By Tom Knighton
I’ve been pretty down on the American Medical Association and anti-gun doctors for a while. Honestly, it’s taken a concerted effort on my part to remember that not all doctors support this kind of nonsense. After all, the anti-gun doctors get the headlines while groups like Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership barely get mentioned.
I respect doctors. I count several as friends and who do I go see if I feel bad? That’s right, a doctor.
Doctors are a vital part of our society.
Now, the mayor of Boston wants to force them to ask whether or not you have a gun in your home.
A glimpse of your upcoming doctor visit:
As you grimace uncomfortably during the prostate exam, your doctor casually asks, “Oh, by the way — do you own a gun?
How many? Is there one in your house?” Startled, you jump (big mistake) and say, “Why are you asking me that?”
“Oh, I have to,” the doctor says as she takes one last pass over your prostate. “It’s mandated by law.”
That, my friends, is the future Mayor Marty Walsh envisions, not just for Boston, but for the entire state of Massachusetts.
Mayor Walsh’s legislative agenda for the city includes a bill …Read the Rest
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