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Democratic Senator Says Obama's Gun Control Executive Orders "Wrong Headed"

McGovern Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 6:54 PM
This from the president's speech: "And by the way, that doesn't just mean from certain parts of the country. We're going to need voices in those areas, in those congressional districts, where the tradition of gun ownership is strong to speak up and to say this is important. It can't just be the usual suspects." What in the world does that mean? Who are the "usual suspects"? Gun owners? Those against the 2nd Amendment? Those for gun control?

Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota is calling President Obama's use of executive orders to push more gun control "wrong headed," saying in a recent interview there "isn't any amount of gun regulation or gun executive orders that will solve the problem of identifying people who could potentially do this [mass shootings]."

Democratic Senator Jon Tester of Montana isn't publicly supporting President Obama's calls for gun control either.

"I can't tell you whether I'm for this ban or for that ban," Tester said during a recent local news...