Monday, June 12, 2006

Stats for Libs

Murders, robberies and aggravated assaults in the United States increased last year, spurring an overall rise in violent crime for the first time since 2001, according to FBI data.
Murders rose 4.8 percent, meaning there were more than 16,900 victims in 2005. That would be the most since 1998 and the largest percentage increase in 15 years.
Murders jumped from 272 to 334 in Houston, a 23 percent spike; from 330 to 377 in Philadelphia, a 14 percent rise; and from 131 to 144 in Las Vegas, a 10 percent increase.
Despite the national numbers, Detroit, Los Angeles and New York were among several large cities that saw the number of murders drop. The overall increase in violent crime was modest, 2.5 percent, which equates to more than 1.4 million crimes. Nevertheless, that was the largest percentage increase since 1991.

Now ask yourself, libs, why would I bring this number (16,900 murders in on year in USA) to your attention - simple, so you shut up about Iraq minimal casualty rate, don't be hypocrites


Blogger Rodogg said...

I wonder why you would bring this up eh, its your damn Bush running everything in the states. Are you trying to make a point here other than Bush cannot be a good president, your stats prove it, haha.

6:46 PM, June 12, 2006  
Blogger Brian Lemon said...

Brilliant comment...
These guys are so astute and informed.
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2:03 PM, June 14, 2006  
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