Thursday, February 3, 2011

TTAG picks up my letter to the Mexican Consul General in Atlanta. "If there is justice in this world castration's too good for them."

Castration: "The Mutilation of Uranus by Saturn" by Giorgio Vasari and Cristofano Gherardi in the 16th century Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.

Javier E comments:

Mr. Gil deserves a medal. While that SACk of crap Newell deserve hard time in jail along with Holder and Melson. Officer Terry was sacrificed so the aforementioned dishonorable bastards could keep getting paid and the ATF could get funding. If there is justice in this world castration's too good for them.

Yes. Well. No doubt.


Dedicated_Dad said...


Somehow I doubt that list of eunuchs would care - if they even noticed.

No - punishment must MATTER for it to be effective. Castrating those morons would be like sending an average teen to his room - where he has PC/Internet, TV, cell-phone, video-games and etc.

If you want to punish *MY* teens, tell 'em they're banned from the 'net/TV/vid-games and their room -- they must spend all their time with *ME* until it's time to sleep.

A fate worse than death...

For these morons in question, prison -- GEN-POP -- is the answer. Our usual "PC" approach to dirty cops of all stripes is a big part of the problem -- they're not worried about prison.

Send 'em to the same "pod" or "block" as everyone else -- if possible with the meanest folk you can find who blame them for being there. No "PC" - they get what they deserve.

And yes - they DO deserve it. When they put on their badge they accept that they *MUST* live to a higher standard. They're NOT above the law - and should suffer **WorSE** than the rest of us when they break it.


Defender said...

Mexico decides not to sell electricity to frozen Texas after all. The article says they can hardly generate enugh to meet their own needs in this southern extreme cold snap.
But is that the whole story?
AND ... Why can't oil-rich Texas provide enough energy for its people? Environmental regulations?
Obama says businesses improving the energy efficiency of their buildings by 20% by 2020 and getting a tax credit is the way to fix unemployment. He really said that. He also says unemployment is at 9-point-something percent and falling. No, the number of people who've given up looking for work is RISING.
Planet before people. We're big enough to absorb another big hit.
DC has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation. When it's your business to manage how others may live, well, there's always work to be done.

W W Woodward said...

I left this with TTAG:

I hope the SoBs have many sleepless nights but I’m pretty sure they won’t. People like that don’t really give a damn about anybody but themselves and theirs and they’ll figure out a way to blame the victim(s). Remember Waco, Ruby Ridge, and David Olofson along with others.