posted on May, 29 2012 @ 05:48 PM
Whats amusing about this thread is the fair point, then it immediately flips...
everyone needs a second chance!
oh..except this group..and maybe that group
just stick with the original idea, or drop it all together..we are either a society that allows a second chance, or not...be it sex, violence, drugs,
As a person with no kids, I don't give a care about a sex offender in my neighborhood...especially since its been expanded so much that most sex
offenses aren't even physically contacting a child..and even if I was with kids, I would only be slightly concerned about predators.
I am far more concerned about the meth dealers in my neighborhood that may have a bunch of insane people rolling through my neighborhood..that
threatens my safety far more.
Thing is, once you start justifying why one group or another is more dangerous and should have no second chance..then you can simply throw out any
stance you had to begin with..because your personal views may be valid, and the next guys, etc...
I personally think we need to register every single felon, every single type of felony, or drop them all...because its all unconstitutional endless
punishment that we are pushing for...and that will most certainly bite us in the collective arse in the future.
Pedos can't change. Just like violent criminals can't change, just like opportunists cant change, etc..totally false argument. you cannot change the
symptoms of something without first diagnosing the problem to begin with...a person whom is violent or sexual deviant is usually that way due to some
deeper issue that requires therapy. Prison punishes a symptom and rarely if ever even considers the problem..
So ya...you either stand by the subject matter here, which is seperating and eternally punishing people for something. or you oppose the measure due
to allowing for people to reintegrate with society.
But this is a punishment fetish society..so, such discussions will never rationally be discussed by professional therapist...it is in the domain of
frantic media drones and politicians trying to win their vote...any professional weighing in is ignored
So, to this website, I say bravo...you are a perfect example of how the US views this subject...push fear onto the public (they love it), and make a
few bucks should someone want to have a fair shake at life (only the ones with money deserve a fair shake after all)