The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Blaze Gun Control
An Arizona sheriff running for Congress challenged President Barack Obama during a town hall on guns Thursday, asking the president to identify exactly what shooting his recent executive actions would have prevented.
“Mr. President, you’ve said you have been frustrated by Congress. As a sheriff, I often times get frustrated. But I don’t make the laws. And I’ve sworn an oath to enforce the law, to uphold the Constitution — same oath you’ve taken,” Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu said. ”The talk, why we’re here, is all these mass shootings. And yet you’ve said in your executive actions, it wouldn’t have solved even one of these or even the terrorist attack.”
“No, I didn’t say that,” Obama interjected.
“Well, looking at the information, what would it have solved?” Babeu asked.
Babeu continued, “The executive actions that you mentioned earlier … they are not written about in the Constitution. I want to know and…post was originally published on this site