding me. You see, with this medication, it would be helpful for us to know if you have easy access to a firearm. Do you?

    Patient: Well, as the one taking this medication, it would be helpful for me to ask if you masturbate in morning or the evening? Do you?

    Doc: I think you’re missing the point. I am just asking questions that are on this form.

    Patient: I see. I am just asking questions in my head. We both have our sources I guess.

    And so on.

  7. Doc says:

    Geo. W. began Electronic Medical Records. obama Implimented it. Michelle Malkin did an article lare last month on it. It is nothing more than information harvesting. Just say no. Same with smoking & alcohol use.

  8. MAC says:

    For the last – I don’t know how many years, when you see a military doctor; they ask an entire invasive laundry list of questions about you, your work, your family relations, your home, et cetera. I have had to opt out of the invasion of my privacy at every visit. My chart has been noted to say that I opt out. And yet with each visit, they ask again. Whether there are guns in my house or not will just be another question in the list that they do not need an answer to. Too bad.

  9. vamd says:

    This doctor will never ask this question of any of his patients.

  10. Dave J says:

    Maybe its just me…but I do not care much for being lectured on the safety of children by a guy that opposed the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, sells F-16s to the Muslim Brotherhood all while ignoring the fact that his underlings have provided some 2,000 weapons of the type that he feels law abiding US citizens should not own, to violent narco trafficing criminals.

    • Doc says:

      …don’t forget a DEAD U.S. Boarder Patrol Agent AND Over 200 DEAD Mexican Citizens due to this criminal’s giving the Mexican Drug Cartels G-U-N-S ! ! !

  11. Mike says:

    I could not disagree more with the premise of just saying no. The answer is not to participate and politely refuse to answer the question. If they have you lying and hiding then they win as well. By refusing to take part in the study you acknowledge the unconstitutional nature of the government intrusion into your healthcare. That goes for the same when they continue to regulate and restrict firearms. Then answer then is not to lie and bury them. Remember “if its time to bury them, it’s time to dig them up!”

    • R.D. Walker says:

      I don’t think that monkey wrenching the system is really “taking part in the system” but I see your point. That said, it would be pretty cool of 100 percent of gun owners just said no.

  12. BrunDawg says:

    Can I get a prescription for one?

  13. dukkaA says:

    Already coaching my kids on this…when the Dr. ask..