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Obama recently admitted that his biggest regret, is that he “failed” in passing a law to limit gun use. HIS BIGGEST REGRET IS NOT BEING ABLE TO TAKE AWAY AMERICAN’S RIGHT TO PROTECT THEMSELVES. How on earth does that make sense? I can name plenty of other ways that Obama greatly failed. He allowed hate groups to rise up and riot, and kill police officers, and passed a law for men to use the bathroom with your wives and daughters, and used American tax dollars to take numerous vacations…….however, his greatest regret is not taking away our 2nd amendment rights.

From the Washington Examiner

President Obama said his biggest policy disappointment as president was not passing gun control laws, according to an interview CNN aired Wednesday evening.

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“If you ask me where has been the one area where I feel that I’ve been most frustrated and most stymied, it is the fact that the United States of America is the one advanced nation on Earth in which we do not have sufficient common sense gun safety laws,” Obama told Fareed Zakaria in the TV special, “The Legacy of Barack Obama.”

Despite national anger following mass shootings throughout his two terms, Obama was unable to convince Congress to pass legislation that would change those policies, including enhancing background checks and not selling firearms at gun shows and other venues.

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