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What Does a Second Obama Term Mean for Gun Owners?

ex-infantry Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 8:27 AM
Is government forcing children to pray in school Constitutional? This is a straw man argument. NOBODY wants to force anyone to pray in school and you know this. Denying children the right to voluntarily pray is certainly unconstitutional. Is "No Child Left Behind" constitutional? No. Neither is the Dept. of Education. Education should be handled at the State/local level. Can the Middle East be social engineered? I'll say this as having been there (have you?) - No. Trying to do so is a waste of our time, money, and blood. And your snarky comment regarding it being free is bull, too. Everyone knows it's not free.

During the second presidential debate of 2012, President Barack Obama said, “What I’m trying to do is get a broader conversation about how we reduce the violence generally. Part of it, is seeing if we can get an assault weapons ban reintroduced.”

You can bet he meant what he said. Obama has a long history of holding anti-Second Amendment views, despite portraying himself as pro-hunter and reasonable about gun control. A second term spells trouble for law-abiding citizens wanting to exercise their right to keep and bear arms: Obama is strongly opposed to concealed carry, has supported...