Barack Hussein Obama II learned his lessons well when he studied about Islam while in school in Indonesia. The Islamic tenet about Taqiyya teaches Muslims that "war is deceit" and that it is a good religious practice to tell lies to one group and tell the truth to another about the same subject. He told so many lies during the 2008 campaign that no one seems to know what he really plans for our country. But one big lie he told about was his support for the Second Amendment rights for American citizens has finally been revealed in a major newspaper. On April 11th a Washington Post reporter named Jason Horowitz wrote a story in the Lifestyle section of the paper about a White House meeting on gun control that was held on March15th and near the end of the story relates about a meeting between Sarah Brady, head of the lobbying organization called the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence formally known as Handgun Control, Inc., and White House press secretary Jay Carney. Here is how Jason Horowitz reported it.
Over a barrel? Meet White House gun policy adviser Steve Croley
By Jason Horowitz, Published: April 11On March 15, two months after a deadly shooting spree in Tucson left a U.S. congresswoman in critical condition, the nation’s leading gun-control activists took seats in Room 4525 at the Department of Justice to push the Obama administration for more firearm regulation. In the hour-and-a-half-long meeting, Assistant Attorney General Christopher H. Schroeder, who has coordinated the government’s work on the issue, went around a long conference table soliciting views from representatives of the major advocacy and law enforcement groups.
But the official the advocates wanted to hear from most stayed mostly quiet.
The silence of Steve Croley, the White House’s point man on gun regulation policy, echoes the decision by Democrats to remain mute on guns as a national issue, even in the wake of the Tucson rampage. Croley’s keep-your-head-down approach is in keeping with President Obama’s preference for low-key wonks, but in this case, his reticence has more to do with political reality: Democrats have no plans for serious gun-control initiatives, and the Gabrielle Giffords tragedy, as heart-rending as it was, hasn’t changed their minds.
Then on the third page of his story, Jason Horowitz writes:
On March 30, the 30th anniversary of the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, Jim Brady, who sustained a debilitating head wound in the attack, and his wife, Sarah, came to Capitol Hill to push for a ban on the controversial “large magazines.” Brady, for whom the law requiring background checks on handgun purchasers is named, then met with White House press secretary Jay Carney. During the meeting, President Obama dropped in and, according to Sarah Brady, brought up the issue of gun control, “to fill us in that it was very much on his agenda,” she said.
“I just want you to know that we are working on it,” Brady recalled the president telling them. “We have to go through a few processes, but under the radar.”
So now we know the cat is out of the bag. Rumors have been circulating for months from gun groups that Obama has no interests in the last two Supreme Court decisions that upheld the Second Amendment rights of Ammerican citizens. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has given the US approval to a United Nation's small arms treaty and Obama has the White House working "under the radar" to take care of "a few processes" that they don't want anyone to know about right now.
I recently read that part of the reason why Obama's popularity poll was dropping was because he had disappointed many of his left-wing supporters by not bringing about as many changes as he said he would. Well, I'm sure the Communist Party, USA and the Democratic Socialists of America will be very pleased when Obama gets around to announcing the results the processes he worked out on gun control. These groups were his biggest supporters in 2008. History shows us you can't take over a country until you first disarm the people.