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(Now, I need to go buy a gun, some day.)
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I'd like to thank all the RWNJs that replied to this post. It's nice of you paranoid mental cases to identify yourselves.
Reagan closed the mental institutions so you guys could get back on the streets and vote Republican.
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Thanks, sweets, for identifying yourself as a left wing socialist.
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I'd like to thank all the RWNJs that replied to this post. It's nice of you paranoid mental cases to identify yourselves.
Reagan closed the mental institutions so you guys could get back on the streets and vote Republican.
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Reagan did close the mental institutions. This was related to changes brought about by the Community Mental Health Act that we passed during the JFK's term. ALL of the states were closing mental health instiutions (which BTW continues on to this day). California closed the most because they had the most, but the %age of beds closed was about the average for closures for the entire US> We closed something around 500,000 beds (at all levels) from early early 60s through early 80s. Still happening today (as an illustration when I started in Psych RN in '85 the unit had 40 beds. By the mid 2000s there was 14. The new hospital they are building will have NO beds. And this is the central city County General Hospital.
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If all of the states were closing mental health facilities, then how is Reagan responsible? He was president, not governor or king of the each state. And in the current discussion on gun control, where is there any evidence that access to mental health care was an issue? The mother of the nut in CT was receiving $300K a year in alimony. The CO theater nut was seeing a shrink.. The VA Tech nut had been ordered by a court to seek help and had received counseling.

Those are public hospital bed numbers. There has been a big push to not commit folks unless there is exceptional reason to do so. That isn't driven mostly by budgets or an unwillingness to provide treatment. It's driven by the ACLU and mental health professionals. I think if you look at the numbers of total beds, public and private, the numbers actually continued to increase.
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On 1/16/2013 10:15 AM, Moe DeLoughan wrote:

Moe, I know you miss the other Stooges but you must stop your insane assertions. The mental hospitals were emptied in the early 70's long before Reagan became President. No, I'm not a Republican, Republicans disgust me but Democrats are special, they horrify me. ☺
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