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Well the president has just a very narrow window of opportunity.
In this is second term to -- major legislation.
And to create a meaningful legacy the president is intent on making gun control one of those achievements if you will.
Occur and I think he -- -- be a little easier than it's turned out to be according to voters polled by Gallup.
The gun control is the eighth most interesting problem most important problem in the minds of Americans.
It ranks behind education immigration health care debt deficit jobs.
Dissatisfaction with the government and the economy.
Which consistently poll as the well it's consistently polls of the biggest problem we face.
And we -- we and injure our own list of seven problems we thought might -- -- -- the president's consideration.
Rather than an attempt to either.
To dissolve or to crush.
The second -- meant.
Maybe the president can find time to address some of these issues in between all of those golf outings and White House concerts.
I don't mean to be picking -- the president on the sort of thing.
In a pity it's odd though that them don't you think the national liberal media doesn't take much note of it.
I think about Eisenhower his golf games and how much of -- -- you're gonna.
Gave him all sorts of grief.
Yet anyway lots of examples.
Come to mind in history.
But will from time to time remind everybody of what's going on but let's start with a couple of things we think that the president might consider ahead of gun control.
They're now ninety million.
Ninety million working age.
Ninety million -- -- Who aren't in the labor force and -- long they've dropped out of early reports ninety -- folks.
Around 81000 Americans.
Went on disability last month.
That's almost as many disabled folks now.
As the 88000.
Jobs that were created last month this to me as an extraordinary.
And let's turn to another issue and the president didn't kick out of that city and any of his recent speech.
The government is spending right now.
Billion dollars a year -- want.
That's more than it spends on food stamps and welfare.
-- you hear people talking about it.
Know you'll hear people talk about this is the food stamp president that's balderdash.
This is the number on which we should be riveted.
This number and this number and this.
And of course food stamps themselves.
Enrollment has soared 70%.
Since 2008 to a record now of 47.
Point -- Million Americans.
47 point eight million people.
The fifth issue we might put forward for the president's consideration.
The government spent a record 74.
Point six billion dollars.
On those food -- Last year that's an amount equal to the combined budgets of the Department of Homeland Security the Justice Department and the department of the end here.
The six issue we would commend him is nearly fifty million Americans.
Fifteen million Americans.
One in six people are now living below the par -- this country.
What is the last time you heard this president talk about economic growth.
About creating jobs about the American dream about opportunity.
-- percent of Americans -- As well.
Number seventh the national debt I know these things are an important -- this president but -- just putting him out there for his consideration.
To see if one of -- It -- is actress.
Six -- point eight trillion ball.
The national -- By the way.
None of the gun control measures that congress is considering.
Speaking about negotiating over.
None of them expanded background checks anti gun traffic going legislation.
None of them.
-- -- would do a single thing.
To prevent the tragedies.
That response such interest.
And legislative action against the Second Amendment.
None of them would prevent tragedies.
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