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President Obama claimed Monday that a "consensus" is forming around the kinds of gun control measures he's pushing in Washington.
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In my experience, Graden, politicians in general do not have common sense. 
Weren't we supposed to get his proposal by Thursday... a few WEEKS ago?
Politicians never stop campaigning...especially if your trying to become a dictator
Check the polls even republicans are getting behind sensible gun law. To borrower Dick Cheney phrase "Only the dead enders are holding this up"
He's got almost 4 years to figure out how to cancel out that pesky 2-term law.... priorities, come on
Excellent work team-Obama, with all of your committees, councils, teams, and meetings!  We're so lucky to have such a smart and hard-working government that can solve all our problems for us!
Creating all this consensus must surely be cause for another vacation.
What was Einstein's quote? Problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.
Mike H.
What consensus?
I wondered if that had a recoil, even I would'nt hold it like that
Majority of Americans Now Believe Government is a Threat to Our Rights
On February 23rd, gun rights activists all across the country are mounting what they call the Day of Resistance- a day filled with rallies and protests all across the country, put on by organizers and groups who fear that government overreach threatens their Second Amendment rights.

And they aren’t the only ones…

According to a recent comprehensive Pew Research Center poll, 53% of Americans now believe that the government is a threat to personal rights. 43% disagree. A whopping three-in-ten believe that government constitutes a major threat.

According to Politico:
“Men are more likely than women to believe their rights are under attack, and Republicans (70 percent) are far more likely than Democrats (38 percent) to say so. Three-quarters of conservative Republicans say so, as do 55 percent of independents. And as President Barack Obama begins a legislative push for stricter gun control laws, 62 percent of those with a gun in the home believe their rights are threatened, compared to only 45 percent of non-gun owners.
And even Americans who don’t feel threatened by Washington distrust the government and are frustrated with it. Only 26 percent of Americans believe the government does the right thing most or all of the time, and 73 percent think it does the right thing rarely or not at all.”
He has lied about so many things (or is that everything), why should we think he would not lie about this?
Consensus, you know, Hi, I'm the president and this is my panel who agrees with me: Mr. Pillow, Mr. Couch, Mr. armchair, Mr. Desk, Dr. Coffeecup. 
Consensus achieved, problem solved!  You're welcome America...

Firing a blank shotgun round 1 time in his life makes him an expert.
The consensus is Obama is an idiot, and anybody who supports him is the same.
Spencer, he's a moron, but as long as we are still free, we need to allow other's to speak freely.
I'm not stopping anyone from speaking.  Obama is an idiot, and people who support him are too.
+ImpeachOmama2014 Your statement is true somewhat... not because of 2nd Amendment(ironically the only amendment some get pissed over) but the other amendments are being thrown under the bus and majority of the American people don't seem to care
Maybe you are an idiot for you blind hatred of Obama
It's not blind at all, I have very specific reasons.  
Lets start with our declining GDP and 7.9% unemployment while he runs around wanting to ban guns that won't solve any real problems.
Paris Mosley - I asked Mr. Scott to be nice, that also means you can't insult him. This is what Obama does, he divides us w/anger!
Obama says the common citizen doesn't consider the GDP, really?
If you check why the GDP fell 0.01 it was because of not spending( in this case on Defense). Maybe the foolish European ideal of austerity will stop and we can get back to investment in our economy. Second unemployment went up because the participation rate went up ( i.e more people is confident the job market and now the are getting back in.) Obama is trying to solve problems but the idiot GOP members are getting in his way
That idioted GOP understands why the Dept. of  Defense (which I worked in most of my life) needs to be funded, without the Defense of this country, how long would it last?
We all are passionate or we wouldn't be here, but we must talk openly, maybe our gov't will catch on...)
Well I don't think we need to spend more money then the largest top 10 countries in this world when 90% are friendly countries. I guess that is the form of government spending you can support? So you is for welfare when it is applied to the defense department, but not when it is too individuals who are starving. Make no mistake we spend extra on the defense department to feed those greedy ass Defense contractors. At least McCain had the balls to go after them.
a little harsh Paris, but you make good points, that's all I'm saying, respect and debate.
He just makes up that there is a consensus.   The media reports it.   Then its all true.
The state of America and the unemployment was caused by the Bush administration. 
We had to put up with your idiot. Now let's do some good things for a change.
Bill Clinton was the one that pushed to sell the houses to people that could not afford them.
Why are Freedom and Liberty such a hard sell to the American people?
Jon Dye
People, it's time to stop blaming other people. 

We got ourselves here, and we can get ourselves out of here and to where we want to be.
Kamie you did that by electing Obama. Wake up. THis is a good thing. Not a bad one.
And how are you all helping to get us out of the situation we are in and where we want to be? Serious question, not being rude. 
Jon Dye
I think everybody pretty much wants the same thing (generally speaking) but we all tend to disagree about the best ways of getting there.

Step 1 would be to recognize that.
Jon Dye
The consensus is that the Democrat Party is again trying to disarm the nation. They really don't want to do that.
Exactly. HE is elected by the people.
Maybe team obummer can spend a little $ metal detectors and security at schools instead of sending all of our tax dollars to China. I will keep my guns Mr Oblubber just to protect myself and my family from idiots like you.
+David Jenson You really compare Obama to hitler? How ignorant you are. Wake up Americans. The world is ashamed
+David Jenson The people voted to give Hitler dictatorial power as well with 90% approval in the plebescite to make him both head of government and state.
Wow nice words. And what is it that you do for your country exactly? You should be put away for your hate mongering words. GO ahead take out your guns and shoot someone...
A consensus? Of whom is he speaking? I don't support any new gun laws. If they asked me, I'd say enforce what you have.
Wonder if he'll give up his bodyguard's guns, then.
I wouldn't if I was him with all the crazy rednecks in the US. 
+David Jenson Correct, Hitler at least had a brilliant economist working for him named Hjalmar Schacht, who stabilized the German Mark and instituted the recovery programs often attributed to Hitler, such as the autobahn. many of his measures were copied by Roosevelt. Schacht opposed the military buildup and the persecution of Jews and was removed from position in 1937. During the war he was implicated in the 1944 plot to kill Hitler and wound up in Dachau concentration camp. After the war he was tried in Nuremburg for "crimes against peace" for his work in the German government.
Schacht was brave enough to stand up against his country's leaders when they were wrong and he paid for it, something none of the current American regime's members are capable of.
Crazy rednecks? Crazy because we are passionate about our firearms rights? The one that protects all the other rights? If that is crazy so be it.
Like I said before, enforce the laws you have on the books, and then if you can show results, we can talk about new ones. Seems reasonable and fair.
+Paris Mosley
Now you got this going on Rove and Obama, Sitting in a Tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G, …! Were you really surprised when you learned of the war initiated by Karl Rove against the TEA Party Movement and other conservatives within the ‘Grand Old Party’?  Doesn’t he dance at the direction of the same puppeteers that Obama and all of the other anti-conservatives do?  All his declaration of war does is confirm the depth of the elites and/or Communists within the Republican Party.  To paraphrase a playground song,

Rove and Obama,Sitting in a tree,
K-I-S-S-I-N-G (puppeteers’ butts),
First comes money,Then come votes,
Then come citizen/taxpayers,By their throats
+SEBASTIANO GRASSO To be a fascist one would have to believe in a totalitarian form of government. I doubt they do at FOX. This would seem to be more in keeping with the democratic party and it's supporters.
"I ask, Sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them."
George Mason
"Those who hammer their guns into plowshares will plow for those who do not."
Thomas Jefferson
"They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Ben Franklin 
"This year will go down in history. For the first time, a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead into the future!" 
Adolph Hitler
57% Say Economic Concerns Bigger Threat Than Terrorists, Military Attack: While politicians in Washington wrangle about the new secretary of Defense and a reduction in growth of the military budget, most voters see economic concerns as a much bigger threat to the nation. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 57% of Likely U.S. Voters believe economic challenges represent the biggest threat to the United States. Half as many (27%) see terrorist attacks as the biggest threat. Only six percent (6%) believe the biggest concern comes from conventional military attacks
57%? 57%? really? wow, yeah the economy effects every single tax payer out there, problem is the idiots in Washington fiddling with the economy. Stop playing with things you don't understand. You've bailed Chrysler out twice in my life time, look how well that worked out. Come to think of it, General Motors too. You think I'm kidding? Take a look at military truck fleets over the last 25 to 30 years. There were Dodge trucks when they were bailing our Chrysler, there were Chevrolet trucks when they were bailing out General Motors. Hardly ever see a Ford in those fleets. Know why? They never took any bail out money. Crony capitalism.
This looks like cbs and nbc s poster boy he is a liar and a socailist
+Guy Bouchard Who cares if the world is ashamed.  The world should be.  The world is trying to destroy a truly free country.  They should be ashamed.
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