I carry a gun with me virtually everywhere I go except for Illinois and New Jersey.
That would be because I refuse to set foot in either of those states.
As a veteran, I fought for freedom. Illinois and New Jersey are at the height of freedom-suppressing corruption. In fact, no locale anywhere in all of North America has the corruption history of Chicago, and my sympathies go out to the Land of Lincoln because the cancer that is the Windy City has fatally infected the entire state.
I give you Illinois juries as an example.
Seven innocent people killed by these two pieces of human sewage.
Inside the Cook County jail, the perp gets violent with one of the jailers, who in defense, punches the son of a bitch in the face.
The jailer had no way of knowing that fourteen years later, that would be a half-million dollar blow he landed to James Degorski's face.
For half a million dollars, I wished the jailer had rendered Degorski unrecognizable, unconscious and unresponsive.
Seven innocent victims dead at Degorski's hands. They only got buried. Their families got condolences. Their murderer got almost half a million dollars.
Did some of the OJ jury's cancer spread to Illinois? Or did perhaps the corruption Chicago has always been known for make its way to California?
Jennifer Bonjean was crowing after the verdict that it was a "great day for civil rights."
Question for you, counselor: What about the civil rights of the seven dead victims your piece of crap client murdered? How great of a day was it for them.
I carry a gun because I've seen violence up close and personal. I saw it in the military and I saw it in law enforcement. Rabid vermin like James Degorski only respond properly to one form of deterrence, and that is repeated aeration via lead projectiles.
It's obvious the justice system in Illinois--local, state and federal--is more worried about the civil rights of the murderers and crooks rather than the victims and the innocents.
If you need proof, simply look at our present administration in Washington that hails from Chicago. They prosecuted Marines who pissed on dead murderers known as Taliban. They prosecuted four Navy SEALs who did their job a little too well. They hung an ambassador and two former SEALs out to dry and be killed in Benghazi, then another Chicago product screeched "What difference does it make?"
I hope someone shoves a spiked baseball bat up Degorski's ass in prison.
And I hope his communist lawyer, Jennifer Bonjean, finds herself the recipient of the Knockout Game. And then I hope her assailants sue her for not bleeding enough.
Civil rights, indeed.
Ilk like Degorski and Bonjean are why I carry a gun.