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Response to Ted Pascoe

From: "Ross, Ken" <>
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 09:15:49 -0500
Subject: In Response to Ted Pascoe

Ted, I see you are a physician.

I'd like to see a "may-issue" licensing system to doctors. It would seem that someone with more authority should tell you who and what you can operate on and treat.

Doesn't sound so great does it?

I live in NY. It is a "may-issue" state. Because of that, the amount of corruption and disregard for public safety is enormous. I am a pistol permit holder. I have 'restrictions' on my license that do not allow me to do anything with my pistol but have it in my home and at the range.

If I were to get the restriction removed, thereby giving me a full carry permit, I'd have to "prove" why I need it. It would seem that at this point the police and a judge have more say over how I protect myself then I do. That is ludicrous.

I'm tired of lawyers, doctors and the nanny crowd telling me what I should eat, how I should speak and how I can or can't defend myself. What ever happened to the freedom of choice in this country?

Oh yeah, a doctor told me it was "no good for me".

Ken Ross

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