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Published: Thursday, July 26 2012 8:16 p.m. MDT

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Cottonwood Heights, UT

Learn from history, especially when dealing with Obama. On virtually every issue, he issues grand pronouncements that say one thing, then promptly sets about doing the exact opposite. And he works very hard to keep his fingerprints off the actions so he can have "plausible deniability."

This week there will be a UN "Arms Trade Treaty" brought up for vote, and that is just the vehicle for Obama to deliver the "under the radar gun control" action he has quietly promised to that special interest group to get their votes

Of course, he will say HE did not do it, but we "really should do precisely what the enlightened UN members agreed to" and try to implement as much as possible by executive order. Even though it is clear that the U.S. Senate will NOT ratify the treaty. Nor is there any evidence that a ratified UN treaty would abolish pre-existing rights recognized by the U.S. Constitution.

So, when the White House says there will be "no push for new gun laws" we know that is exactly what they are scheming to implement.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

Go the exact opposite on every issue?

Do we still have 30k troops in Iraq?
Did we pull half our troops out of Afghanistan?
DADT?
Osama Bin Laden?

No. I think rather some people try to villify our President.

Since, it has been 3 years Obama has been in office.

And he has not take your guns.

As some have claimed in 2008.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Switzerland has the lowest crime and murder rate in the world. It's their law that every citizen owns a gun.

Obama wants to lower our crime rate, so he would never take our guns.

Look at the low crime rate in Chicago. opps! People can't have or buy fire arms there. In a months time, they over doubled the murders compared to the Colorado theater.

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