Barack Obama

Obama’s “Common Sense” Reforms Are Just the Opposite

Two things Obama would change in America would unmake America.

America’s immigration laws and gun control laws are broken, according to Obama when he says we need “common sense reform.”  But it’s not the laws that are broken, it’s the law keepers.  America’s immigration and gun control laws work and work well.

It is Democrats who are more intent on opening the nation’s borders than in guarding them against foreign enemies that are the problem.  They are more intent on taking guns from citizens than in keeping guns from the hands of criminals and terrorists.  Obama’s “common sense” is nonsense.

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The Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, is the son of Afghan immigrants who support the Taliban.  He himself was on the FBI terror watch list.  Yet they were allowed to immigrate into the United States, and he was permitted to buy weapons.  He was born in America, but pledged his allegiance to ISIS in revenge for America bombing his “homeland” of Afghanistan.

This did not happen because our laws are inadequate, but because our laws were ignored.  Obama and the Democrats cannot be said to just be incompetent failures when they have stated their goal is to make America a borderless nation and restrict the gun rights of law-abiding citizens.  How Obama can stand in front of a microphone speak as if he is being reasonable when he is openly violating American law clearly establishes where his allegiance lies.

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