Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Is anyone else bothered by...

the Sun Times story this past Sunday on the most favorable zip codes for city workers, ESPECIALLY the zip codes for sworn officers? I mean, we all know where we live or would like to live and we have a good idea why we'd like to live there. But why, in this age of customized terrorism, would you publish the graphics like they did when law enforcement personnel and their families are targeted the world over simply for the fact that they are usually the glue that hold neighborhoods and society together? Or hasn't the Slum-Times been following the car and suicide bombers killing people signing up for police jobs in Iraq or the stalking of Iraqi and Afghani police commanders in efforts to demoralize the troops? After the coordinated suicide bombings on the London underground, how devastating would it be for terrorists to drive half a dozen car bombs into, say, two or three catholic schools in Garfield Ridge, Mount Greenwood and Edison Park, strictly with the aim of killing copper's families? And if you think the police aren't targets in America (yet), go here and see what the anarchists did to a copper in San Francisco just 3 days ago. Scroll down to the third picture and ask yourself why the main stream media didn't cover these riots in California extensively during the G-8 conference.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone knows where the police live,it is not to hard to figure out. Any Arab terrorists living in this city for any amount of time would know this.

7/13/2005 01:50:00 AM  
Blogger sharky said...

While that's true, you don't put it out there as a reminder to some nutcase who's possibly looking for a target of some kind.

7/13/2005 04:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The thing that made me laugh was the aldercreatures who were...shocked...to learn that so many city workers lived in certain places. Hello? Think we want to live where we work? Hell no!

7/14/2005 08:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe we should really push for getting rid of the residency rule. Telling you where to sleep is like telling you who to sleep with.

7/16/2005 11:37:00 PM  

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