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Obama Talks Gun Control

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/obama-urges-tighter-backg...

"A lot of gun owners would agree that AK-47s belong in the hands of soldiers, not in the hands of criminals -- that they belong on the battlefield of war, not on the streets of our cities," - Barack Obama

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The actual purpose of the 2nd amendment is so that

citizens do have AK47's on the streets of America so that they can be used against tyrannical government.

The war on drugs, just like prohibition of alcohol, is much more responsible for AK47's being in the hands of criminals on the streets than any other cause. End the war on drugs and criminal gangs will have less purpose to exist. Then we will only be left with the criminal gang that occupies the seats of power in Washington, DC.

I notice Obama also said he wanted to end violence. Maybe he should start with ending the violence the US government commits all around the world and against US citizens here at home.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.

Um, 4 words Mr. President,

OPERATION FAST AND FURIOUS

..."they belong on the battlefield of war"... Well, Mr. President, thanks to you signing the NDAA, the "homeland" IS THE BATTLEFIELD!

Our "cherished national heritage" is to PRESERVE LIBERTY!

I've seen enough abuse of power and false flags to be convinced that it is time for communities/neighborhoods to form, in the tradition of our Founding Fathers, minutemen. These minutemen should be equipped with the essentials and begin practicing regularly in a prominent public place.

In response to the atrocity of the Aurora theater shooting, everyone that can should purchase a gun, learn how to use it, and start openly carrying-PERIOD!

Is he advocating removing automatic weapons from the police?

Given his predilections, I wouldn't think so, but it's a reasonable interpretation of his statement.