“I got a call from my son very shaken up that someone in a strange vehicle was here,” Windham CT father Troy Quick told wfsb.com. “They were banging on the door.” “Quick said his two children, ages 12 and 14, ran for a bathroom, locked the door and dialed 911. Their dog, Chunk, tried to deter the intruders. ‘They heard him yelping so I assumed they kicked him and threw him down the stairs,’ Quick explained.The suspects kicked in the front door of the home and went from room to room, looking for items to steal. Quick said the children were not hurt and believes the thieves made off with jewelry, money and his son’s wallet. Now, he wants to know why it took police so long to get there.” And I’d like to know why he thought he could depend on the police to protect his boys. I reckon there’s some kind of correlation between Mr. Quick’s consternation and the Constitution State’s post-Newtown firearms and magazine registration laws. I just can’t put my finger on it . . .