Re: There You Go Again | 12:30 p.m. Feb. 1, 2012 "No problems with
ethics or morality from 2000 to 2008?"Are you suggesting that
society should bear the responsibility of Mr. Matthew Dahl's dishonesty?Liberals of the 1930s would be considered as ultra conservative by
Just a reminder that White Collar crime still pays rather nicely in America- let
us distinguish the type of crime in our comments here because all evidence
indicates they are treated differently- not all laws matter the same to us- that
is fine but we should ponder it from time to time
toygunboyNo problems with ethics or morality from 2000 to 2008?No one in America was sent to prison for theft during these years of
Re: Esquire | 11:02 a.m. Feb. 1, 2012 "Don't you think this nation
has some fundamental issues to address that have resulted in so many people
being incarcerated?"Yes, we are experiencing an ever increase
lack of morality, and the liberals want to excuse it by shifting responsibility
off the shoulders of the perpetrators. I'd have more sympathy for this
convicted criminal if he'd reported his dishonesty before getting caught.He'd still be stealing public funds today if they hadn't found out.
Pay attention to Judge Benson. The U.S. has the highest incarceration rate in
the world, by a large margin. We have 5% of the world's population and 25% of
the world's incarcerated population. And I'll rephrase this for the censor:
Don't you think this nation has some fundamental issues to address that have
resulted in so many people being incarcerated? We are either worse as a people
than any other nation, or we are too harsh against our citizens. either way, we
need to address it.
Six months for stealing $300,000.00. That comes to $50,0000 a month income.
How is that going to keep others from trying the same thing?