David Letterman on Sandy Hook, & President Obama.

Via elephant journal
on Dec 18, 2012
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“That’s our President of the United States, ladies and gentlemen. Going on the record. And in a small measure I feel better he’s looking out for us in this regard.”

Here’s Obama’s speech, referenced here:

Low quality. If you have a better link, leave it below. Should be available on CBS shortly and we’ll update it here when it is.


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5 Responses to “David Letterman on Sandy Hook, & President Obama.”

  1. ShowUs says:

    except that the president is now back peddling on the tough talk about change.

  2. elephantjournal says:

    Really? Front Page of NY Times says he'll go for it.

    Obama to Give Congress Plan on Gun Control Within Weeks

    President Obama said he would submit broad new proposals no later than January and would commit his office to overcoming political opposition in the wake of last week’s killings.

    House Democrats Call on Boehner to Take Up Gun-Control Issue

  3. […] best thing about this unspeakable tragedy? For the first time, ordinary Americans, parents across this nation, are openly searching for commonsense solutions so that fewer such tragedies continue to […]

  4. […] even former opponents of gun control start looking to any and all likely partial solutions, it looks like America might be ready to finally do something and join the ranks of first world […]