Friday, June 22, 2012

The impotence of the police.

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?


RVN11B said...

I am extremely glad the gentleman survived this senseless attack.

I am just totally pissed that the jerk off slasher got away.

I daily thank all the gods that there is concealed/open carry where I live.

I have a fighting chance.

Anonymous said...

The good people of Chicago better leave it to the thugs

Spikessib said...

No, Rick, that would just encourage such behavior to spread. The good people of Chicago should take it back. From the corrupt political thugs as well as the plain street criminals. By whatever means necessary.