The Political Agitator’s response: If anyone has a problem with the following then it ain’t no need to debate them. My President put it out there and now it is up for Congress to move forward or fight against it. Time will tell.
Now this is what up! Now, following a new clutch of killings in places like Oregon, South Carolina and California last year, Obama’s public evolution on gun control may be complete. Instead of talking, he’s acting. At the White House, he unveiled a series of executive actions on guns, including expanding mandatory background checks for some private sales.
Washington (CNN) The Mr. Cool in the Oval Office rarely shows emotion.
But on one issue — guns — President Barack Obama lets the public mask slip, revealing the ire boiling within.
Before the cameras, moved by the massacres of innocents that have punctuated his presidency, Obama has wept, his voice has cracked, he’s visibly shaken with frustration, he’s lashed out at lawmakers he sees as cowards and even led a congregation in “Amazing Grace.”
On Tuesday, as he faced a room filled with parents and relatives of victims of gun violence, he stopped speaking, grew silent and wiped away the tears that began to fall when he recalled the first graders killed in a Connecticut elementary school three years ago.
“Every time I think about those kids, it gets me mad,” Obama said in the East Room of the White House. (Source: Read more)