Obama Wants Americans To Do The Work On Gun Control


With most politicians, this would be a heartfelt speech on getting everyone involved to fix an issue. With Obama’s history, this is outsourcing the issue while ducking any work himself

(Politico) President Obama urged Americans to keep pushing for efforts to combat gun violence, as he thanked hundreds of thousands of people for voicing their concerns to the White House over the course of the week since the Newtown shooting.

“We hear you,” Obama said in a web video released Friday morning, responding to the more than 400,000 people who have signed a collection of petitions on the White House’s We the People website urging a swift response to the Dec. 14 massacre.

“You’ve started something and now I’m asking for you to keep at it,” he said. “I’m asking for your help to make a real, meaningful difference in the lives of our communities in our country and make sure the United States of America is a safer, stronger place for our children to learn and to grow.”

There you go, Liberals/Progressives/Democrats: Obama has given you your marching orders. Give up your own guns.

Call out the vast liberal entertainment industry that makes violent movies and TV shows that feature murder and guns.

Call out the video game industry that glorifies murder and guns.

Call out Obama for surrounding himself with people who carry guns, including automatic assault weapons.

But, mostly give up those guns you use for protecting yourself and your families from criminals who couldn’t care less about laws and often use guns obtained illegally to rob, injure, and kill people (doing those things are also against the law, just to be clear).

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