Skip to comments.Chicago's licensed gun owner "problem" invented to fool the dupes who vote for Democrats
Posted on 01/14/2013 9:51:35 AM PST by Oldpuppymax
Under Chicagos Police Chief Gary McCarthy and the hack that hired him, Chicago has quickly become Murder City USA. Last year by a substantial amount, more Americans died from gunfire in the Windy City than died in Afghanistan. The gunfire is coming from the violent street gangs that infect the streets of Chicago.
Since they have failed to solve the real problem of gunfire killing people in their streets, the current administration has invented a problem their media pals can fool the dupes that vote for them into thinking they are solving. Their invented problem is: what to do about dangerous people who are licensed gun owners?
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Same old trick they always use: find or create a problem, and suggest (then demand) a solution that increases their control over citizens. We keep falling for it, over and over.
I always wonder if this comparison makes sense. After all, there are a lot more Americans in Chicago than in Afghanistan. In fact you are more than 25 times as likely to be killed as an American soldier in Afghanistan, than as a person in the city of Chicago. If you live in Chicago and are not in a gang, then it is closer to 100 times as dangerous to be a soldier in Afghanistan. And if you live in Chicago and are white, it is more than 500 times as dangerous to be serving in Afghanistan.
The important thing is to look at the subgroups. If you look at Chicago minority males in the 15-25 age group, then it’s probably just about as dangerous to be one of them as it is to be as oldier in Afganistan.
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