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posted: 7/20/2014 12:01 AM

Never let a good crisis go to waste

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Never let a good crisis go to waste

I can't help but notice just how many crises keep coming around every corner of this administration, and around many of the democratically controlled areas of the country. We have to many shootings here in Chicago, we have the middle east exploding in violence and we have borders that leak like a 100 year old faucet.

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All of which makes me wonder if this administration is even trying to solve the problems or are they just concerned about how to "never let a good crisis go to waste," even those of their own making.

We have a mayor and police chief drumming the gun control theme over and over again, yet they seem to know where they come from and where they are being sold, where are the feds? Why isn't the ATF and FBI investigating how these are ending up on the streets of Chicago. That might help end the problem, on the other hand it also ends the crisis, and those who take advantage of the crisis.

Thousands of kids are crossing the border with help from the Mexican government and I suspect our own government, and the president could stop it with national guard troops, but again that would put an end to the crisis, but it seems they are more focused on how to "never let a good crisis go to waste" once again. You have to wonder if they are interested in ending crises or just using them to get what they really want.

Martin J. Uttich

Carol Stream

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