Why is Obamas home city of Chicago asking for National Guard troops to protect the city?

Was the job he did there as state senator as poor as the job he is doing as POTUS?

Asked By: Obamatopia Idiocracy! - 4/27/2010
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Number of Chicago Murders in 2008 Tops U.S. Soldier Deaths in Iraq, But Media’s Not Reporting It. yea its sad and pretty scary. (i live in Chicago) so thats why. :-(
Answered By: Lauren - 4/27/2010
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they have to start somewhere to introduce the fascist system...pray this is not our future.
Answered By: deathstar - 4/27/2010
ahhhhhhhhhhhhahahhahaaaaaaaaa yes!. and what is even more suprising is next election people will show right back up at those polls and vote in another rich c*cks**ker that cares nothing for the constitution or the poor and middle class.
Answered By: mrknowitall - 4/27/2010
Obama = trouble Obama's neighbor-hood = trouble. Obama's nation = trouble. Obama = Anti-Christ
Answered By: Big Al - 4/27/2010
Have you noticed that there are no cries of racism over it. Damnn the left is up in arms over Arizona having the police enforce the law, yet not word one about ARMED Soldiers patrolling the streets of Chicago. And which one is more shades of Nazi Germany?
Answered By: warren v - 4/27/2010
As many people are dying in Iraq as in Chicago. Whats Ironic is that in Arizona they have one of the highest kidnapping rates in the world,and is one of the most violent . And the Obama administration is going to Challenge the legality of the Illegal immigration law in the one state that really needs troops.
Answered By: don - 4/27/2010
The city isn't asking, to members of the State Legislature are asking... More
Answered By: Doug B - 4/27/2010
imo, what he did as Senator isn't influencing the Criminals. What he has said as President (Acted Stupidly!) and his Attorney General Eric Holder has said and done, about enforcement of the law in sensitive areas (i****************s) may give drug dealers the impression the Police have to look over their shoulder when... More
Answered By: Banker - 4/27/2010
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