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Biden Says "No Silver Bullet" to Gun Violence

Vice President Biden said Friday that there was “no silver bullet” to deal with gun violence, explaining that the Obama administration was considering a wide-ranging set of policies in the wake of last month’s school massacre in Connecticut.

Biden’s unusual choice for metaphor came after a White House meeting with video game industry executives, who have come under scrutiny for violent ­gun-related themes in their products.

The comments marked the last in a series of meetings held this week by Biden’s anti-gun-violence task force, which he said is “shooting for Tuesday” to forward a set of policy recommendations to President Obama.

Source: Washington Post. Read full article. (link)

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  • Gladstone||

    Heh still using gun metaphors while discussing gun control

  • An0nB0t||

    But luckily, there are an infinite number of fiat bullets at hand in the Obama administration.

    And thus began the era of macro-gun control.

  • Sevo||

    So Biden first said: "Why, we'll fix everything!"
    And now says: "Well, it's not as easy as I thought..."
    Biden = ignorant lefty.

  • RFID||

    He's "shooting" for Tuesday? Does he know how offensive that is?

  • Brendan||

    Someone posted in the comments at
    http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2013.....r-tuesday/
    :
    “We want a targeted proposal. We’re not taking a scatter-gun approach”
    “Our cross-hairs are on doing something meaningful”
    “Once we’ve sent the rounds downrange, we’ll hopefully have some positive feedback and adjust our aim”
    “We hope to hit the bullseye with this one, I tell ya…”

  • Ted Levy||

    See how dangerous these videos are! Just one meeting with the creators of the videos and the first word out of Biden's mouth: "Bullets!"

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