Obama, in Colorado, appeals for compromise on gun control
DENVER - President Obama appealed to Americans to set aside "the people who take absolute positions" on gun issues and "put ourselves in the other person's shoes," as he appealed for compromise to revive flagging hopes for new gun control measures.
Urban residents who fear gun crime need to listen to those in rural areas who have grown up with guns as a positive part of their lives, Obama said. But at the same time, gun owners need to "understand what it feels like for that mom whose son was randomly shot."
"We've got to get past some of the... read more
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