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Not one more step back, Obama. Not one. There are a lot of people out there that are done backing up.

David Codrea tells Obama to bring it on. If he dare has the guts to have a speech where he even mentions the word firearm or gun.

As demanded and expected by the hierarchy of the Brady Campaign, President Obama focused on “guns†on three separate occasions in last night’s State of the Union address:

Over the last two years, we have begun rebuilding for the 21st century...

And because we have begun this work, tonight we can say that American leadership has been renewed...

And to spur on more success stories like the Allen Brothers, we’ve begun to reinvent our energy policy...

So bring on the president’s “gun control†speech. Let’s see if he’s clumsy enough to panic gun owners and create a climate of fear that will result in a swelling of ranks for “gun lobby†groups. And the other good thing about doing it this way: Maybe afterwards, he’ll take questions from the press.
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http://www.newsweek.com/2011/01/27/whit ... ntrol.html

News week seems to ask the right questions. We ALL KNEW this was coming guys. It was only time before those idiots on capital hill and in the WH hit on the topic. They thought letting the black eye go away and the soreness from the Tucson trajedy die down a little. Sorry BO, but we're not done. If you think for a second that Americans will sit idely by and allow you to twist out arms into thinking gun control is key, you gotta another thing coming.
 

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Tuesday night after the speech, Obama adviser David Plouffe said to NBC News that the president would not let the moment after the Arizona shootings pass without pushing for some change in the law, to prevent another similar incident. “It’s a very important issue, and one I know there’s going to be debate about on the Hill.â€

The White House said that to avoid being accused of capitalizing on the Arizona shootings for political gain, Obama will address the gun issue in a separate speech, likely early next month. He’s also expected to use Arizona as a starting point, but make the case that America’s gun laws have been too loose for much longer than just the past few weeks.
So they don't want to be accused of doing exactly what they're doing?
 

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phantoms said:
Tuesday night after the speech, Obama adviser David Plouffe said to NBC News that the president would not let the moment after the Arizona shootings pass without pushing for some change in the law, to prevent another similar incident. “It’s a very important issue, and one I know there’s going to be debate about on the Hill.â€

The White House said that to avoid being accused of capitalizing on the Arizona shootings for political gain, Obama will address the gun issue in a separate speech, likely early next month. He’s also expected to use Arizona as a starting point, but make the case that America’s gun laws have been too loose for much longer than just the past few weeks.
So they don't want to be accused of doing exactly what they're doing?
AND they think everyone is dumb enough that after a few weeks we will not be able to make the connection.
 

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Well... that is a couple weeks longer than most peoples attention span.
 
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