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To: Nate505
Selling a illegal drug according to law less than 1000 feet of a school is punishable by 2 years in jail yes I see no problem maybe if more time was given to crimes they would`t commit them. I know the liberals will cry and whine but but its only his fist offense or he was a good boy or never been in trouble before doesn't hack it with me, I am sure this poor lad of 17 now 18 knew and thought He could get away with it well he lost. T.S.
39 posted on 09/02/2006 3:25:29 PM PDT by bikerman (Democrats the cut and run party.)
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To: bikerman
I see no problem maybe if more time was given to crimes they would`t commit them.

So why not make execution the punishment for all crimes, including speeding?

43 posted on 09/02/2006 4:25:09 PM PDT by JeffAtlanta
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To: bikerman
Selling a illegal drug according to law less than 1000 feet of a school is punishable by 2 years in jail yes I see no problem maybe if more time was given to crimes they would`t commit them.

I know what the law says, I was questioning whether the punishment fit the crime. You appear to believe it is so. If that's your philosophy, let's make every crime punishable by severe amounts of jail time. We own't even get into the issue of overcrowding jails, but would you like to live in a society where speeding is punishable by 2 years in jail? Jaywalking? Someone stealing a candy bar from the store? Littering? We can really stop a lot of crime that way.

I know the liberals will cry and whine but but its only his fist offense or he was a good boy or never been in trouble before doesn't hack it with me, I am sure this poor lad of 17 now 18 knew and thought He could get away with it well he lost. T.S.

You've seemed to have side stepped this issue on whether the punishment fits the crime.

45 posted on 09/02/2006 9:48:18 PM PDT by Nate505
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