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Gun control loses: No expanded background checks

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans backed by a small band of rural-state Democrats scuttled the most far-reaching gun control legislation in two decades Wednesday, rejecting tighter background checks for buyers and a ban on assault weapons as they spurned pleas from families of victims of last winter’s school massacre in Newtown, Conn.

“This effort isn’t over,” President Barack Obama vowed at the White House moments after the defeat on one of his top domestic priorities. Surrounded by Newtown relatives, he said opponents of the legislation in both parties “caved to the pressure” of special interests.

A ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines also fell in a series of showdown votes four months after a gunman killed 20 elementary school children and six staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary.

A bid to loosen restrictions on concealed weapons carried across state lines was rejected, as well.

That last vote marked a rare defeat for the National Rifle Association on a day it generally triumphed over Obama, gun control advocates and many of the individuals whose lives have been affected by mass shootings in Connecticut and elsewhere.

Some of them watched from the spectator galleries above the Senate floor. “Shame on you,” shouted one, Patricia Maisch, who was present two years ago when a gunman in Tucson, Ariz., killed six and wounded 13 others, including former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

Vice President Joe Biden gaveled the Senate back into order after the breach of decorum.

Gun control advocates, including Obama, had voiced high hopes for significant action after the Newtown shootings. But the lineup of possible legislation gradually dwindled to a focus on background checks, and in the end even that could not win Senate passage. Chances in the Republican-controlled House had seemed even slimmer.

By agreement of Senate leaders, a 60-vote majority was required for approval of any of the provisions brought to a vote.

The vote on the background check was 54-46, well short of the 60 votes needed to advance. Forty-one Republicans and five Democrats voted to reject the plan.

The proposed ban on assault weapons commanded 40 votes; the bid to block sales of high capacity ammunition clips drew 46.

The NRA-backed proposal on concealed carry permits got 57.

In the hours before the key vote on background checks, Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., bluntly accused the National Rifle Association of making false claims about the expansion of background checks that he and Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., were backing.

“Where I come from in West Virginia, I don’t know how to put the words any plainer than this: That is a lie. That is simply a lie,” he said, accusing the organization of telling its supporters that friends, neighbors and some family members would need federal permission to transfer ownership of firearms to one another.

The NRA did not respond immediately to the charge, but issued a statement after the vote that restated the claim. The proposal “would have criminalized certain private transfers of firearms between honest citizens, requiring lifelong friends, neighbors and some family members to get federal government permission to exercise a fundamental right or face prosecution,” said a statement from Chris Cox, a top lobbyist for the group.

Said Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, “Expanded background checks would not have prevented Newtown. Criminals do not submit to background checks.”

Even before the votes, the administration signaled the day’s events would not be the last word on an issue that Democratic leaders shied away from for nearly two decades until Obama picked up on it after the Newtown shootings.

Biden’s presence was a purely symbolic move since each proposal required a 60-vote majority to pass and he would not be called upon to break any ties. Democratic aides said in advance the issue would be brought back to the Senate in the future, giving gun control supporters more time to win over converts to change the outcome.

Obama, standing near Giffords and relatives of other shooting victims, said at the White House public opinion was strongly behind expanded background checks. Despite that, opponents of the legislation were “worried that the gun lobby would spend a lot of money” at the next election, he said.

“So all in all this was a pretty shameful day for Washington,” he added.

The day’s key test concerned the background checks, designed to prevent criminals and the seriously mentally ill from purchasing firearms. Under current law, checks are required only when guns are purchased from federally licensed firearms dealers. The proposal by Manchin and Toomey called for extending the requirement to other sales at gun shows and on the Internet.

On the vote, Democratic Sens. Mark Begich of Alaska and Max Baucus of Montana joined Pryor and Heitkamp in voting against the proposal. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a supporter of the plan, switched his vote to the prevailing “no” side to permit him to call for a revote in the future.

Begich, Pryor and Baucus are all seeking re-election next year. In an indication of the intensity of the feelings on the issue, the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, a liberal group, swiftly announced it would seek to defeat them in 2014.

Among Republicans, Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Mark Kirk of Illinois, John McCain of Arizona and Toomey sided with Democrats.

Numerous polls in recent months have shown support for enhanced gun control measures, including background checks, though it may be weakening.

An Associated Press-GfK poll this month showed that 49 percent of Americans support stricter gun laws, down from 58 percent in January. In that recent survey, 38 percent said they want the laws to remain the same and 10 percent want them eased.

Obama has made enactment of greater curbs a priority on his domestic agenda in the months since the massacre at Newtown, making several trips outside Washington to try and build support. Last week, he traveled to Connecticut, and he invited several parents to fly back to Washington with him aboard Air Force One so they could personally lobby lawmakers.

To an unusual degree for professional politicians, some senators said afterward that they had not wanted to meet with the mothers and fathers of the dead, or said it was difficult to look at photographs that the parents carried of their young children, now dead.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said before Wednesday’s vote, “I think that in some cases, the president has used them as props, and that disappoints me.”

Without referring to Paul by name, Obama rebutted him firmly. “Do we really think that thousands of families whose lives have been shattered by gun violence don’t have a right to weigh in on this issue?” he said.

At the White House, press secretary Jay Carney said some of them had met earlier in the day with lawmakers, who he said should “consider who they’re representing.

“Ninety percent of the American people support expanded background checks,” he said.

The NRA told lawmakers it intended to keep track of how the votes were cast, and consider them in making decisions about its efforts in the midterm elections for Congress next year.

An opposing group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, funded by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, said it would do likewise.

The NRA has a long track record in electoral politics, and is viewed by lawmakers in both political parties as unusually effective. Bloomberg’s organization has yet to be tested.

In the AP-GfK poll, among independents, support for stricter gun laws dipped from 60 percent in January to 40 percent now. About three-fourths of Democrats supported them then and now, while backing among Republicans for looser laws about doubled to 19 percent.

The survey was conducted from April 11-15 by GfK Roper Public Affairs and Corporate Communications. It involved landline and cellphone interviews with 1,004 randomly chosen adults and had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.9 percentage points.

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  • PornacApril 18, 2013 - 7:15 am

    Thank you republicans and NRA. There's no way I can pass a background check but I love my guns. We are all safer because of the NRA. Everyone should go buy a gun to celebrate.

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  • rlw895April 18, 2013 - 11:12 am

    Well said.

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  • CD BrooksApril 18, 2013 - 8:36 am

    Once again for the gun nuts among you, anyone believing our own government is going to take your guns so they can overtake us is obviously scatter-brained or frankly, just plain stupid. I’d like to remind you Constitutional supporters of the NRA /GOP and the 2nd amendment’s “god-given right” to own weapons, that you must honor that document for everyone else as well. Don’t turn your backs (or your guns) on the weaker segment of our society while stroking your ego and drinking beer. In 2014, those few traitorous Democrats just hoping for votes might be dismissed. The GOP will lose several seats for their part in distorting the truth about the gun bill among their many other atrocities. Remember that today as you celebrate.

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  • freemanApril 18, 2013 - 8:46 am

    CD, please state clearly what/how the GOP distorted the truth about the "gun bill". It would be amusing if it were not so sad that you and your ilk "celebrate" when the votes go your way, as in Obamacare, but moan and groan when you don't win.

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  • CD BrooksApril 18, 2013 - 8:53 am

    freeman, I spent six years providing information on the GOP and their illicit behaviors. Not wasting any more time trying to convince those of you that just won't get it. Trust me, I'm correct and they are done.

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  • CD Stop shakin' your Tail FeathersApril 18, 2013 - 8:57 am

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdbrIrFxas0

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  • freemanApril 18, 2013 - 9:04 am

    CD, your response is exactly what I expected: spew some venom, belittle your opponent, but dodge the question. Why dodge it? Because you cannot support your "distortions" with any facts. Bluff, bluster, bombast are the only tools in your agitprop kit.

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  • CD BrooksApril 18, 2013 - 9:15 am

    freeman, HA! HA! THANK YOU for reminding us that several of you still have that typical mind-numbing ignorance of your party! So I guess you’ll just have to catch up. I grew weary of this nonsense after I repeatedly knocked senseless rantings like yours out of the park and called the outcome of the elections. Have a good day.

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  • CD BrooksApril 18, 2013 - 9:17 am

    BTW Mr. C, pretty flimsy alias...

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  • Guys , People we should not be in-fightingApril 18, 2013 - 9:34 am

    Right Now "our Government" ( which is not our government, it belongs to the NWO Bankers and Global Corporatists ) just staged another 9/11, Oklahoma Federal Building, Newtown type PSYOP Flase Flag.....see same same no diffference Republican or Democrat....Are we happy that THEY are killing our fellow American Citizens in a most BRUTAL manner. President Obama, Feinstein, McCain, Pelosi DO NOT LOVE YOU PEOPLE...you could be in the wrong place at the wrong time and it could be you next time with arms and legs blown off...AND IT IS ELEMENTS OF OUR OWN PRIVATLY CONTROLLED FEDERAL RESERVE CITY OF LONDON GOVERNMENT THAT ACTUALLY CARRIES OUT THESE TERRORIST ACTS......THE REAL TERRORISTS ARE ELEMENTS OF OUR OWN GOVERNMENT.

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  • G-ManApril 18, 2013 - 11:33 am

    Actually CD I remember you bemoaning the fact that Romney was on the Ascend..I think your exact words..were.."A Republican in the White House blah blah blah..You hit nothing out of the park..obama is here because 50% of our Republic's citizens,and "illegals" are esentially Barack's beggars..what you don't realise as regards the gun thing..is that guns span the party lines..Americanslove their guns..it's generational.andas you see nothing in your speck of a lifetime will change that...

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  • CD BrooksApril 19, 2013 - 2:52 pm

    Hello G-Man! I said Romney will be the nominee and he will lose. Did I get a little concerned in the end? Yes, a ittle. But in the end, my numbers were almost exact. Have a really nice weekend! :)

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  • G-ManApril 19, 2013 - 3:14 pm

    As are my numbers..

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  • CD BrooksApril 20, 2013 - 6:33 am

    G-Man, scoreboard...

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  • G-ManApril 20, 2013 - 12:22 pm

    Obama 2. America 0

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  • Now we work on gettting Obama Caresnot to go Bye ByeApril 18, 2013 - 8:53 am

    Google......Obamacare to soon cost the average American family $20,000 a

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  • rlw895April 18, 2013 - 11:22 am

    I'm fairly certain that if there were 60 votes to be had, the "no" Democrats would have switched to the right side. They were allowed to vote "no" to protect themselves politically. They won't be seriously challenged in the primaries. The problem is the NRA, which is evil, the GOP, which has sold out, and the Senate rules that require 60 votes, which are an embarrassment. The people to admire here are the Republicans who voted "yes." The person to be disgusted with is Rand Paul, who has proven once again he is a jerk and not ready for prime time. What a rookie. Thank you, Kentucky.

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  • rlw895April 18, 2013 - 11:30 am

    I'm gland this isn't over. It shouldn't be. The point is lost when I see people saying this wouldn't have prevented Newtown. Maybe, maybe not. But were those deaths to have been recognized by us moving on as if there is nothing to fix? This is just a start, a baby step. It's not a "slippery slope;" each step will stand on its own. Like same-sex marriage, universal background check's time has come, whether the Senate knows it or not.

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  • Newtown was a Black Ops False Flag PSYOPApril 18, 2013 - 11:45 am

    Do some research

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  • rlw895April 19, 2013 - 9:03 pm

    Please go away.

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  • Who did 9/11April 18, 2013 - 12:18 pm

    PNAC NEOCONs...Cheney/Bush/Bolton ect..(with full aid of top Democrats also), Israeli operatives/Mossad, City of London Bankers, Globalist controlled Media, Certain Operaives in US Military/CIA/FBI, Saudi Arabia assists...Now for a list of Israeli Assets ( IT is not just a "Jewish" thing most normal Jewish people are NOT involved,, it is a New World Order thing)**********So what happened on 9 11? An Israeli False Flag Operation is what happened. 1. The Project for a New American Century was written in Israel in 1996 under the name - A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm. Requires a new Pearl Harbor for their plan. 2. Zionist Silverstein purchased WTC 6 weeks prior. First time the WTC was ever put into Private Hands. Friends with Israeli Prime Ministers & Intelligence Services, along with Fed Reserve President & World Bank Presidents. 3. Zionist Frank Lowy paid $127 million in May 2001 for a 99-year lease on the retail area beneath the New York World Trade Center. Member of the Golani Brigade & fought in the Israeli war of independence. 4. Zionist Ronald S. Lauder was key individual who lobbied for the privatization of the WTC. Lauder has funded a school for the Mossad in Herzliya, Israel. 5. Airline Security Company at BOTH the Boston & Newark airports on 9-11 was a wholly-owned subsidiary of an Israeli company (ICTS). Most employees were ex- Shin Bet Israeli agents. 6. Security at the WTC was run by Kroll Associates, owned by Jules Kroll & Jerome Hauer Hauers mother involved in the creation & maintenance of the State of Israel. 7. Zionist Philip Zelikow ( Dual Citizen of Israel) wrote the fraudulent 9 11 Commission Report. 8. Zionist , Richard Perle, Chairman of Pentagons Defense Policy Board, was expelled from Sen. Henry Jacksons office in the 1970s after NSA caught him passing highly classified documents to Israel. 9. Dual Israeli citizen Michael Chertoff was assistant attorney general for the criminal division of the Justice Department; later, Director of Homeland Security. 10. Israeli messaging service Odigo sent AT LEAST 2 Israelis prior warnings on 9 11, 2 hours prior to attack. Odigo has offices in New York & in Herzliya, Israel. Herzliya happens to be the Head Quarters of Mossad. 11. Zionist Pete Zalewski was the air traffic controller responsible for 2 of the planes on 911 & another plane full of top Pakistani military officials whose plane (Egyptian Fl990) crashed 2 years prior to 911. 12. Israeli Mossad caught & arrested filming & celebrating WTC prior to & after 1st plane hits WTC. Jumping up & down, lighting lighters & holding them up in air. 13. Ted Olsen's wife supposedly placed an impossible cell phone call from on the plane during 9 11, Ted Olsen was Israeli Spy Jonathon Pollard's attorney. 14. Israeli Mossad caught with explosives near George Washington Bridge on 9 11. 15. Zionist Jew Alan D. Ratners Metals Management merged with the SIMS group & the Hugo Neu Corporation & sold over 50,000 tons of crime scene evidence.

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  • ContinuedApril 18, 2013 - 12:27 pm

    16. Over 60 Israeli spies arrested on 9 11 & days afterwards. 17. Zionist Adam Pearlman is the AlQaeda spokesman. Lived with grandfather prior to joining AlQaeda, grandfather on board of ADL & huge Israeli supporter. His father helped run the Hippie Movement in SoCal then moved family to run a Kosher farm. 18. S.I.T.E. website releases AlQaeda tapes but is owned by an Iraqi who was in Israeli IDF. Her father was an Iraqi Jew & was sentenced to hanging after being caught SPYING FOR ISRAEL in the 1967 war. 19. Zionist Dov Zakheim was CEO of SPC International which developed Remote Control Flying Technology & leases Boeing 767 refuel tankers, the same planes used on 9 11. He also authored PNAC & was Comptroller of Pentagon when $2.3 Trillion went missing. 20. According to FBI, in the Year 2000 Israeli Mossad had penetrated secret communications throughout the Clinton administration, even Presidential phone lines. 21. After 9 11 Israeli Prime Minister Sharon said: We own America & the Americans know it. 22. Popular Mechanics so-called (Debunking 9 11 Lies) article had as its senior researcher Benjamin Chertoff, the cousin of Dept of Homeland Security Head Michael Chertoff at the time, Israeli dual citizen. 23. Israeli Mossad pretends to be Al Qaeda in Palestine but is caught by the Palestinian Authority in 2002. 24. October 10, 2001 (2) Israelis arrested inside Mexican Congress building with explosives, detonators & guns. 25. November 2, 2001: FBI Fury As Israeli citizens With US Nuke Plans & Valid Israeli Passports Escape custody. 26. Israeli citizen Philip Zelikow led the 9 11 Commission Report. 27. US Army released on 10 Sept 2001 a study on Israel, which said: Of the MOSSAD, the Israeli intelligence service, the SAMS Army Officers say: Wildcard. Ruthless & cunning. Has capability to target U.S. forces & make it look like a Palestinian/Arab act. 28. Israeli Mossad Motto: "By way of Deception, thou shalt do war." (Motto Removed prior to 9 11). 29. Bin Laden constantly denies committing 9 11, until 4 days before the 2004 election. Video considered fake. REMEMBER OUR BANKER CONTROLLED CRIMINAL GOVERNMENT AND MEDIA LIE TO US....OVER AND OVER AND OVER....WAKE UP U R ALL BRAINWASHED MOCKING BIRDS...."THEY" TELL U WHAT TO THINK....and use the false left/right paradigm to "THEIR" advantage...UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL and we are falling fast.

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  • rlw895April 18, 2013 - 3:30 pm

    Lots of dots with no connection. Please go away.

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