President Obama is determined to shake things up after he returns from his holiday vacation to Hawaii by promising another one of his infamous executive orders. This time the president plans on making a statement about guns, but it's reassuring to see people already standing up to his bullying.

One county sheriff in particular is making a stand and it's impressive.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio, is the county sheriff for Maricopa County in Arizona. Sheriff Arpaio, however, isn't going to let Obama's expected pronouncement stop the way that he is patrolling his county or change anything about the way that he lives his life.

In particular, Sheriff Arpaio said that, however President Obama chooses to word his decree against private citizens holding guns, he will not be complying with Obama's executive order.

"I’ve said it before. I’m not surrendering the guns. He can give an executive order saying we’ve got to collect the guns, and I’m not going to do it," said Sheriff Arpaio.

According to Maricopa County's sheriff, Obama and many other liberals have made the mistake of thinking that gun control and gun violence is a problem that is best solved in the political sphere, rather than the real world. But Sheriff Arpaio understands what would really happen if President Obama asked for the United States to turn in all of their guns: "There'd be a revolution," the sheriff said.

President Obama might think that he's doing the U.S. a favor by outlining a plan to limit private use of guns in America. However, even in Obama's home town of Chicago, gun control advocates are seeing the negative effects of their laws and proposals--stringent gun control in Chicago hasn't done anything to curb rampant gun violence in the Windy City.

President Obama should be spending his holiday drafting ideas for executive orders or legislation that will actually make this country work better, rather than sitting on a liberal pipe dream which promises to anger more than half of the country.

h/t: Mad World News

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