I honestly don't know how odd this is, and I may just be grasping at straws, but this seems like a bit too much of a coincidence. This video is of the
2012 Presidential debate. Please skip ahead to 2:08 where the term assault weapon ban is mentioned. At 2:26 the word school is mentioned... basically
in the same sentence. I'm not one to look too deep into these kinds of things so I thought I'd post it here for ATS to look into it... again, I'm
probably just grasping at straws here, but it just seems weird.
Romney then continues with (less than 10 seconds):
3:23 enforce gun laws
3:26 change the culture of violence
3:32 good schools
5:50 Romney talks about pro gun and anti gun folks coming together to make new legislation (kinda like they want us to do now).
6:14 "that's what we need more of"
I'm curious how many times the term school is mentioned in this debate on gun control. Right after Romney finishes Obama goes on to mention it once
again at 6:57 and at 7:08 mentioned the term "mentally disturbed".
edit on 20-12-2012 by shelookslikeone because: (no reason given)
He was talking about "schools working" which means kids getting an education so that they would have job opportunities (and thus young adult males
unemployment not being a condition of poverty leading to crime). He was primarily speaking of his frame of reference of the Chicago area.
Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
At 2:08 "See if we can get an assault weapons ban reintroduced"
yep I knew he wanted gun bans of some kind
After 20 children get murdered with Assault weapons, can you imagine how many sides the president is being pressured from?
Personally, I don;t think this at all justifies the theories of Obama wanting to go after peoples guns. He said nothing at all for 4 years. Then a
mass killing and he addressses it. What's he supposed to do? Ignore it? He should explore an AWB at the bare minimum. 20 children were just blown
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