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32 background checks per minute since President Barack Obama took office, according to FBI statistic

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posted on Apr, 11 2013 @ 05:00 PM
32 background check per minute since President Barack Obama took office, according to FBI statistics.

Wow. Is there any further debate that Barack Obama is the best gun salesman in American history?

Whatever Obama's future historical legacy will be......he's one helluva gun salesman who deserves a bouquet of roses from each of the gun makers who provide guns for Americans.

"Divide the 70,291,049 background checks by 2,188,800 minutes and you get approximately 32 checks for gun purchases every minute!" CNS reported....

Man! By the time Obama leaves the White House, every man, woman, child and their family dog will have at least two guns at their disposal?

Everyone knows that Obama is a fabulous gun salesman. But not until I saw these statistics did it come home to roost. George Bush averaged only twenty background checks per minute: In comparison, during George W. Bush's second term, 2005-2008, the FBI conducted an average of 10.7 million background checks a year — an average of about 20 checks per minute during his term..

And how many wars started during George Bush's tenure? Yet, George Bush generated a third less number of background checks per minute than Obama.

Okay, next logical question. If Obama generates so many background come background checks haven't stopped Nidal Hasan, Adam Lanza, James Holmes and however many mass killers there have been since Obama started generating so many background checks by merely taking office?

Background checks are at new highs, but what does it mean?
The number of gun sale background checks has increased under President Obama, but only because more people are trying to buy guns. In the past 15 years, eight of the 10 busiest days came in the wake of the Newtown school shooting.

posted on Apr, 13 2013 @ 08:22 PM
So, that is 32 people per minute signing up for the national registry?

posted on Apr, 13 2013 @ 08:41 PM

Originally posted by Justacasualobserver
So, that is 32 people per minute signing up for the national registry?


why does it even matter if they have a registry?

I could have saved em a Billion dollars with a much easier system?

Officer 1 "Is he Murican"?

Officer 2"Yup"

Officer 1 "he's armed"

There's your registry

posted on Apr, 13 2013 @ 08:54 PM
reply to post by Justacasualobserver

hardly, but it is 32 law-abiding citizens per minute ... gotta wonder how fast the criminals are arming up and if Holder is still supplying them via our tax dollars ?

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