Obama Looking For Ways Around Congress On Gun Policy


WASHINGTON — Faced with a Congress hostile to even slight restrictions of Second Amendment rights, the Obama administration is exploring potential changes to gun laws that can be secured strictly through executive action, administration officials say.

The Department of Justice held the first in what is expected to be a series of meetings on Tuesday afternoon with a group of stakeholders in the ongoing gun-policy debates. Before the meeting, officials said part of the discussion was expected to center around the White House’s options for shaping policy on its own or through its adjoining agencies and departments — on issues ranging from beefing up background checks to encouraging better data-sharing.

Administration officials said talk of executive orders or agency action are among a host of options that President Barack Obama and his advisers are considering.

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That pesky Constitution is soooo annoying……


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He knows good ways around Congress….

See a pattern?

His end runs around Congress are a usual tactic now for business to get done in DC. I hope he does try it. Anything to make more and more people see him for what he really is.