Wednesday, April 17, 2013
"All in in all, this was a pretty shameful day in Washington"--Barack Obama
"All in in all, this was a pretty shameful day in Washington."
It really is remarkable how this man can deliver his teleprompter lines, and 'keep a straight face.' Seriously, he describes the outcome of a vote on a piece of his sweet heart gun grabbing legislation going down in defeat in the U-S Senate as something shameful.
Actually, what truly is shameful is, this man cannot deliver even a teleprompter supplied script without the use of unavoidable human props. "Families who lost loved ones in the Newtown school shooting stood around him. Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head in a mass shooting, also stood by his side."
Noticeably missing from this, and any prior statements on these horrible shootings, is any mention of the Ft. Hood Texas mass murders carried out by a crazed Islamist terrorist. Fortunately Joe Biden was on hand to lend, if you'll pardon the pun, 'moral support.'
"I see this as just Round One," he added. "He blamed the defeat of the deal on "the gun lobby and its allies," saying those against the legislation "willfully lied" about its provisions." Lying was not necessary to put a stake in the heart of this evil bill. Americans have gone out of their way to humor this man, but when they finally realize that his so-called 'transformation of America' means taking away their Constitutional rights, they finally draw a line and say ENOUGH!
According to a Gallup poll, only 4% of Americans think gun control is a serious problem, so really Mister President, what is shameful is that you and your Marxist cohorts once again are wasting precious taxpayer funding, to champion a cause which in all likelihood would fade into oblivion if you and your traveling photo op side show was not given perpetual recognition.
And then we have to deal with little Hitler-like totalitarians like this billionaire freak in New York City.
After receiving word of defeat, Mayor Michael Bloomberg pontificated, "Today’s vote is a damning indictment of the stranglehold that special interests have on Washington. More than 40 U.S. senators would rather turn their backs on the 90 percent of Americans who support comprehensive background checks than buck the increasingly extremist wing of the gun lobby." Obviously the little tyke wasn't informed about the Gallup stats saying '4% of Americans think gun control is a serious problem.' Perhaps Bloomberg ought to share notes with Obama about all those 'willful lies.'
We realize this is usually not advice given to Barry (I'm holding my breath until I get it my way) Obama, but perhaps when you enter 'Round Two,' there is a process for overturning the 2nd amendment...you might try familiarizing yourself with that little bump in the road.