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Author: Subject: Chicago Residents want Obama’s boy Rahm Emanuel gone

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  posted on 2/3/2016 at 04:49 PM
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The failure to protect the citizens in these cities lies purely with the democrats


It's the UNITED States Mule. Every member of every community should be working to stop violence in their own home town. These murders are tragic. Sitting on one's ass and pointing fingers is tragic as well.

 

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  posted on 2/3/2016 at 05:24 PM
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The failure to protect the citizens in these cities lies purely with the democrats


It's the UNITED States Mule. Every member of every community should be working to stop violence in their own home town. These murders are tragic. Sitting on one's ass and pointing fingers is tragic as well.

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You live in a dream state.

The elected officials of these cities are charged with the responsibility of protecting their citizens and enforcing the laws.
Responsibilities that the democrats have failed to meet and their citizens are paying the ultimate price.


 

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  posted on 2/3/2016 at 05:45 PM
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The failure to protect the citizens in these cities lies purely with the democrats


It's the UNITED States Mule. Every member of every community should be working to stop violence in their own home town. These murders are tragic. Sitting on one's ass and pointing fingers is tragic as well.

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You live in a dream state.

The elected officials of these cities are charged with the responsibility of protecting their citizens and enforcing the laws.
Responsibilities that the democrats have failed to meet and their citizens are paying the ultimate price.




Actually, no. Protecting the people of a city is the job of the police, Mr. Executive.

 

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The failure to protect the citizens in these cities lies purely with the democrats


It's the UNITED States Mule. Every member of every community should be working to stop violence in their own home town. These murders are tragic. Sitting on one's ass and pointing fingers is tragic as well.

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You live in a dream state.

The elected officials of these cities are charged with the responsibility of protecting their citizens and enforcing the laws.
Responsibilities that the democrats have failed to meet and their citizens are paying the ultimate price.




Actually, no. Protecting the people of a city is the job of the police, Mr. Executive.

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The police department works for the mayor dumba$$.

In those cities run by democrats those mayors are far more interested in putting handcuffs on their police officers and send them to "sensitivity training".

 

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Well he did cut short his family vacation in December due to two more police shootings in Chicago.
Took him a while to get back from Cuba though.

 

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The failure to protect the citizens in these cities lies purely with the democrats


It's the UNITED States Mule. Every member of every community should be working to stop violence in their own home town. These murders are tragic. Sitting on one's ass and pointing fingers is tragic as well.

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You live in a dream state.

The elected officials of these cities are charged with the responsibility of protecting their citizens and enforcing the laws.
Responsibilities that the democrats have failed to meet and their citizens are paying the ultimate price.




Actually, no. Protecting the people of a city is the job of the police, Mr. Executive.

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The police department works for the mayor dumba$$.

In those cities run by democrats those mayors are far more interested in putting handcuffs on their police officers and send them to "sensitivity training".



Does the mayor micro manage the job? No. The mayor has nothing to do with the crime rate. To think that is the case is completely stupid, even for you. Economic conditions, unemployment, lack of upward mobility, these are things that cause crime rates to rise, not the mayor, Mr. Executive.

 

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  posted on 2/3/2016 at 10:47 PM
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Well he did cut short his family vacation in December due to two more police shootings in Chicago.
Took him a while to get back from Cuba though.

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The State of Illinois is listening to its citizens and Rahm Emanuel has a serious problem. His vacation in Cuba didn’t help his image either.

Illinois considers allowing recall attempts of Chicago mayor

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/midwest/ct-rahm-emanuel-reca ll-attempt-20160103-story.html


 

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  posted on 2/3/2016 at 11:37 PM
Like I said last time you posted this, not gonna happen...............

 

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Street cops say 'ACLU effect' drives spike in gun violence

http://chicago.suntimes.com/chicago-politics/7/71/1292856/cops-say-aclu-eff ect-drives-spike-gun-violence


 

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Like I said last time you posted this, not gonna happen...............


At this point in time, I don't think it would make much difference. Since laws in the US cannot be used ex post facto the recall legislation couldn't be used for past problems.
The matter now is that Emanuel, and probably everybody closely associated with him will become non-entities in future elections. They will be probably not be re-elected or elected to any position.
It would not be beyond belief that a law and order Republican could be elected to be the next Chicago mayor, and he could have a few Republican council members too.

There is now just too much animosity toward him and his group.

 

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Like I said last time you posted this, not gonna happen...............


At this point in time, I don't think it would make much difference. Since laws in the US cannot be used ex post facto the recall legislation couldn't be used for past problems.
The matter now is that Emanuel, and probably everybody closely associated with him will become non-entities in future elections. They will be probably not be re-elected or elected to any position.
It would not be beyond belief that a law and order Republican could be elected to be the next Chicago mayor, and he could have a few Republican council members too.

There is now just too much animosity toward him and his group.

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Yup.

Rahm was forced into a run-off election the last time against a no-name candidate even with Obama flying in for fund raisers and speeches.

The Chicago Crime Machine will never allow a law and order anybody be elected mayor.
This has been going on for how many decades?


 

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  posted on 2/4/2016 at 02:39 PM
Then how do you explain that Anita Alvarez, the States Attorney that is on the hot seat more than Rahm, is polling ahead of all her opponents? Not saying she will win, but right now she is ahead.....

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Ah yes, the corrupt Anita Alvarez.
The only thing she has going for her is the Chicago Criminal Operation.

Alvarez Q&A: We didn't sweep anything aside in McDonald case
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20160203/news/160209634/


Alvarez Defends Handling Of Laquan McDonald Case
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2016/02/04/alvarez-defends-handling-of-laquan-m cdonald-case/

Alvarez: 'I don't believe any mistakes were made' on McDonald case
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/politics/ct-cook-county-states-att orney-race-met-0205-20160204-story.html

 

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  posted on 2/4/2016 at 08:21 PM
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Wow! Look at all those protesters! Must be 15 or 16 protesters! Rahm should resign right now!

 

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Chicago homicides, shootings double over same period in 2015, officials say
Published March 01, 2016 - Associated Press

Tensions high in Chicago following police shooting

CHICAGO – Homicides and shootings have doubled in Chicago so far this year compared with the same period in 2015, and police have seized fewer illegal guns — more possible signals that officers have become less aggressive in the aftermath of a shooting video released last fall.

Interim Police Superintendent John Escalante said Tuesday that he was so concerned about officers possibly holding back that he filmed a video for the entire department in which he encouraged them to do their jobs and assured them that a federal probe of the force was not aimed at individuals.

"We are aware that there is a concern among the rank and file about not wanting to be the next YouTube video that goes viral," Escalante said in the video before introducing a segment of his own to remind viewers "why we took this job and swore this oath of office."
The statistics come almost exactly three months after the city, on the orders of a judge, released the video of Jason Van Dyke, a white officer, firing 16 shots at Laquan McDonald, a black teen killed in 2014. Since that day, Van Dyke has been charged with murder, and Superintendent Garry McCarthy has been fired. The Department of Justice launched a civil rights probe of the police force, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel has sought to regain public trust in the department and his own leadership.

The crime figures offer a stark reminder that the nation's third-largest city is nowhere near shedding its reputation for frequent street violence. The vast majority of the bloodshed is happening in neighborhoods on the south and west sides, away from the Loop business district.

In the first two months of the year, authorities recorded 95 homicides, compared with 48 for the same period last year. Thus far, there have been 406 shootings, or more than twice as many as the 180 reported in the same two-month period in 2015.

The McDonald case raised concerns that officers, fearful of attracting negative attention, may be pulling back and becoming more passive. Quietly, officers say they are not going to take chances that might land them in legal trouble or threaten their jobs and pensions.

"I'm hearing that police are standing down because they're afraid what might happen to them, that when they get a call, they wait to see if someone answers it first," said the Rev. Michael Pfleger, a prominent Roman Catholic priest and activist on the South Side. "I get really angry about that. If they are not going to do police work, they need to get out."

Evidence of a pullback starts with an 80 percent decrease in the number of street stops that the officers have made since the first of the year. Escalante said he believes that decrease is largely tied to the fact that since the first of the year, officers have been required to fill out far lengthier forms than the brief "contact cards" they used to use.

The new forms were the result of changes in state law and an agreement between the department and the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois that required Chicago police to more thoroughly document and monitor street stops.

Escalante said he hopes the newer and simpler forms the officers started filling out on Tuesday will help bring those numbers back up.

Officers' unwillingness to make as many stops as they once did might also explain the steep decline in gun seizures. Normally, the number of illegal guns recovered by police would climb with the number of homicides and shooting incidents, but the opposite has happened. So far this year, the total number of illegal guns seized by the department has fallen from 955 in the first two months of last year to 829 so far this year.

The decrease is particularly striking after the way McCarthy used to put seized weapons on display at news conferences. The displays were meant to show that his department was taking more guns off the streets than any other police force in the nation and to urge lawmakers to enact tougher gun laws.

The president of the union representing Chicago police officers did not respond Tuesday to messages from The Associated Press seeking comment.

Escalante, who has not put guns on display as often, said he has not deemphasized gun seizures. He pointed to encouraging recent signs that include a 33 percent increase in gun arrests in the last four weeks and a 20 percent increase in the number of street stops officers have made in the last two weeks.

He said he is optimistic that the street-stop numbers will continue to climb with the new shorter form that replaces the two-page investigatory stop form officers have been filling out since Jan. 1. And he said he is hopeful that certain changes, including the deployment of 100 newly trained sergeants to increase supervision, will ease the crime numbers.

"I believe they (officers) are starting to make the effort again," he said, "to try to do what they can to bring this violence down."




 

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  posted on 3/2/2016 at 02:17 PM
Chicago on track for deadliest year in nearly 2 decades
By Matt Finn - Published March 02, 2016 - FoxNews.com

Chicago police display some of the thousands of illegal firearms they confiscated during the year in their battle against gun violence in Chicago. At a news conference Tuesday, March 1, 2016, Chicago police said there have been about twice as many homicides and shootings so far this year in Chicago as compared to the same period in 2015. (AP)

The city of Chicago is witnessing its deadliest start to a year in nearly two decades -- 102 people have been killed and 475 people were shot in the city since January 1st.

The official police homicide count sits at 97, which includes only murders as opposed to what police consider justified homicides such as self-defense. 2016 is the most violent start to a year in the city since 1997, the Chicago Tribune reported.

“The level of violence is unacceptable and CPD continues to aggressively target those responsible, especially in neighborhoods where gang activity is most active,” CPD spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi wrote in an email.

Police blame some of the surge in violence on gang conflicts and retaliatory crimes, many of which officers now say begin on social media before spilling out onto the streets.

A recent study by the University of Chicago Crime Lab concludes that combining the high level of gun carrying in Chicago with impulsive behavior and drug use has also contributed to the extreme bloodshed. Last year over 7,000 guns were recovered from the streets of Chicago—more than New York and Los Angeles combined--according to police.

To complicate matters, the hubs of Chicago’s crime, the city’s west and south sides, potentially have become even more dangerous as the so-called “Ferguson Effect” is impacting how police patrol the streets. Analysts say officers are engaging less out of a fear of lawsuits or being labeled racist. Even Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in October 2015 that officers have become “fetal.”

“In Chicago, like a lot of other cities, the surfacing of videos and protests against police has had at least the short term impact on some of making them more passive than one would like,” former Chicago Tribune Managing Editor and Poynter Institute Media Correspondent, Jim Warren, tells Fox News.

Adding to the Ferguson Effect, the Chicago Police Department is also dealing with an “ACLU effect.” In an exclusive new agreement with the American Civil Liberties Union, Chicago Police officers are now required to fill out a two-page contact card after every engagement ranging from a simple ID check to an arrest.

The Chicago Fraternal Order of Police says the ACLU contact cards are burdensome and officers worry the compiled statistics could somehow be misconstrued and used against them. As a result, Chicago Police reported officers engaged a staggering 80 percent less in the month of January.

“They don’t want to be the next headline,” Chicago Fraternal Order of Police President, Dean Angelo, told Fox News. “It’s the amount of the above and beyond type of activity that officers were engaged in that we may not see at that same level ever again.”

The ACLU, however, denies its contact cards have anything to do with Chicago’s violence and tells Fox News since March 1st officers are filling out a more streamlined report with changes made based on police feedback.

In response to the skyrocketing crime CPD has formed a Gun Violence Task Force, teaming up with the Cook County Sherriff’s office and other local and federal agencies including Homeland Security.

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says he hopes the committee can implement some type of small emergency changes without legislation, commenting that he gets “hives” when he hears about another task force.

“If we can generate four, five, 10 small things to help our communities we will have accomplished something,” Dart said.

One of the challenges the task force faces is identifying who the big gun brokers are that deliver firearms in large quantities to the city’s streets. The University of Chicago Crime Lab findings indicate most gun offenders aren’t participators in the illegal gun market and many gun offenders admit to police they buy guns simply to protect themselves against everyone else who already carries a weapon.

Another common complaint heard in Chicago is that its judicial system is soft, especially in comparison to a city like New York where people reportedly drop their weapon and run from police. Dart says the task force will look into a potential gap between police and the state attorney's office.

“People in New York know they’re going away if they get locked up with a gun. Here, it’s happened before and I’m back out. I make bond and I’m back out,” Angelo said. “There’s really no serious repercussion and I hope that changes.”

The uptick in violence on the streets of Chicago comes as City Hall is dealing with its own turmoil. Chicago is in the midst of months of historic protests and unrest amid strong demands for Mayor Emanuel to resign.

Emanuel, working under record low approval ratings, has faced fierce criticism about the delayed release of previous CPD videos depicting white officers shooting unarmed black teens. Critics and protestors have alleged Emanuel tried to bury the tapes to secure his re-election last year.

In November, a judge ruled Chicago Police must release a video depicting white police officer Jason Van Dyke shooting unarmed black teen Laquan McDonald to death. The video sparked outrage and the former police Superintendent Garry McCarthy was fired. Van Dyke was charged with murder but has pleaded not guilty and awaits trial.

In an effort to be more transparent since, Emanuel recently announced CPD videos depicting shootings will now be released within 60 to 90 days, which is also a concern to police who might feel releasing the tapes too soon could impede an investigation or exacerbate any allegations.

Angelo argues the city should be taking more input directly from police who patrol the streets.

“Everyone’s become the expert in policing although they’ve never had a weapon on their hip, they’ve never got into a squad car, they’ve never put a badge on their chest and they never went into a situation when people were running from it but they all have an opinion and they all have a reason and they all have a design on police work,” Angelo said.

Chicago police announced in early March that among some of its immediate solutions to combat crime, the interim police chief is deploying 100 newly trained sergeants, working with the Chicago Department of Buildings to expedite the demolition of abandoned buildings that can serve as a hub of gang activity, and saturating high crime areas with added police.
Police say the increased enforcement is already seeing results: since the middle of February, gun arrests are up by 43%, and for the entire month of February, arrests for murder are up by more than 40% from last year.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/03/02/chicago-on-track-for-deadliest-year-in -nearly-2-decades.html?intcmp=hplnws




 

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Muleman, what is your point with your endless articles about Chicago gang violence? Sounds like passive aggression...say what's on your mind.
 

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Muleman, what is your point with your endless articles about Chicago gang violence? Sounds like passive aggression...say what's on your mind.

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The point is obvious to anyone with an open mind and that is not solely driven by their political agenda.

Black people are being murdered by other black people in epidemic numbers in cities rum by democrats.

However, you do not see or hear of the so-called black leaders or democrat politicians showing up in these cities to address the tragedy.

The democrat politicians claim that it is the Republicans and The NRA that block more gun control laws but that fact is that Chicago has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation. So much for the democrats rhetoric.

You will also never hear Obama. Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders discuss the slaughter of black people in Chicago and other democrat controlled cities.


 

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in cities rum by democrats.

Lay off the rum.

 

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  posted on 3/2/2016 at 04:14 PM
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The democrat politicians claim that it is the Republicans and The NRA that block more gun control laws but that fact is that Chicago has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation.


Edited because I will no longer respond to trolling.

[Edited on 3/2/2016 by BillyBlastoff]

 

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  posted on 3/2/2016 at 04:30 PM
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Lay off the rum.

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What is the matter son, those pesky facts upsetting you?

Keep ignoring the problem wholly owned by democrats. The dead black people will keep piling up in the morgues.

Why is it the liberals just don't care about human life?

 

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Lay off the rum.

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What is the matter son, those pesky facts upsetting you?


Nope, I just like laughing at you.

 

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Lay off the rum.

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What is the matter son, those pesky facts upsetting you?

Keep ignoring the problem wholly owned by democrats. The dead black people will keep piling up in the morgues.

Why is it the liberals just don't care about human life?



I don't believe that any of those murders were committed by any politicians, Democrat or Republican. Not everything has a linear cause. Try to think outside the box once in a while. Or better yet, just try to think.

 

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The point is obvious to anyone with an open mind and that is not solely driven by their political agenda.

Black people are being murdered by other black people in epidemic numbers in cities rum by democrats.

However, you do not see or hear of the so-called black leaders or democrat politicians showing up in these cities to address the tragedy.

The democrat politicians claim that it is the Republicans and The NRA that block more gun control laws but that fact is that Chicago has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation. So much for the democrats rhetoric.

You will also never hear Obama. Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders discuss the slaughter of black people in Chicago and other democrat controlled cities.


The reason nobody is talking about Chicago gang violence, or any other city's gang violence, is because it is not new. Inner-city gang violence has been going on for centuries in cities all over the world - frequent mass shootings in America have not. Frequent mass shootings in America are a new phenomena, and deserve the extra attention they are getting. Stopping gang violence isn't about gun laws - it's a much bigger issue than that. Gangs exist because they don't abide by any law, so I don't see how your logic applies. Furthermore, if gang members choose to enter the game and shoot each other dead, it's not so much of a tragedy as dozens of 1st graders being slaughtered while in school - surely you can see that difference.

This is another clear example of how your anger and hatred causes you to use poor judgment and cripples your ability to think and reason.

[Edited on 3/3/2016 by BoytonBrother]

 
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