President Obama recognizes “countless street corners” in Philadelphia on his short list of tragic shooting scenes in 2012

During his weekly address Saturday morning, President Barack Obama said that the nation had endured too many shooting tragedies, citing not only mass murders such as those in Newtown and Aurora, but also on “countless street corners in places like Chicago and Philadelphia,” reminding the rest of the nation that “any of these neighborhoods could be our own.”

President Obama added: “So we have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this. Regardless of the politics.”

Read the full transcript: Nation Grieves for Those Killed in Tragic Shooting in Newtown, CT

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