Did you go to school in a long bus or a short bus? When you were a kid, did you wear hockey equipment but you weren't on a team?Originally posted by Jamesrage:
You still smoking that herb?
Thank you. And for your information, I do think America is the best country in the world.Originally posted by Jamesrage:
If you have not done any thing for over ten years then you are not a degenerate junkie.
Ironic that YOU are trying to steer back to topic as you were the one that steered off topic to begin with.jamesrage said:Seeing how this thread got off topic a little,I will try to stear back on the subject of punishment or rehabilitation.
Was this thread made in repsonse because that rat child molester supporter judge Judge Edward Cashman who gave a child molester only 60 days?
Rat vermin child molester supporter judge reveals his true colors.
This is what this rat vermin pedophiler supporter in a black robe said.
The judge says did it because he no longer believes in punishment and he wants to speed the rapist's entry into a rehabilitation program.
jfuh said:Ironic that YOU are trying to steer back to topic as you were the one that steered off topic to begin with.
The jugde should not have used the bench to litigate. But the system is messed up in that it's progressing punishment over rehabilitation. The corrections department classified the man as a low risk sex offender, essentially that it's unlikly he would commit the same offense again.
It may seem an outrage that this man was sentenced to only 60 days in jail, but it is also showing that the system is so faulty in "tough against crime" that a 25 year judge would be willing to throw it all out because he sees the system as not working and that rehabilitation is more important.
It's true, light offenders should not be thrown in with hardened criminals, but then this current policy of dehuminizing criminals is not going to make a better society. Everyone faults and should be given the opportunity to show otherwise and be steered right. Or shown the path of God as is advocated in the christian faith. Jesus said "let he who has not sinned cast the first stone". All of us have sinned in our lives so then why do does society then seem so bent on locking up and throwing away the key to every offender?
vergiss said:Dude, shut up. I'm a liberal and feel rather sickened by it.
Don't play dumb. You no what she meant.Originally posted by jamesrage:
Sickened by what,the judge's light sentence he gave to that rat vermin piece **** sub-human child molester or my comment about the left wanting to to take it easy on vermin?
Well 10 people voted for "Rehabilitation and protection of society" and 3 people voted for " Rehabilitation (try to turn every criminal into a member of society)".So I have to wonder.Billo_Really said:Don't play dumb. You no what she meant.
Not every criminal. Some have lost their right to ever be a member of society again. But you speak of them in terms as though they are one entity, with one mind-set and one common voice. That couldn't be the furthest thing from the truth.Originally posted by jamesrage:
Well 10 people voted for "Rehabilitation and protection of society" and 3 people voted for " Rehabilitation (try to turn every criminal into a member of society)".So I have to wonder.
Billo_Really said:Not every criminal. Some have lost their right to ever be a member of society again. But you speak of them in terms as though they are one entity, with one mind-set and one common voice. That couldn't be the furthest thing from the truth.
I'm against revenge.Originally posted by jamesrage:
So you are telling me that you either voted for the " Rehabilitation, punishment and the protection of society" or "Punishment (revenge for wrongs committed)" option?
Don't worry Billo, :2razz: I'll always think of you that way.jamesrage said: