Speaking during a town hall event at Benedict College on Friday, Obama asserted that in some places, it’s easier to buy a gun than it is “to buy a book” or “a fresh vegetable."
“And as long as you can go into some neighborhoods and it is easier for you to buy a firearm than it is for you to buy a book, there are neighborhoods where it’s easier for you to buy a handgun and clips than it is for you to buy a fresh vegetable — as long as that’s the case, we’re going to continue to see unnecessary violence,” Obama said.They're "magazines," not "clips," you ignoramus.
I shouldn't have to explain this to a "Constitutional scholar", but two of the things you spoke of, Mr. President, are ENUMERATED CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS. The 2nd Amendment says you Feds (and now the states, via the 14th) shall not infringe our rights to own (that means buy) and carry a gun. And the 2nd Amendment insures that the 1st and the others aren't breached.
Fresh vegetables are available, but they aren't protected from government infringement by our Founding document. Guns are protected from government depredations, same as printed materials are. For millions of us, guns are just the same as books.
Get over it, Obama, you traitor.
And learn this: I WILL buy and sell guns, whether or not you domestic enemies of the Constitution make null-and-void "laws" against it. (Go back and read Marbury v. Madison, you dunce-cap "Constitutional scholar.") I will, and so will MILLIONS of others. We are SICK of you perverting the Founders' Republic into your Marxist vision.
You want to see "unnecessary violence" ? A civil war would be "unnecessary violence". If you don't want one, stop pressing us, stop trying to take our birthright. If you and your minions (e.g., B. Todd Jones) keep it up, one of these days, we will have to take arms as our Founders did when the minions of the mad King George tried to take their equivalents of AR-15's and M855 . Why not avert "unnecessary violence" by leaving us the hell alone?
A final word: we will NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER disarm. Get it?