My favorite numbers bitch, on the other hand, went off the chain.
(Keep in mind, I have yet to catch this guy in a bad analysis)
"So the President wants to make it political? Fine.
I took the latest CDC county level intentional firearm homicide data set. This represents 72,851 firearm homicides over 7 years of data.(1) And of those, 50% of all firearm homicides occurred in 35 counties, or only 1% of all counties nationwide. Of those counties on average they voted 66,5% for Obama and 11 made the Daily Caller's "Top 100 Liberal Counties", a criteria which includes "State concealed-carry laws" as apparently a good thing.(2) (Irony?) Only one county voted strongly for Romney; Maricopa, AZ and another Duval, FL voted for Romney with a 47%-43% split.
So you want a firearm homicide rate per capita like Norway Mr. President? Get rid of these 33 heavily Democratic leaning counties, Maricopa and its crazy sheriff and the split-district of Duval and the per capita firearm homicide rate in the rest of the country drops to 1.71, which is the same as Norway's homicide rate. Except it'd be across 260M people (the new adjusted size of the country) and not 5M.
The new country formed by these 35 counties - Democraticstan - would have a population of ~60M and a per capita firearm homicide rate of 61.21, just shy of Honodurus and the 2nd highest death rate in the world.
How's them politics Mr. President?"