Monday, July 09, 2012


CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago's mayor and police superintendent publicly defended their new gang-fighting strategy Monday amid growing criticism that the changes are failing and a big reason why the city's homicide rate has soared this year.
After weeks of media reports about Chicago homicides — which so far are up nearly 38 percent from last year — Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy defiantly said during a news conference that the gang strategies in place before McCarthy arrived were the ones that failed, not the new ones.


Emamuel and Obama are birds of a feather, aren't they? Gotta lay the blame at somebody else's feet.


Ron Russell said...

The democrats have developed "passing the buck" in a fine art form worthy of a Harvard graduate.

Anonymous said...

Typical of socilaists... never thier fault. I wonder what kind of parents these hacks had that they cannot take responisbilty for anything unless it puts a positive for them, then half the time it's ginned up data or stories.