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Gun-rights advocates seem willing to consider measures

Published: Wednesday, Dec. 19 2012 11:57 p.m. MST

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Mountanman
Hayden, ID

We have all seen Obama's gun control policies in fast and furious including his executive orders to cover it up. Perhaps dozens of innocent people were murdered with guns he provided drug dealers but don't worry Democrats, your man is NEVER held accountable for his blunders, its all GWB's fault!

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

Obama is a Chicago resident. See how well gun control is carried out there.
Only the thugs have guns in Chicago. And they aren't registered or numbered.
I fear that this imperious immediacy of interest will result in the politicians rushing up the ladder...only to find that it is leaning against the wrong wall.

FT
salt lake city, UT

His bill will go no where. We have the GOP controlling the worst congress in the history of our country. The GOP's "good old boys" are bought and sold by corporations and the NRA. They'll stall and dance around the issue until America losses attention of the latest tragedy in Newtown. Outside of our military and police officers there are two types of people who need fire arms, sportsman and cowards.

The Real Maverick
Orem, UT

I am in complete agreement with the President here. Thank you. Some sensible reforms. Not exactly the repeal of the 2nd Amendment that "fair" and "balanced" media reported.

Also, where is the GOP's plan? Oh wait, they haven't any.

Just stand on the sideline and criticize.

sigh.

It's getting old. We've seen this for 4+ years and they still refuse to help.

Mountanman
Hayden, ID

@ Real Maverick. Its because Republicans know gun control laws never work, gun control laws only punish law abiding citizens and decrease their right for self protection. Criminals are criminals because the DO NOT obey laws. What makes you think they will obey more gun control laws?

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