Iran teaching thieves a lesson | Page 3 | TigerDroppings.com
Posted by
Message
UncleFestersLegs
Columbia MD
Member since Nov 2010
1790 posts

re: Iran teaching thieves a lesson

quote:

As some of the comments in this thread prove, a lot of people who object to authoritarian government aren't against government oppression per se. They're just fine with it as long as their side is the one doing the oppression.


That entity to which we grant powers that no human should possess -- to control, to kill, to maim...created from the same pool of humanity, suffering the same moral fragility of those who would suffer it's sanctions. What could go wrong?

quote:

If the natural tendencies of mankind are so bad that it is not safe to permit people to be free, how is it that the tendencies of these organizers are always good? Do not the legislators and their appointed agents also belong to the human race? Or do they believe that they themselves are made of a finer clay than the rest of mankind? - Bastiat


real
LSU Fan
Dixieland
Member since Oct 2007
13185 posts

re: Iran teaching thieves a lesson
I still say make prisoners work at hard labor from dawn to dust ,7 days a week and you'd see crime fall dramatically. No Cable,vision,no library,nothing but hard arse ,back breaking work.
This post was edited on 1/29 at 2:56 pm


germandawg
Member since Sep 2012
3806 posts

re: Iran teaching thieves a lesson
quote:

I still say make prisoners work at hard labor from dawn to dust ,7 days a week and you'd see crime fall dramatically. No Cable,vision,no library,nothing but hard arse ,back breaking work.


Why not force prisoners to learn a trade or get an education and teach them the benefits of earning a living? Many have never been exposed to this and would benefit greatly from it. Any who do not get with the program should simply be kept in the system until they do. Sentences should all be life sentences until the offender completes a prescribed dose of such treatment. Repeat offenders who complete the program may be should be subjected to what you suggest.


CollegeFBRules
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2008
20118 posts

re: Iran teaching thieves a lesson
quote:

Why not force prisoners to learn a trade or get an education and teach them the benefits of earning a living? Many have never been exposed to this and would benefit greatly from it. Any who do not get with the program should simply be kept in the system until they do. Sentences should all be life sentences until the offender completes a prescribed dose of such treatment. Repeat offenders who complete the program may be should be subjected to what you suggest.


And how will this be accomplished when we've done nothing but advocate the removal of limbs and appendages in this thread?


Replies (0)
Replies (0)
Page 3 of 3

Back to top

Follow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram