Fellow Americans, how would you like to change for your President? After all, his better half warned you four plus years ago that Barack will require just that from his subjects. The public might overwhelmingly believe in the constitutional right to bear arms, and the Supreme Court seems to think that the Second Amendment actually means what it says, but Barack says “change!” How can we be of service?
There’s been a lot of drama in the Obama administration lately. The damsel in distress that is his Secretary of State will not testify at Benghazi hearings due to fainting, and the President himself has been crying quite a bit. He cried the night before the election, for instance. He was touched by the devotion of the low-paid workers who worked for his campaign. Barack cares. Perhaps not for Brian Terry and his family, and we all know that he’d rather hang out with fans in Vegas than deal with the fact that we have a murdered ambassador. But speaking at a vigil for the victims of the Newtown mass shooting, our President didn’t waste time shedding tears while advancing his anti-gun agenda. Mind you, that’s before any of the victims were buried.
He’s anything but shy about advancing his agenda. Four years ago, many of us considered health care the third rail, and yet Obama went in to advance the cause of nationalized health care. Shredding the Second Amendment should be trickier than passing Obamacare. For one, unlike 2008, the GOP now controls the the House. Gun ownership is popular, and it is in the Constitution, plain and simple. But I’m looking forward to seeing more of the crying Obama.