Obama says Hillary Clinton would make an 'excellent president'
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HOW WOULD HE KNOW WHAT AN "EXCELLENT PRESIDENT" WOULD EVEN LOOK LIKE ?
“We don’t want another Ferguson type of circus here."This can't be easy for the Scott family to go through, and it's sad that they even have to address this at all. But with all the insanity caused by race-mongers seeking to cause all this mayhem, I applaud the Scott family in taking a stand. Their son is not a political prop - he's a human being and deserves to be mourned properly by his friends and family, not by an unruly mob.
Once Twitter got hold of the story, however, many of them pointed out something that's a little more realistic than Malia getting asthma because the climate's changing - Malia's dad is a smoker -President Barack Obama this morning put a human face on the harmful effects climate change can have on public health - his daughter Malia.While making the case that higher temperatures lead to increases in wildfires, which send allergy-causing particulates into the air that can lead to greater and more serious incidents of asthma, the president recalled his own child's run-in with the disease as a toddler.'Well you know, Malia had asthma when she was four, and because we had good health insurance, we were able to knock it out early,' the president told ABC News’ chief health correspondent, Dr. Richard Besser, in an interview that aired on Good Morning America.
A multilevel security plan went into works not long after Nashville was chosen as the convention destination. All guns on the convention floor will be nonoperational, with the firing pins removed, and any guns purchased during the NRA convention will have to be picked up at a Federal Firearms License dealer, near where the purchaser lives, and will require a legal identification.Here’s an example of this fake outrage from Dan Friedman in the NY Daily News:
The National Rifle Association wants guns at schools, but not its own annual convention.FULL ARTICLE
The NRA has banned working guns from its annual convention this year in Memphis, Tenn., according to a report in The Tennessean. Instead the group will require the thousands of firearms displayed at the event to be nonoperational, with their firing pins removed to ensure safety.