President Barack Obama, here speaking on Nov. 25 in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, said in a Nov. 28, 2015, statement about a shooting rampage at a Colorado Springs, Colo., Planned Parenthood: “The last thing Americans should have to do, over the holidays or any day, is comfort the families of people killed by gun violence – people who woke up in the morning and bid their loved ones goodbye with no idea it would be for the last time. And yet, two days after Thanksgiving, that’s what we are forced to do again.”
President Barack Obama, here speaking on Nov. 25 in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, said in a Nov. 28, 2015, statement about a shooting rampage at a Colorado Springs, Colo., Planned Parenthood: “The last thing Americans should have to do, over the holidays or any day, is comfort the families of people killed by gun violence – people who woke up in the morning and bid their loved ones goodbye with no idea it would be for the last time. And yet, two days after Thanksgiving, that’s what we are forced to do again.” Susan Walsh AP
President Barack Obama, here speaking on Nov. 25 in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, said in a Nov. 28, 2015, statement about a shooting rampage at a Colorado Springs, Colo., Planned Parenthood: “The last thing Americans should have to do, over the holidays or any day, is comfort the families of people killed by gun violence – people who woke up in the morning and bid their loved ones goodbye with no idea it would be for the last time. And yet, two days after Thanksgiving, that’s what we are forced to do again.” Susan Walsh AP

Denouncing violence in Colorado, Obama declares, ‘Enough is enough’

November 28, 2015 04:02 PM