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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    "Daily ass rape" is a legal punishment in the US? What if he enjoys it? What if he's on top? Would that be different?
    The word rape infers lack of consent. If he enjoys it, he's likely consenting isn't he?

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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    I shake my head at the all too frequent examples of the far right mentality which savours the prospect of male rape and/or torture as a component of the American way of justice.
    I can honestly say that this lefty likes the idea of certain people getting their stool forcefully pushed up daily as well. The perp in this case when convicted seems deserving.

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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh_Akston View Post
    What on earth does what he stated have to do with "right wingers"? As somewhat of a "right winger" myself, I do believe in the truth - because the truth has no agenda. But that has nothing to do with the OP nor the post you quoted. I have a novel idea, let's stick to the topic and stop derailing threads with nonsense shall we?
    Here is what he said, and it is directly related to rightwingerism

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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Here is what he said, and it is directly related to rightwingerism
    How on earth you made that connection is beyond the pale.

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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh_Akston View Post
    How on earth you made that connection is beyond the pale.
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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    I happen to believe that prison should be a punishment. It is not a hospital to cure people of their criminal behavior that a lot of scumbag sympathizers would have us believe. But idiots insist that these scum should have TVs, air conditioning, weights, libraries and many other luxuries so the only bad thing about prison is what might happen in a episode of OZ. Prison should not be a San Francisco Dormitory on the rough side of town. It should be a prison. As a prison the inmates should work in chain gangs, not have luxuries, not have any freedom to interact with anyone and so on.
    And if you're going to make prison like that, then getting into one should be much harder than it is today.

    And in making prison like that, you mine as well keep them locked up forever because if you treat someone like an animal for 15 years, and then one day release them, give them nothing but the clothes on their backs and throw them out on the streets, they aren't going to have a clue what to do. Not to mention put them on strict supervision where they breathe wrong they go back. I'm all for making prison a tough place, but in doing so, we MUST make it like Japan, where it is the LAST place you end up, not the first. Once you've exhausted all other options, lock them up. Not the "lock 'em all up" attitude of America. Did you know we have the most people in prison of any nation on the planet, and we have the highest per capita ratio of inmates to civilians? Why is that? Are Americans really that bad, or is our justice system really that ****ed up?

    You obviously have ZERO interaction with inmates or the prison system as a whole. If you did, your attitude would be vastly different.
    Last edited by dontworrybehappy; 08-18-11 at 12:05 AM.

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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by dontworrybehappy View Post
    And if you're going to make prison like that, then getting into one should be much harder than it is today.

    And in making prison like that, you mine as well keep them locked up forever because if you treat someone like an animal for 15 years, and then one day release them, give them nothing but the clothes on their backs and throw them out on the streets, they aren't going to have a clue what to do. Not to mention put them on strict supervision where they breathe wrong they go back. I'm all for making prison a tough place, but in doing so, we MUST make it like Japan, where it is the LAST place you end up, not the first. Once you've exhausted all other options, lock them up. Not the "lock 'em all up" attitude of America. Did you know we have the most people in prison of any nation on the planet, and we have the highest per capita ratio of inmates to civilians? Why is that? Are Americans really that bad, or is our justice system really that ****ed up?

    You obviously have ZERO interaction with inmates or the prison system as a whole. If you did, your attitude would be vastly different.
    That's why we need to go ahead and zap'em and be done with it.
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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by dontworrybehappy View Post
    And if you're going to make prison like that, then getting into one should be much harder than it is today.

    And in making prison like that, you mine as well keep them locked up forever because if you treat someone like an animal for 15 years, and then one day release them, give them nothing but the clothes on their backs and throw them out on the streets, they aren't going to have a clue what to do. Not to mention put them on strict supervision where they breathe wrong they go back. I'm all for making prison a tough place, but in doing so, we MUST make it like Japan, where it is the LAST place you end up, not the first. Once you've exhausted all other options, lock them up. Not the "lock 'em all up" attitude of America. Did you know we have the most people in prison of any nation on the planet, and we have the highest per capita ratio of inmates to civilians? Why is that? Are Americans really that bad, or is our justice system really that ****ed up?
    It is because of scumbag sympathizers why prison is a joke and the worst thing to fear is what might happen in a episode of OZ, which that itself does not deter people because a lot of these people have the attitude that they are Billy Bad Ass and no one can kick their ass. The thing about people like you is that you forget that prison is supposed to be a punishment. The worst thing about prison should be chain gangs, no social life, no luxuries and many other things. The man in the OP if he did it should never be released and if possible a bullet put into his head.

    You obviously have ZERO interaction with inmates or the prison system as a whole. If you did, your attitude would be vastly different.
    One of the schools I went to as a kid had us go to scared straight program if that counts
    Last edited by jamesrage; 08-18-11 at 03:21 AM.
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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    It is because of scumbag sympathizers why prison is a joke and the worst thing to fear is what might happen in a episode of OZ, which that itself does not deter people because a lot of these people have the attitude that they are Billy Bad Ass and no one can kick their ass. The thing about people like you is that you forget that prison is supposed to be a punishment. The worst thing about prison should be chain gangs, no social life, no luxuries and many other things. The man in the OP if he did it should never be released and if possible a bullet put into his head.

    One of the schools I went to as a kid had us go to scared straight program if that counts
    When I was in school there was a paddle that was used and we feared Dad when we got home more than anything and we learned there was a right and wrong way to do things. In other words we learned consequences and it was teaching us morality.

    Too many people are into this don't force kids to toe the line because it might make them feel bad, and they end up being like the scum bags who do this kind of things.

    Fear of serious punishment would be a good thing, I like the way Sheriff Joe treats prisoners in the Maricopa County jail tent city, and it's a cheaper way to house them.

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    Re: Man Accused of Decapitating Disabled 7-year old Son

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    When I was in school there was a paddle that was used and we feared Dad when we got home more than anything and we learned there was a right and wrong way to do things. In other words we learned consequences and it was teaching us morality.

    Too many people are into this don't force kids to toe the line because it might make them feel bad, and they end up being like the scum bags who do this kind of things.

    Fear of serious punishment would be a good thing, I like the way Sheriff Joe treats prisoners in the Maricopa County jail tent city, and it's a cheaper way to house them.

    jailTent.jpg
    I find it funny that because of the scumbag sympathizer's hatred for Sheriff Joe and attempt to demonize him they basically gave the man fame,made him even more popular and basically revealed that you can have the inmates live in tents, work in chain gangs, eat only bologna sandwiches and not have many luxuries. I guess those scumbag sympathizers thought the rest of the country sympathized with scumbags too and it bit them in the ass.
    Last edited by jamesrage; 08-18-11 at 09:15 AM.
    "A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murder is less to fear"

    Cicero Marcus Tullius

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