Disparate Communities Line Up Against Obama, notes Gun Law Expert

WASHINGTON, D.C. – “Various American interest communities are lining up against Obama as he seeks reelection,” gun rights expert John M. Snyder notes here.

“In addition to the Second Amendment community, large and significant elements of the business, right-to-life, traditional marriage, and religious freedom communities are opposing the policies of the Obama administration,” he explains.

“The Second Amendment community is upset with the accession to the Supreme Court of Associate Justices Sotomayor and Kagan for their opposition to the means necessary for personal and individual self-defense.  Right to keep and bear arms advocates abhor Attorney General Holder’s intent to bring back and enhance the failed ban on semiautomatic firearms.  People generally feel Holder’s handling of the Fast and Furious federal gun scandal is an outrage,” he says.

“The Chamber of Commerce and other sectors of the business community think Obama’s economic policies are unreasonable ,” Snyder adds.

“In the latter part of this month and the beginning of next month, Catholic Church officials expect to be leading a fortnight commemoration of American freedom.   This is to protest Obama’s tyrannical use of government power to force religious entities to pay for practices that contradict their doctrines of conscience,” Snyder says.

Snyder said that, “we may be in for a major political upheaval.  Obama and company have managed to alienate major portions of the public, tens of millions of American citizens.

“It’s time to unite not only against Obama and his White House gang and their anti-culture, but in support of traditional American civilization.”

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