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Old 07-02-2013, 05:03 AM   #1
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Sign this petition to put the President on equal security footing with our nations most valuable assets and resources, our children.

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I would suggest that the President like all other citizens get a concealed carry permit and a nice pistol. Oh! Sh&t that won't work. He can not pass a back ground check. You have to prove you are a U.S.Citizen.

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I would suggest that the President like all other citizens get a concealed carry permit and a nice pistol. Oh! Sh&t that won't work. He can not pass a back ground check. You have to prove you are a U.S.Citizen.
He's the president, he can do whatever he wants right?
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He's the president, he can do whatever he wants right?
Tricky Dick thought that too,.
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That could be considered entrapment!

Didja sign guys?

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He's the president, he can do whatever he wants right?
Seems to me he at least considers himself to be above the law, thus entitling him to do what ever he wants.
Sadly Obummer isnt the only one to forget the part of his oath of office that says he swears to uphold the constitution, not change it to, among other things, outlaw firearms and make illegals citizens.

Where does the ultimate blame lie? with the voters. Too many people have forgotten its the citizens that are supposed to run the government, and not the other way around.
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I have no problem with his security, but the government needs to 'trust' us with our 'right' to be armed and to defend ourselves. Just leave us to heII alone!!!

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I have no problem with his security, but the government needs to 'trust' us with our 'right' to be armed and to defend ourselves. Just leave us to heII alone!!!
That is exactly the point. The government is forcing the citizens to not protect our own children in their schools. If its good enough for our children then its good enough for the President.
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As a resident of the District of Columbia, he COULD get a permit to KEEP a handgun there at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, but he cannot get a permit to CARRY. DC don't do concealed, ya know.

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Military on duty are usually exempted from restrictions about carrying and types of firearms used.

He's the head of the military, he could carry whatever he wanted.

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