Hypocrisy in action: Obama and his stance on children

This week, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden announced that Obama may use executive action to attain stricter gun control. The decision represents a new tactic to achieve reform, perhaps in light of Obama's realization that he cannot convince America - or Congress - to draft the changes he wants.
It is not like he has not tried. In a nationally-televised speech, Obama recently encouraged Americans to "take responsibility" and "do what needs to be done" to "protect what matters" - "the warmth of a small child's embrace" and "that fierce and boundless love we feel for them that takes us out of ourselves."
For over ten minutes, Obama expounded on the importance of children to sell thicker gun regulations.  During that time, a scrolling headline appeared below the video announcing the latest deaths in a drone strike.  That's when it hit me: how could anyone take Obama seriously knowing that child after child is being murdered by the drone strikes that Obama has personally authorized? How can children really be so near and dear to him when he can write them off as collateral damage and never look back when gun politics are not at stake?

Apparently I was not the only one to raise the question. I found the following video, which takes Obama's "for the children" speech and transposes its emotional appeal with awareness of the drone strike victims. The result is open to interpretation, but it is a powerful must-see: