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Obama agenda for 2016
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So, this is just word on the street...comes up on an Internet search on several sites but nothing I consider reputable enough to post here.

But supposedly, Obama is toying with the idea of reparations for slavery in 2016.

Also, recently in a speech he applauded Australia's gun laws, which amounted to basically a forced buyback program. Which has some people surmising he may try to implement that here.

Obviously, the Supreme Court won't be any help, after this week. Nor the Republican congress.

We are so screwed.
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#2
Okay, working on a few links....


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/17...87020.html

Quote:The city of Chicago is proposing a $5.5 million reparations package for those who suffered under the ruthless rule of police commander Jon Burge from 1972 to 1991. Backed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the plan would supply victims with free college tuition, counseling for drug abuse and psychological issues, and include a formal apology from the city, according to the Chicago Tribune.

While the plan appears to be an attempt to reckon with part of the city's less-than-spotless past, Thursday evening Fox Business Network's Charles Payne said he's afraid nationwide slavery reparations might be next.

"The news in my mind is a glimpse of really much bigger news that is going to come from the White House," he said. "I think that there’s going to be an official apology from the White House for slavery in America and then there's going to be a major push to get cash. And I’m talking lots of cash.”

Payne, who is black, argued that it would be counterproductive to dwell on the tragedies of the past. He speculated that President Obama would make his push for slavery reparations next year.



http://bearingarms.com/obama-wishes-for-...civil-war/

Quote:In an interview with comedian Marc Maron that aired Monday, President Obama cited Australia’s gun laws as an example the United States should follow. Australia established strict gun control in response to a massacre in Tasmania that left 35 people dead in 1996. Since then, Australia hasn’t witnessed any mass shootings.

“It was just so shocking the entire country said, ‘Well, we’re going to completely change our gun laws’, and they did. And it hasn’t happened since,” Obama said, discussing the shooting deaths of nine people at a historic black church in Charleston last week.

Predictably, the media immediately saw the elephant in the room that came with Obama’s support of Aussie gun control, and promptly shoved it out the door, hoping that no one would notice what the Great Divider was suggesting.

What these outlets pointedly refuse to mention about Australian gun laws in the wake of the Port Arthur massacre is that the comprehensive gun buy-back scheme happened in a nation without a Bill of Rights, and that the buyback was mandatory.

Yes, Australian citizens faced the threat of coercive government force being used against them if they did not surrender their firearms.
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#3
Reparation started with the welfare-life stylists.

Who thinks that continuing to throw money at the inner city black community is going to do anything but increase sales of $300 sneakers and cheap malt liquor? Dave Chappelle skit said it all.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=Fg6J1Skptbs
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