The Tearful Dictator 

The tyrant cries.

Obama’s Proposal: The Australia Model, Which Is All About Confiscation

As Written By Ben Shapiro for Townhall:

While announcing his new slate of gun control measures designed to pave the way for a national gun registration regime, President Obama welled up in a press conference on Tuesday. He’d spent nearly half an hour berating Republicans, American voters and the National Rifle Association for their supposed intransigence in failing to embrace his executive actions. Finally, he reached up to his eyes, rubbed at them, and as tears wet his cheeks, he stated, “Every time I think about those kids, it gets me mad. … We need voters who want safer gun laws, and who are disappointed in leaders who stand in their way, to remember come election time.”

The American people, you see, have to change. They have to change because they are uncaring. And we know they are uncaring because the most powerful man on the planet weeps when he thinks of the little children.

But you don’t, do you?

We’ve now reached the apex of the Feelings Age. It no longer matter what good policy looks like. It no longer matters what the Constitution says. All that matters is that our politicians care about people like us. During the 2012 election, Mitt Romney won a wide variety of exit polls regarding policy, from leadership skill to values. But he lost the election because Obama clocked him 81 percent to 18 percent on the crucial issue of “cares about people like me.”

And now Obama has come to collect.

But he can’t do it without…….





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