Obama’s Latest Anti-Gun Nonsense and Hypocrisy

“I taught constitutional law, I know a little bit about this,” President Obama lectures us.  And then he says: “We understand there are some constraints on our freedom in order to protect innocent people.”

And the best way to protect innocent people is to assume that gun owners as a group are guilty.

I think I missed the middle step in his syllogism. And I don’t think he was crying because of the cruel necessity of trampling the Second Amendment.

I tossed out a few tweets on his speech today –


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5 Responses to Obama’s Latest Anti-Gun Nonsense and Hypocrisy

  1. The Infamous Oregon Lawhobbit January 6, 2016 at 2:19 pm #

    He needs to lead the way and have the courage of his convictions (courage being an essential part of leadership, after all) and disarm all his armed protectors. I’d also point out that teaching something doesn’t mean “got it right.” I’d like to see where this alleged Constitutional Law Professor can point to, in the Constitution, to where it’s okay to have “constraints on our freedom in order to protect innocent people.” That sounds more to me like something out of my history classes, and a gentleman by the name of Ben Franklin, IIRC, had something to say about trading liberty for security.

    Or maybe the Constitution in my ConLaw class was a different Constitution than the one he taught.

    • Jim January 6, 2016 at 2:27 pm #

      But he cried, so he deserves the power. Or so some people seem to think.

  2. The Infamous Oregon Lawhobbit January 7, 2016 at 10:31 am #

    It’s the Orwell Era. Weakness is Strength. So crying people must be stronger. And stronger people should have power – they’ll be happy to tell you that.

  3. Rocketman January 7, 2016 at 11:26 pm #

    His claim that he is a “Constitutional Law Professor” is bogus. He was a guest lecturer at a constitution law class and he was never offered a position there. (Gee, I wonder why?)
    If I have a private pilots license and have flown a 2 seat light plane like a Cessna 152 then do I have the right to call my self an “airline pilot” because I once carried a passenger?