Supreme Fools

The Supreme Court just ruled the innocent can be prosecuted for the sins of their children or grandchildren IF THEY HAPPEN TO BE POOR AND LIVE IN PUBLIC HOUSING - Granny gets evicted if someone catches grandsonny smoking reefer in the project's parking lot. If they're willing to make that obscene ruling, what hope do petty criminals have in California (where a videotape thief got slammed with 50 years to life under the three-strikes law?) I would say none. After all, this is the same lineup that pulled off the coup d'etat that put an ethics-challenged moron in charge of the doomsday button. Supreme Court to review reach of three strikes sentencing laws
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  1. Check what Arianna Huffington has to say about the decision here:

    Posted by stanley  on  04/03  at  02:47 PM
  2. I did. I agree with her totally. It’s very scary to agree totally with something she says.

    Posted by lee  on  04/03  at  04:34 PM
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