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President's gun plan: Feel-good action that doesn't solve problem

January 21, 2013

It has been a classic trait of the current administration in Washington to make a big show of being proactive without really solving the problem....

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mikekerstetter

Jan-21-13 5:21 AM

Good Editorial.

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MrShaman

Jan-21-13 6:01 AM

"He made his push in typical Obama fashion - making sure that Congress is seen as the problem and he is seen as the visionary, dragging everyone along."

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Yes...I'm sure Mitch McConnell is extremely-upset.

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rick424

Jan-21-13 7:09 AM

Let him take it to the people and see what happens. I think the NRA will be surprised.

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USABorn

Jan-21-13 7:45 AM

"It has been a classic trait of the current administration in Washington to make a big show of being proactive without really solving the problem."

That's the way it is with everything he touches! He has accomplished NOTHING in the last 4 years except spending, vacationing, golfing, basketball, kissing the backsides of Hollywood trash, and campaigning, campaigning, campaigning.

Absolutely a worthless waste!

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MrShaman

Jan-22-13 8:44 AM

"It has been a classic trait of the current administration in Washington to make a big show of being proactive without really solving the problem."

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Yeah...sure...he's gotten so-much "help" from Mitch McConnell.

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FortySixand2

Jan-25-13 2:36 PM

Both Gallup and The Washington Post have done recent polling on every aspect of the President's proposals. Every single aspect of them is supported by better than 50% of those polled. The Post broke down their polling by party affiliation. The only item NOT supported by better than 50% of Republicans was the assault weapon ban. Even among Republican respondents, EVERY other proposal such as limited magazine capacity, universal background checks, increased mental health access, etc was supported by better than 50%.

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FortySixand2

Jan-25-13 2:38 PM

On the other hand, I remembered that Republicans don't much believe in real polls. They prefer those cooked up by Dick Morris and others at Fox "News".

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Garben78

Jan-29-13 8:36 AM

Wow I suppose after the big night club fire killing over 200 we better look to banning road flares also

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