- He changed his mind.
- He thinks the federal role is different from the state/local one.
- He's being a politician.
- Any or all of the above.
Does it matter though, as long as he sticks with it?
Sometimes, but it's a little late for that. He's already elected. He's up for reelection in 2012, I suggest you consider his record in his first term at that time.You have NEVER taken exception to a politician clearly having two seperate positions on an issue and/or lying about his position in order to get elected?
For a politician, actions speak louder than words, don't you think?
Show a little consitency, and not give The Obama a pass for doing exactly what you took others to task for.Convenient maybe. But what exactly do you want me to do about this?
So he won't take them, yet secretly wish he could. What's the difference?
A pass for what exactly? He hasn't taken anyone's guns. How about you show some consistency and acknowledge that so far he's doing exactly what you want.Show a little consitency, and not give The Obama a pass for doing exactly what you took others to task for.
And, its not a matter of "he won't, but "right now, he cannot".
Why do you continue to try to play down The Obama's openly stated desire to ban guns?
Between someone who wants to take your guns but, at this moment, cannot do so or someone that doesn't want to take your guns, period?What's the difference?
Either you havent been paying attention, or this is is a dishonest question.A pass for what exactly?