If that was really true, then shouldn't the Brady Campaign, VPC, and other Joyce funded shills be demanding that vets have their driver's licenses pulled and no longer be allowed to register any vehicles (or renew plates on old ones) based on the information linked below?
The No. 1 killer of combat troops returning to the U.S. is not suicide. It’s car accidents, according to the Veterans Affairs Department.
Soldiers and Marines (and, to a lesser extent, sailors and airmen) learn to “drive to survive” in foreign battlegrounds. But those same driving skills don’t translate well to U.S. roads and are proving deadly for troops, MyFoxHouston.com reports.
According to FOX 26, USAA looked at 171,000-plus deployments, and saw "a 13 percent increase in at-fault accidents" among troops that had just returned stateside.
That's a 13 percent jump, overall, in wrecks caused by post-deployment personnel.
But the risk rises 22 percent among enlisted troops. And the increase was a startling 36 percent for individuals with three or more deployments under their belts.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/06/17/returning-troops-find-new-enemy-at-home-driving/#ixzz1y6K24TrV
The VA feels like dispensing all sorts of advice about firearms and is all hot to try and declare people prohibited persons, so why shouldn't they make a similar full-court press to remove veteran's access to "symbols" of freedom, like, oh, a car without due process?