How do you have a logical discussion about the issues when the Left throws out racial epithets like it is yesterday’s garbage?
Congressman Bobby Rush and Senator Mark Kirk are at odds over how to crackdown on gang violence in Chicago.
Politicians talk about all the time about solving Chicago’s devastating street violence problem and the latest talk has pitted one Illinois lawmaker against another.
After meeting with the nominee for U.S. attorney Wednesday, Kirk spoke about the use of federal laws to go after one of the largest gangs in Chicago, the Gangster Disciples with mass arrests.
"I think it is completely within the capability of the United States government to crush a major urban gang," Kirk said.
Chicago Congressman Bobby Rush blasted Kirk’s comments. He told the Chicago Sun-Times that the senator’s proposal is "an elitist white boy solution to a problem he knows nothing about."