Chicago, IL—In a move that can only be described as lawless Mayor Daley and his City Council have defied the United States Supreme Court edict under McDonald vs City of Chicago. The court has struck down the gun ban as it more importantly established that no state or local governments can infringe on the people’s right to keep and bear arms.
The written formal order is forthcoming from the 7th Circuit court of Appeals where the matter was remanded. The fact remains that the gun ban was formally and finally declared unconstitutional and gun rights infringements are forever unenforceable nationwide. .
Mayor Richard M. Daley made no bones about it saying he would find other roadblocks to keep Chicagoans from enjoying their absolute right. Daley kept his word and placed the taxpayers of Chicago in the position of being the ATM for every person that finds their Constitutional rights violated. Daley did so by conspiring with other politicians and bureaucrats under his iron fist to willfully violate Civil Rights.
Here is the final insult to the Supreme Court and every citizen of Chicago:
Gun Control July 22010
whereas people are killed by people with guns who don't give a fuck about the law whereas a similar useless ordinance is already in place whereas Chicago is the murder capital of the world.
Being on the CPD over 25 years even I can't make any sense out of this nonsense. More shit we ain't got the manpower or the money to enforce. Not to worry though, there are enough suck asses on the job who will go out and enforce this shit against good law abiding tax paying Americans, just so they can keep their spots.
Just go to The Sun Times web site, and read crime for the day. How many of the shootings to you think are commited by law abiding citizens, with registered fire arms. Wke up Daley. YOU ARE AN IDIOT.
Does it strike anyone else as odd that Chicago's new ordinance actually refers to the number of gun-related crimes over the last couple of years... while their gun ban was in effect??? Are they trying to argue for, or against, their own ban?
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