Especially when their decisions will have a direct impact on the size of the budget their department receives the following fiscal year?
I don't think this is a good idea.
If someone serves their sentence then they should go free.
If they are a long term threat then their sentence should reflect that. If they'll be threat for the rest of their life, then sentence them to life.
But don't say one thing and then do another. That's a precedent just asking to be abused.
I may be wrong.
As long as it's not Louis Vuitton I see no problem with that.Originally Posted by Tucker Case
I don't like murderers, muggers or drunk drivers either, but that doesn't mean we should just lock them all up forever and throw away the keys.Cheaper? If so, then whatever. Humane? I could care less about treating someone well who abuses young children for sick jollies, but that's just me.
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People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.
At any rate, the system sometimes makes mistakes. It is for this reason that we must ensure that even those who are the most despised for the nature of what they are accused of doing are treated humanely.