Friday, March 9, 2018

"Capturing the Essence"

One of the candidates for the Illinois Attorney General's office went into Chicago with a camera crew to "capture the essence of the city." And DID he! He was robbed at gunpoint and his camera crew lost their cameras, sound equipment, their cell phones, and all their money. I can say, without fear of contradiction by intelligent people that being a victim of gun violence is definitely "the essence of Chicago." Can you say "irony?" A politician learned, first hand, that all their stringent gun laws do NOTHING to reduce gun violence. I should ask him if he asked the thugs if their guns were registered, and if they actually bought them legally. Probably not. Maybe that will actually be a lesson to him, and he will maybe find a REAL way to curb gun violence in Chicago. Probably not. He will probably become a full-fledged anti-gun fool, as do many non-thinking politicians. One constant with anti-gun fools is, they never learn by experience. They have one idea on how to reduce gun violence, and no matter how many times it fails, they keep doing it, over and over again, ad infinitum, ad nauseum. (Keep and Bear)

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