Headline: Obama will evaluate bill ban online munition sales

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    I love the geniuses who throw out the fact that "the murderous prick" purchased thousands of rounds of ammo online and then follow it up with the fact that his AR jammed before he had even cracked off the first 100 rnds.

    The only way that restrictions on obtaining or possessing ammo would address anything in regard to "the murderous prick" and his little melt down would be if we found out how many rounds were fired before the jam and then restricted personal possession to less than that number of rounds. And uh, good luck with all that.

    As always, emotional responses result in a whole lot of nothing.
     
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    What does Obama have to do with this?

    Whether he evaluates it or not has no bearing on Congressional action, the CE can’t enact legislation.

    The president may evaluate it and decide to reject it.

    In any event such legislation will never pass.
     

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