Tyranny: Obama Looking to Act ‘Administratively, Unilaterally’ on Guns
Why wouldn’t he? What’s going to happen? Is Sen. Harry Reid going to entertain articles of impeachment? Please.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Tuesday that President Barack Obama is “always” looking for opportunities to act “unilaterally” again on guns, though he would prefer to work with Congress.
White House principal deputy press secretary Josh Earnest speaks to the media during the daily news briefing at the White House, June 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
“The president’s goal is to look for opportunities to act administratively, unilaterally using his executive authority to try to make our communities safer,” Earnest said, responding to a question the day that a gunman opened fire at an Oregon high school, killing one student and injuring a teacher. “We’re always looking for those opportunities. But none of those opportunities when they present themselves is going to be an acceptable substitute for robust legislative action.”
Yep, that’ll fix it.
How about we address the mess liberalism has made of our culture? Anyone in the Obama administration want to do that? No?
Didn’t think so.
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