Sunday, April 28, 2013

ZenTiger Bleeding Heart Liberals

"When you next steal a hat or a cellphone or a jacket or a skateboard you will be sent to the High Court and there you will be sentenced to 14 years' imprisonment without parole," Judge Adeane said.

And of course, the bleeding heart liberals are complaining that this is not what the three strikes law is supposed to protect us from.

Rubbish. The quote does not convey the truth of the matter.

It's not just stealing a mobile phone, it's punching the victim multiple times in the head.

It's kicking victims to the ground.

It's the 78 other convictions that prove he will keep doing this.

It's the sexual assault convictions that they don't want to talk about.

Bleeding heart liberals need to start thinking a lot more about what even multiple punches to the head can do to a victim, in terms of anxiety, fear of leaving home, fear of being beaten up again.

This guy has a choice, his victims did not. If anyone thinks it unfair that the consequences now exceed the crime, they need to add up the sum of consequences for the victims and they will discover that 14 years means he's getting off lightly. Furthermore, it becomes a simple issue of protecting society from this person.

Now who will protect us from bleeding heart liberals?

Hattip: Oswald - So Don't Do Crime

3 comment(s):

Oswald Bastable said...

I have seen a lot of these 'Petty Offenders' graduate to killing or maiming for life when a vIctim falls and hits their head. The human body can at times take an amazing amount of punishment and survive. Other times one small blow is enough to kill...

the conservative said...

I’ve posted this on all three sites, an Evan Sayet quote:

“The modern liberal will invariably side with evil over good, wrong over right, and in behaviour that leads to failure over success.”

In other words, in the liberal mind everything is reversed; the perpetrator is the victim, and the victim is the perpetrator.

Don’t ask me why, it just is.

scrubone said...

It reminds me of one week in the US where "yet another" "possibly innocent" guy was executed.

Thing was, there was another case that week, that wasn't mentioned at all by the anti death penalty lobby. Being a white racist who'd committed a particularly gruesome murder, he was sort of a harder sell.

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