Chicago continues to prove why they have become the California and NYC of the Midwest.
A man walking his dog has his throat slashed.
The police's response is to urge citizens to walk in well-lit areas, have a cell phone and not hesitate to call 9-1-1.
In Texas, and elsewhere, our response is to carry a firearm and if some wacked-out cracked-out creep comes up to slash our throat while we're out walking our dog, then there will be blood flowing, but in all likelihood, from a round hole in the creep's body rather than a jagged line from our throats.
To be a victim or not be a victim. The choice is ours--just not in Chicago.
One thing is for certain, however. The police are impotent to do anything about it. On the other hand, traffic tickets don't seem to be a problem. One type of enforcement costs money, the other type makes money.
Seems to be a national trend, doesn't it?