Thursday, May 6, 2010 12:14:02 AM
-people that commit crimes do not expect to be caught so, -tougher punishments have been proven to NOT decrease crime per capita thus, -tougher punishments simply increase the amount of money spent on criminal housing.
A prison is nothing more than "government funded education where people learn how to be even less sensitive and more self serving" if it does not include an army of a psychiatric staff and a real education system.
Thursday, May 6, 2010 12:13:33 AM
Nuke: A) This may come as a shock to you and the people in the picture but, there really isn't a union card carrying group of time clock punching rapists out there because B) Far and above, the majority of sex assaults are committed by people that -know their victim and deal with them on a regular basis -got carried away with the moment and -are otherwise normal individuals. They didn`t go out thinking: "Today I`m going to rape someone! I better put on a nicer shirt!"
Actual serial predators are an ultra-minor fraction of criminals and, by your own admission, have a sickness.
We, as a modern society, are failing to acknowledge criminal behavior as illness, having our standard response as "throw `em in a hole x-odd number of years."
If, while they are in that hole, they are not treated and gaged as improved, we have missed an opportunity which costs doubly because -people that commit crimes do not expect to be ca
Wednesday, May 5, 2010 9:48:04 PM
The point of this rally isn't to convince sexual predators to stop raping, its to force the public to acknowledge the problem so that they can enforce stricter punishments on rapists; rapists are sick, depraved people and they should remain in jail for life not 6 to 10 years.