Friday, December 02, 2005


Mean Dean guest blogging on La Shawn Barber’s Corner said .... imagine being a judge on the California State Supreme Court or perhaps the Governator and getting hit on the left side by latter’s Hollywood peers with arguments of “do it for the children” knowing that the right will return with the argument “look at the message you’re sending.”

Precisely, especially when we know the left does not really care about children, or they would support allowing parents to choose the best school for their child, and letting the tax dollars the state is paying for that child's education go to the school the parent chooses. They just don't like the death penalty.
The message being, you can brutally massacre innocent citizens execution style without fear of suffering the death penalty so long as you write a children’s book about being sorry for starting a gang. Best part is, you don’t have to actually establish any sort of foundation or ‘turn in your bandanna’ campaign – just ‘feel’ sorry.
And you don't even have to be a good prisoner for all of your time in prison. Just write a few books when your appeals are about to run out.
Perhaps add to that the thought that you also don’t have to apologize nor pay back to the victims of your crime – provided you get to tell your story of your feel-good redemption on the silver screen … but I digress … If this is the case, if these are the messages we’re getting from the today’s tale of Tookie, then it is reasonable to speculate that the glitterati do their causes more harm than good. What do you think?

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