You’d think with Obama stocking the federal courts with people who will redact the Second Amendment clean out of the Constitution, and running the numbers up for guns going to Mexico to create a pretext for a new Assault Weapons Ban, our opponents would show more gratitude than this:

Whether they want to believe it or not, Obama is their last great hope, in that, if he wins re-election, they have some. There’s a good chance they can reverse or severely limit Heller and McDonald in that instance. You’d think with that on the table, they’d just play along with the charade.

10 thoughts on “Ingratitude”

  1. I would like to know what that thing below his chin is supposed to be. It’s like Ladd was going for a soul patch and failed.

  2. They have failed on so many levels, why not add facial hair into the fail wave?

  3. They talk about him being crappy on the gun issues, (of course ignoring Fast and Furious, as usual) But who do you think they’re going to vote for in November?

    I wonder if they’re playing up “Obama is Good On Guns” just for political points.

    1. Like I said before, I think that gives the gun grabbers too much credit. They live in a Leftist fantasyland where the main problem is that the government and the Dems are not leftist enough. If only they would stop pretending and just go hard Left, the Dems would win in a landslide.

      Of course, the Dems have to pretend to be Reagan in order not to get buried.

    2. Yeah, this disappointment is all for show. Never trust what comes out of the mouth of a gun-control advocate. They are the masters of the big lie.

      They played this same game in 2008, disguising Obama’s true-blue anti-gun history. Now that Sotomayor and Kagan are safely entrenched in the Supreme Court, it’s amazing that the anti-gun movement gives no credit to Obama for that. The anti-gunners can’t be that stupid.

      Since the big-lie has been such a key part of anti-gunner public relations strategy, that fact demonstrates a consciousness that they know they can’t win the public debate on guns in an open and fair contest. If one accepts that theory, then the current whining about Obama is probably intended for public consumption, to once again lull the pro-gun voter into a false sense of security.

  4. What was that? Some sort of Gun Control Policy Conference?

    Ingratitude? Sure. But nearly as long as I have followed gun control groups and their attacks, whine and worry have long been standard protocol.

  5. Now wouldn’t that be interesting if Obama did come out in the next couple months and say something like

    “With the increase in crime in the last couple year,* I believe that congress should take strong action to reduce the number of firearms in civilian hands. If they won’t, I will work with the DOJ to see what is possible from within the Executive branch!”

    * With the recent UCR, this statement would be as valid as “The private sector is doing fine”

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