then the Army is screwed:
If I'm a Soldier exercising my Second Amendment right, I'm apparently now considered a terrorist by the powers that be.
Last time I checked military members are military members 24/7.
Last time I checked they should be proficient with their tools.
Last time I checked, firearms are the tools of a Soldier.
Last time I checked, Nidal Hasan walked onto a military base, carrying a weapon and killed a dozen Soldiers and civilians. His weapon wasn't registered. I guess we're allowed to call him a terrorist now? The PC ban on calling that camel fucking scumbag a terrorist is over?
Oh, of COURSE not; the politicians in uniform won't stand for that! But calling a serving troop who doesn't register a personal firearm a terrorist? Well, that's just fine!
Which makes the politicians in uniform fit right in with DHS and Napolitano
Pointed to by War on Guns