Here's what's you missed in Obama's Anti-Gun conference today (Video)

Obama's Anti-Gun Speech

“… If there’s even one life that can be saved, then we’ve got an obligation to try.”

Stirring words from President Obama’s press conference held earlier today on his plans to “make Americans safer” by further infringing upon their Constitutional Rights.

President Obama signed 23-items today to further infringe upon your Constitutional Rights. Here are some of the points he bought out in his speech:

  • Keep guns out of the hands of criminals by “strengthening the background check system”
  • Help schools hire more resource officers “if they want them”
  • Help schools
  • Help mental health professionals reporting threats of violence
  • Centers for Disease Control will be funded to help reduce gun violence (in the context of violent video games)
  • “Universal background check for anyone wanting to buy a gun”
  • Claims private gun sales or transfers are somehow “unsafe”
  • 10-round limit on magazines
  • Prohibit the sale of “assault-style rifles”
  • Claims Ronald Reagan, in 1994, urged Congress to support a ban on the manufacture of military-style “assault weapons”
  • Calls for the confirmation of Todd Jones to the Directorship of the BATFE
  • “Put more cops back on the job, and back in the streets”
  • Implied that the sunset on the Clinton Assault Weapons Ban somehow cost lives (even though Columbine took place while that ban was in place)
  • “We have to examine ourselves and our hearts and ask ourselves what is important”
  • One half a billion dollars
  • “Ask them what’s more important: doing whatever is necessary to get an A-grade from the gun lobby, or the peace of mind of a parent dropping off their 1st grader”
  • Is anyone else noticing that all the places President Obama is mentioning (Columbine, Aurora, Virginia Tech, etc.) were all places where firearms for self-defense were prohibited?

“… If there’s even one life that can be saved, then we’ve got an obligation to try.”

Let me turn those tables and ask this… look at all these cases where a Good Guy with a Gun was able to save a life, if there’s even one life that can be saved by arming more civilians, don’t we have an obligation to try?

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