Book 'um Danno.posted @ Tuesday, December 17, 2013 - 10:15
Gimme some uh dat unaffordable health care or I'll cut you man.posted @ Tuesday, December 17, 2013 - 10:11
Pelosi and Reid should have been made to be the first two to sign up for this disaster.posted @ Monday, December 16, 2013 - 07:02
[quote][b]Oh-dear[/b] - While very satisfying the shotgun scheme would unfortunately get you in trouble. [/quote]
Not if I'm on the jury.posted @ Monday, December 16, 2013 - 06:56
The rumor is that the big freeze up nawth has the assets in Nebraska frozen. This might be the problem.posted @ Monday, December 16, 2013 - 06:53
The cash for clunkers is not starting up again is it? Now that was as big a scam as giving money to the now bankrupt "green" companies.posted @ Monday, December 16, 2013 - 06:50
There is a rumor Dennis Rodman is only going to North Korea to try and force a takeover of the little runt's, Kim Jong Un, kingdom. Dennis might not want to wear a wedding gown on his next visit.posted @ Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 15:46
More proof that paroling criminals doesn't work.posted @ Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 15:39
Throw the book at this felon, he has proven he is not worthy of carrying a weapon.posted @ Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 15:37
I doubt they are selling these to a junk yard. They are recovering precious metals from them.posted @ Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 15:35
It cost the salary of the "boss" and any others necessary to manage the inmates and public security. This would be considered cruel and unusual punishment today, unfortunately. There is very little labor that inmates can do today that can be more cheaply done by modern machinery and sophisticated systems, even growing food. There is a degree of danger in having inmates out in public, but of course, minor criminals can be trusted and motivated to pick up highway trash and help out in recycling centers. A few offenders can be rehabilitated, particularly young ones, so we should at least try (and we do).
A lot of the jobs like growing, preparing, and serving food are educational so the inmates can use them after they leave prison.posted @ Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 15:13
It costs more to try to make them do that. Punishment is revenge and not appropriate for our criminal justice system. Punishment assumes an attempt to change behavior; it doesn't work in most cases, especially for mentally deficient offenders who make up the majority of criminals. What we should aim for is to simply hold those offenders out of society so they can no longer interfere with and harm the rest of us. Death would be cheaper (not counting our ridiculous judicial system), but 100% surity is not possible in nearly all cases. We have killed a disturbing number of innocent people with our current system; it distresses me deeply that I am a part of that. Given the judicial costs of death penalty cases, we may as well just house them for life and hope theirs is a short one.
Georgia Chain Gang Education
My grandpa said he saw the boss (Capt) on a Georgia chain gang have a crew did a deep hole like a well and put a convict in it who wouldn't work. They started filling it with water and gave the lazy convict a tin cup to bail water or drown. The lazy convict became an amazing worker with that tin cup when the water reached the level of his chin. The Capt said he never had any trouble getting the former deadbeat convict to work after that. It didn't cost the state of Georgia anything to teach that convict that lesson.posted @ Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 12:42
I have only stated what is in the Constitution, it says one of the main reasons the US was established was to provide for the common defense. It made no reference to creating massive debts and social programs. No statesman would use our tax dollars to buy votes, and this is what those politicians have been doing. Statesmen would say no to programs we can't afford, and they would demand the national debt be paid.posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 23:58
This guy that scammed the taxpayers in South Africa from whom he stole their money probably has a degree for how to sign from an on line Nigerian school. If people like him spent as much time trying to learn as they do trying to steal they would be able to get real jobs making real money. Real work on a chain gang might get his mind right.posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 18:11
[quote][b]NXS[/b] - Well, well, looks like Boehner has finally pointed out what rational adults already knew- the T-Potty is being misled by wingnut fringe groups to the detriment of our government and our nation. Doubtful, however, that this fact will have any impact on their continued wallowing in ignorance and obstructionism.
The real detriment to our government is spending money we don't have and increasing the interest on money we must borrow to keep the socialist programs in force. It is so easy for politicians to say "yes" to massive wasteful spending. It takes a statesman who cares about their country and its future to say "no". When did it become ignorant to pay bills we owe?posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 14:15
Many con artist thugs crawl out of septic tanks this time of the year and perform their crime on hard working people. I wish they could be returned to their abode piece by piece so we could have some peace.posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 14:08
Maybe my daddy was right when he said, "If you can't say something nice don't say anything at all."posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 14:01
I'm not poor, but my kids could never use this defense. I made my work and be responsible for their actions, didn't have any problems with them that a switch or a fatherly talk couldn't solve.
An elderly man told me that raising kids was like raising bird dogs. You should discipline them when they are young. If you wait until they develop bad habits to start disciplining them you have waited to late, and then they are not worth a tinker's dam to hunt with or in the case of a young adult with bad habits they aren't worth much to society.posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 13:55
The kids learn violence early in McDonough even in their preschools.posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 13:29
Production of blood by fanatic fans in a violent confrontation after an athletic event is proof of demented poor losers.posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 13:21
Run over a tree rat rather than running over a utility pole next time.posted @ Friday, December 13, 2013 - 11:32
This guy was signing how to fix obamacare rather than what the speaker was saying.posted @ Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 11:56
Another scam artist thug was caught. He probably won't even get probation in South Africa.posted @ Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 11:50
Stone Mountain sure has seen better days.posted @ Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 11:47
I have found wine to be fine, but liquor to be quicker.posted @ Wednesday, December 11, 2013 - 14:52
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