Skip to comments.Overselling the miraculous power of a new Chicago gun law (barf alert)
Posted on 06/12/2018 5:27:42 AM PDT by rellimpank
---I have exceeded my limit on Chicago's second rate garbage wrap but the link should still work---
--this is an admission that "another" gun law may not do as touted --after years of calling on the Illinois state legislature and Congress to pass more of them--
--the hypocrisy is unbelievable---
(Excerpt) Read more at chicago.suntimes.com ...
The first mistake is to ever read the Chicago Sun Times or Tribune. Both papers are garbage. They are responsible for a ll of Illinois’ problems and CHicago’s as well. They write several pages of complaints about everything going on in our part of the country. But then when someone tries to fix it, they complain and belittle them more. Its as though they want our debt and gun violence so they have something to write about. But mark my words. Chicago’s papers are against gun violence and debt. But not as firmly against them as they are against any solution.
--as most of them now limit "free" articles , I try and pick representative ones to post--
The Scum-Times is a dumbed-down pamphlet, just a shell of its former self, and not a newspaper anymore. I wouldnt be surprised if Jug-Ears was slipping them cash to keep them afloat.
What gets me is that with the jillions of laws we have, and no one can keep track of them all, that one more law is going to turn the trick and fix everything.
Scum-Times! Good one - I’m stealing it for future posts. The old Chicago Sun Times is long gone. The “paper” is more left than Pravda. You are not far off on Obama supporting the paper. Read John Kass on how Mayor Rahm and his union donors are behind the scenes running the S-T.
Here is another one you can use, its partner in crime, The Chicago Fibune.
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