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Old 09-12-2013, 06:25 AM   #11
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Good for Chicago. Another victory. I wonder what spurred this on, though?
This is probably a result of recent preemptive pro gun laws passed by the Illinois
State Legislature. I'm sure Chicago fought it all the way.
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Nitestalker was only saying that the citizens of Chicago will be put through the ringer trying to get their permits. While they are being stalled with red tape the criminals will continue to use them for prey. Chicago is notorious for that kind of thing.

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OMG Pigs are flying.

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you mean the gun registry did not provide the names of all the gang-bangers killing each other and the 4 year olds that sleep next to Big Grandma's window in the front of the house? Who'd a thunk it!

I smell a rat. Gun-grabbing Libbies do not give up that easy. I expect we will see a 'bullet-registry' instead, as it seems much easier to get legal bullets than it is to get illegal guns. Fits right in with other Chicago-Community-Organized Idealism!

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And guess what? There is no mention of this in the alphabet news. But then, if all the Chicago LACs learn about it there won't be nearly as much crime for the media to report about.

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Great news for the freedom loving people of Chicago!

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This may sound callous, I don't think this or the new CC law will make much of a difference. As has been said in this post, red tape will be crazy and long for a CWP.

Most people there are probably conditioned to not see a CCW as a solution to the crime and murder. These people for the most part probably don't know any different from the "Sh!tcago Way".

Then to top it off, cops aren't in favor of CCW in Chicago and have said that it will cause lots of problems and they will shoot people with a gun. I'm pretty sure someone posted that "Halt Or I'll Shoot" article here about the LEO hostility towards CC in Chicago.

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