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BREAKING: Senate Kills Major Gun Legislation

EducationSuperStar Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 12:55 PM
President Obama deserves to lose this one. He trotted the Newtown folks on cameras, and the news people asked questions like "What does this bill mean to you"?, and "How does this make you feel"? Very soft and cuddly. They should have asked them what is your opinion on armed guards in schools? Would you vote for that? Or, what do you think about our mental health or disability services in the US? Are they satisfactory? How about the family structure? Is it strong enough? Seriously Newtown people? Your experience was tragic and evil, and the best you can come up with to defend your kids is background checks?
gstephens Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 5:28 PM
Obama can only cry "Wolf!" so many times before even his supporters begin to ignore his rhetorical ranting. He talks too damned much and says too damned little!
dbusener Wrote: Apr 18, 2013 3:57 PM
You are are correct. Obama and all other liberals are scumbag Marxists. In Utah, parents and teacher are permitted in k-12 school buildings and grounds with a concealed permit. I know many teacher, faculty and staff who are armed every day for the last 15 years. No shootings in UT. It works. Same in AZ with principles' permission. So, the proof exists. They won't ask those questions because it goes against their Marxist doctrine, not logic and common sense. Please remember, no one 'deserves' a win against the Constitution. thanks.

Much of the drama has already dissipated; most of these amendments will fail.  The Toomey/Manchin bipartisan compromise appears to be dead in the water, with Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) pounding home the final legislative nails earlier today. USA Today has a useful primer on what to expect this afternoon and evening, including the items liberals will be watching most carefully:

- The Public Safety and Second Amendment Rights Protection Act (Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and three co-sponsors): The compromise background check provision expands background checks to gun shows and...

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