After the Gun Ban.
So, it's after the gun ban, you feel all safe that those dangerous guns are off the street. You're sitting at home with you wife and two kids, you go to the kitchen when you hear someone kick in the front door, you look to see three armed thugs, (They have GUNS, I thought they were banned), grab your family. You move back into the kitchen to call 911.
First you think you could run out the door to your neighbors, because he has guns, then you remember, no he doesn't because you turned him in for having legal guns and they came and took them away and he told you to go pound sand and never speak to him again.
So you now remember you left your cell phone on the counter to charge, you grab it and call 911, of course you're put on hold, told you are caller #2. The 911 operator is tied up with a lady who, for the third time today, called 911 to say aliens are rearranging the clothes in her closet. The caller ahead of you is waiting to tell the police how Taco Bell messed up his order, so you wait.
Now you finally get the operator on the line and tell them you are in the middle of a home invasion, the operator immediately sends this to dispatch, the good thing is, there are two officers only 3 blocks away. The bad thing is, they are in the middle of a domestic disturbance with a family who's 10 year old has torn up his room after his parents, who vowed since his birth, to never spank him, can't control him because he won't stop playing video games and do his homework.
But wait, there are 4 more officers only 8 blocks away, but they are tied up with a meth user who tried to steal drugs from a local drug store and it is taking 4 officers to subdue this person.(Didn't they make meth illegal?)
So, the first AVAILABLE officers are 15 blocks away, they rush to scene, but by the time they arrive, the last of the blood is running out of you, your wife and kids and the officers can only hear the 911 operator still on the phone saying, "They're almost there."
So how's that gun ban working out for you?