It seems that both sides of the gun control discussion are bringing up the issue of mental health concerns and gun ownership. Let's say that a law is passed that has something to do with mental health of an individual that is above the current law. Exactly how would increased surveilance for the mental health of a gun buyer or owner occur? The only way that I can see, other than the current requirement of incarceration or court determination of mental health, is to monitor the physician/therapist/phychiatrist relationship. Possibly go as far as to depend on classmates, neighbors, school administrators, or family members for information on the perceived mental health of people they know or observe? I don't have any answers and don't know how any such legislation would be enforced. If debaters are going to advocate mental health as a discussion point, you think they would have thought it through. I just can't see any scenarios in law that can reasonably be implemented without serious breeches of the constitution. Anyone else see a scenario that's reasonable and actually does something except makes people feel that they've done something, even if it's useless and most likely counterproductive?