...and beating of breasts... as another "Red" Star poll goes horribly wrong.
9/22/2008 02:30:00 pm
Yup - CTV found out the same thing!Today's ResultShould youth found guilty of serious crimes be named publicly upon conviction? Yes, all of them 76% Maybe just those 16 and older 17% No, a kid is a kid 7% This is not a scientific poll DWT
LOL to funny, I hate that site and News Paper. Gag me with a spoon, it reeks of communist elitism.
Well Neo,the ever non-partisan (Liberal) Soo-ee-hanna on cbc,just had Martha McKinnon on..with Justice for Children and youth.You can guess how that discussion went! Sooeee asked why this youth crime thingy coming up now,and the liberal Martha said: Because kids don't vote,there's political capital in it,and it's easy to pick on kids! There you have it..the cbc view,so it must be right and the poll is just horribly screwed up!
*"sammy says... there's political capital in it"yeah well... the pesky speck of dust in the socialist eye may just be... "c'mon now... who really does like being mugged?"*
Hey Neo,check out link over at Nat.News to blog with photos of Lizzie May speaking at an anti-Isreal rally.Wonder how that will go over..or will it be buried?
Toronto is now overrun with drug gangs many of which have origins in LA and NYC etc. They are shooting up the streets. In just the past 3 weeks within a 3 mile radius of where I live there has been at least half a dozen 'executions' in the street due to gang violence mostly revolving around drug distribution. The way to attack this is to come clean in the media about what is going on so the public can understand the gravity of the situation. (real conservative)
The only reason the no-name youth came into law was because some rich snot didn't want their kids name in the paper. Perhaps a bit of public humiliation for the families might make them take responsibilty for their children.
*to society's lasting general detriment... there's apparently no such thing as public shaming any more.i say name 'em all... and hey, maybe bring back "the stocks" while we're at it.*
You know when I was a kid and did something I wasn't suppose to, if there was an adult in close proxmity to my arse, I got a kick for it.I was one of those kids that could have became a career criminal. I romanticized crime, just like the kids do today. There wasn't a make a car I didn't drive. I had a thing for cars.I never kept them, just drove them around and left them somewhere.I am glad I had adults around that would boot my arse, to take the shine off of the flashy lights of the criminal sirens calling out to me.
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