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April 22, 2008

Barry Obama: Soft on Crime, Soft on Terror, Hard on America

Filed under: Barack Obama,Campaign 2008,Media,YouTube — Tyler Dresden @ 3:58 pm
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Floyd Brown, the man responsible for the very effective Willie Horton ad against Mike Dukakis, is back.  Now his sights are set on another soft-on-crime liberal Democrat.

Ouch, that’s gonna sting.  Commenters should discuss other reasons why B. Hussein Obama should not become president.  That’s a softball.  Go for it!

td

18 Comments »

  1. Oh, but Tyler, you missed the fact that it is very easy to ‘reform’ big gang-bangers like John Gotti or whoever the leader of MS-13 is. Never mind the fact that they have several supports who will go on a jihad to ensure that the leaders survive. Never mind the fact that the gang-bangers are far more lucrative in crime than any job a bleeding-heart liberal could offer. Never mind the prison costs! These people need to be set back on track and have the exact same rights as an upstanding citizen should!

    Good ****ing grief. Blue states are probably worse than the mantle level of hell.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 22, 2008 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  2. The only reason he shouldn’t be president is because he has a dick, and the dicks have done enough already to ruin this country.

    Comment by Arn — April 22, 2008 @ 6:00 pm | Reply

  3. “Good ****ing grief. Blue states are probably worse than the mantle level of hell.”

    But don’t worry Corker, you wont ever see the mantle level of hell, you are heading straight to the deepest pits of hell.

    Comment by Arn — April 22, 2008 @ 6:02 pm | Reply

  4. Corker, your link seems to promote letting drug users and small time criminals avoid time. Aren’t you the guy who wants to kill people for the slightest infraction?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 22, 2008 @ 6:07 pm | Reply

  5. “But don’t worry Corker, you wont ever see the mantle level of hell, you are heading straight to the deepest pits of hell.”

    I know you don’t actually believe in hell, so this statement carries no emotional thoughts to it.

    “Corker, your link seems to promote letting drug users and small time criminals avoid time. Aren’t you the guy who wants to kill people for the slightest infraction?”

    The point of the link was that prisons cost a ton of money. Democrats want to change our prisons to ‘reformation camps’, which would just mean even more money spend for trainers, plushies, marijuana (which Democrats love to give prisoners), whatever. There are some moronic Republicans, like Rudy Giuliani, that would at least not go into the reformation rubbish, but still make bundles of prisons. And then there are the true Republicans, such as Sam Brownback and the B4B Team, that believe that punishments should range between the death penalty and just retribution/indentured servitude. If you really want to spend more money on outcasts, move to Russia. They wanted to ‘lend a helping hand’, and look where they are now.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 22, 2008 @ 6:16 pm | Reply

  6. Getting desperate for pageviews, eh B4B?

    Comment by Anonymous — April 22, 2008 @ 6:33 pm | Reply

  7. Corker, John Gotti is long dead and has nothing to do with MS-13. The very premise is flawed, as Gotti was Italian, and MS-13 consists exclusively of Latinos. MS stands for “Mara Salvatrucha.” The meaning of “Mara” is uncertain but it may be a reference to the Virgin Mary. “Salvatrucha” is slang for a street-wise Salvadorean (although there are now a lot of MS-13 members who are not from El Salvador). Frankly, I think that even the Mafia would be put off their lunch by the sheer brutality inflicted by MS-13.

    Also, the “War On Drugs” not only brought drugs into the spotlight (thus ensuring even more kids would find out about them and potentially abuse them), it also caused the prison population to skyrocket. Why? Because a 1986 law intended to put drug kingpins in prison basically states that if you suspect someone–anyone–of dealing drugs and don’t report them, you can get life in prison, without parole. That’s right, people who have never touched an illegal drug in their lives are spending life in prison under a drug law.

    Comment by L — April 23, 2008 @ 6:14 am | Reply

  8. Comment by Anonymous — April 23, 2008 @ 3:01 pm | Reply

  9. PROTIP: Barack Obama wasn’t a senator in 2001. He was in ’98, but wasn’t re-elected until 2002. In 2004, he made U.S. Senator.

    So, to recap: two-year term from ’98-’00. Fails re-election, regains in ’02. ’04, climbs up to Senate.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 24, 2008 @ 12:51 am | Reply

  10. Video no longer available. Gee, wonder if it’s because someone realized the major TIME PARADOX they did?

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 25, 2008 @ 1:54 am | Reply

  11. “And then there are the true Republicans, such as Sam Brownback and the B4B Team, that believe that punishments should range between the death penalty and just retribution/indentured servitude”
    Indentured servitude? Show me where Brownback advocates short-term slavery.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 25, 2008 @ 5:16 am | Reply

  12. “marijuana (which Democrats love to give prisoners)”

    Just one more reason to vote Democrat.

    Comment by Arn — April 25, 2008 @ 6:18 am | Reply

  13. “marijuana (which Democrats love to give prisoners)”
    Wait, prisoners get marijuana? I’m committing armed robbery tomorrow!

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 25, 2008 @ 7:45 am | Reply

  14. I’m still waiting for Corker to explain why he insists on writing about things he clearly knows nothing about. The tiniest bit of research could have told him that his gang- and drug-related comments are waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay off the mark.

    Comment by L — April 29, 2008 @ 9:49 am | Reply

  15. “Corker, John Gotti is long dead and has nothing to do with MS-13.”

    I know. Both, however, two different examples of gang lords who can’t realistically be expected to stay in prison and not escape/cause an immense rucus.

    “That’s right, people who have never touched an illegal drug in their lives are spending life in prison under a drug law.”

    What would you do to a person that saw a murder but didn’t report it, even though (s)he is (assumingly) more than capable of safely ratting them out? ALL citizens need to be completely honest with the police.

    “Wait, prisoners get marijuana?”

    Yes, the Democrats think that gradually giving prisoners less and less pot until they are ‘off the hook’ actually works. That’s one of the stupidest ideas I have ever encountered. Nearly every crack rehabilitee will likely run back to their crack fortress once free, I guarantee it. There are a few who genuinely do recover, but it’s just not worth the risk. As Bill Bennett said, “Casual drug users should be beheaded!”

    Comment by bobcorker — April 29, 2008 @ 5:33 pm | Reply

  16. “Show me where Brownback advocates short-term slavery.”

    In the Rolling Stones article about Brownback, it states that he is opposed to slavery. However, he doesn’t mention his position on indentured servitude. Therefore, we should assume that he supports it. Indentured servitude is essentially workfare, but under private enterprise. As history has shown, the most successful countries are the ones that turn over production/services to private profit.

    “Frankly, I think that even the Mafia would be put off their lunch by the sheer brutality inflicted by MS-13.”

    Hardly. Both would stuff their victims in meat lockers in one second flat.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 29, 2008 @ 5:38 pm | Reply

  17. MS-13 is a gang, not a gang lord. A gang lord is a single individual who runs a gang. Using the dictionary from time to time is not going to hurt you.

    Also, the mafia’s “concrete shoes” are pretty tame next to the MS-13’s practices. I’ve read news stories about the latter hacking people’s fingers off while the victims were still alive. Granted, I wouldn’t want to cross paths with the Mafia, either, but MS-13 sounds 1000x worse.

    A lot of the people spending life in prison weren’t even sure their neighbor was dealing drugs, or else said person sold drugs once, years ago, then stopped. That law was originally intended to stop wealthy drug kingpins, but it hasn’t succeeded yet–it’s only gotten the small-time thugs, while the kingpins laugh from the safety of their mansions and lean back into their beanbag chairs stuffed with $100 bills.

    “In the Rolling Stones article about Brownback, it states that he is opposed to slavery. However, he doesn’t mention his position on indentured servitude. Therefore, we should assume that he supports it.”

    That is the most ridiculously faulty logic ever. Allow me to use the same illogic you just used in that statement:

    Bob Corker has stated he is opposed to sexual abuse of children. However, he doesn’t mention his position of the rape of innocent adults. Therefore, we should assume that he supports it.

    See that? I have just broken the rules of Socratic logic in the same manner you just did. As you can see, it’s not nice to make assumptions about other people’s opinions.

    Comment by L — April 30, 2008 @ 9:56 am | Reply

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