Here's their rather scathing article about how greatly disappointed they are with Obama's lack of interest in gun control: http://www.bradycampaign.org/xshare/reports/fedleg/obama-1styear-report.pdf In it, they refer to his first year of presidency as an "abject failure" for gun control... for reasons such as his administration's disinterest in things like closing the "gun show loophole", reinstating the assault weapons ban, and various other gun control measures. They also state that he's repealed more gun control measures in his first year in the White House than G.W. Bush did in his entire 8 years as president. I find it rather interesting, particularly since President Obama has been called the most anti-gun candidate ever to run for president. Now, it's obvious the reason the current administration is distancing itself from gun control because it's already struggling with issues like the war, healthcare reform, the economy, among others. Gun control would be political suicide. Congress sees it the same way. But to be fair, even though Obama has made numerous anti-gun statements in the past, gun control was never a major part of his campaign, and IMO, the Brady Campaign is transforming somewhat vague statements and interpreting them as concrete promises and then expressing their disappointment that Obama hasn't kept promises that he didn't really make to begin with. When Obama won the election and the Dems got the majority in Congress, the Brady folks said it was proof that the public wanted gun control, and that Obama has let the public down. The facts seem to state the opposite, and that the public will not accept greater gun control measures, and that even though President Obama is not a friend to gun ownership, he does seem to have enough regard for the will of people not to attempt any major effort to abridge gun rights.