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Want to Get Shot? Move to a Democratic City That Has The Strictest Gun Laws.
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Forget Wal-Mart and skip your local gun show. The murderers of tomorrow will not be found wearing orange vests at your local sporting goods store. They won’t have NRA memberships or trophies on their walls.
You won’t find them in America. Look for them in Obamerica.
67% of firearm murders took place in the country’s 50 largest metro areas. The 62 cities in those metro areas have a firearm murder rate of 9.7, more than twice the national average. Among teenagers the firearm murder rate is 14.6 or almost three times the national average.
Those are the crowded cities of Obamerica. Those are the places with the most restrictive gun control laws and the highest crime rates. And many of them have been run by Democrats and their political machines for almost as long as they have been broken.
Obama won every major city in the election, except for Jacksonville and Salt Lake City. And the higher the death rate, the bigger his victory.
He won New Orleans by 80 to 17 where the murder rate is ten times higher than the national average. He won Detroit, where the murder rate of 53 per 100,000 people is the second highest in the country and twice as high as any country in the world, including the Congo and South Africa. He won it 73 to 26. And then he celebrated his victory in Chicago where the murder rate is three times the statewide average.
These places aren’t America. They’re Obamerica.
In 2006, the 54% of the population living in those 50 metro areas was responsible for 67% of armed killings nationwide. Those are disproportionate numbers especially when you consider that for the people living in most of those cities walking into a store and legally buying a gun is all but impossible.
Mayors of Obamerican cities blame guns because it’s easier than blaming people and now the President of Obamerica has turned to the same shameless tactic. The NRA counters that people kill people, but that’s exactly why Obamerican leaders would rather talk about the guns.
Chicago, the capital of Obamerica, is a city run by gangs and politicians. It has 68,000 gang members, four times the number of police officers. Chicago politicians solicit the support of gang members in their campaigns, accepting laundered contributions from them, hiring their members and tipping them off about upcoming police raids. And their biggest favor to the gang bosses is doing nothing about the epidemic of gang violence.
80% of Chicago’s murders are gang-related. But in 1999 when a bill came up in the Illinois State Senate to charge anyone carrying out a firearm attack on school property as an adult, a law that would have largely affected gang members, the future leader of Obamerica voted present. Had he not voted present, it is doubtful that he would have been reelected in an area where gang leaders wield a great deal of influence.
The majority of murders in the cities with the worst homicide rates are gang-related. And while it isn’t always possible to be certain whether a killing was gang-related, the majority of homicide victims in city after city have been found to have criminal records.
In 2010, there were 11,078 firearm homicides in the United States and over 2,000 known gang-related killings, over 90% of which are carried out with firearms. Since 1981, Los Angeles alone has had 16,000 gang related homicides. That’s more than twice the number of Americans killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Your best chance of being killed by some lunatic or gang banger with a gun.
Large metropolitan areas under democrat governance with strict gun laws?
Rural and small towns and states with concealed carry laws?
This is not a scientific survey,
to learn more. Results may not total 100% due to rounding and voting descrepencies.
118 days ago
Gun Violence Is Urban, Inner-City Violence
Written by Gary North on January 21, 2013
We know where gun violence is highest: inner-city districts that vote Democrat.
Is there any way to get the guns away from gangs? No. We all know this. Even Congress knows this.
Democrats say they want to get guns away from dangerous people. They do not mean people living in their voting districts. They mean in Republican, suburban districts. They are afraid of armed Republicans, not armed Democrats.
Taking away guns in the suburbs looks easier than taking them away in the inner cities. Bureaucrats will go for the safe targets.
Visualize a 23-year-old white male recently hired by the Department of Homeland Security. He has a B.A. degree in sociology. He is in Detroit. He is there to get residents’ guns.
He knocks at a door. A man comes to the door. “Are you Willie Williams?” The answer: “Who wants to know?” He replies, “If you are Willie Williams, I have come for your guns.”
How many weeks will he stay on the job?
This is why gun control is aimed at the suburbs: safe enforcement. But the laws cannot be enforced even there. There are too many gun owners. There are too many voters who say this: “The police cannot protect me. I must protect myself.”
That is what they say in the inner cities, too.
Americans are armed. They are going to stay armed. This is not Canada.
For the statistics, click the link.
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Read more: http://teapartyeconomist.com/2013/01/21/gun-violence-is-urban-inner-city-violence/#ixzz2J6fWV6UW
116 days ago
Lemme see... A city with millions of people living together with huge differences in earnings, social standing, race, religion, education on the one hand, a rural small town with a population of, say, 1.500 people, mostly of one race, Christian religion, similar income, social standing, education, a place where everybody knows his neighbors? In the large metropolitan areas the mass of people make gun violence more likely.
On the other hand, Aurora, Sandy Hook and other places of recent shootings are small towns.
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