Do you think Tony Veitch should be goose-stepped off the airwaves by the third Reitch** of lefty/liberal public opinion, or should he be given a chance? Has he paid his debt to society or are the penalty interest rates still applying?
A timely question, given the interesting connection Lindsay made about other types of Jockeys and Trevor Mallard representative of the left. And also a general observation about liberals, conservatives and libertarians:
..One of the biggest disagreements between the political left and right is their conflicting notions of fairness. Across many surveys and experiments, we find that liberals think about fairness in terms of equality, whereas conservatives think of it in terms of karma. In our survey for YourMorals.org, we asked Americans how much they agreed with a variety of statements about fairness and liberty, including this one: "Ideally, everyone in society would end up with roughly the same amount of money." Liberals were evenly divided on it, but conservatives and libertarians firmly rejected it.Conservatives, liberals and libertarians
*Or did Paul Henry have to resign for what he thought. What, punishment for thought crimes? Is it legal for me to suggest this?
**OK, I know Veitch and Reich is an example of illiteration rather than alliteration, but I don't care.