Semi-logical Explanations Of Random Phenomena

Monday, February 20, 2006

Finally.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/LAW/02/20/ranch.killings.ap/index.html

Finally, the almighty government, psychiatric industry and world in general admits: "there are some kids we just can't fix."

Yeah. We all knew that. We all suspected that. But why is it taking this long to agree on it?

Because no one wants to admit it, for some stupid reason. We're all for giving a million freedom rights to psychos, killers, rapists, child molesters and thugs, unashamedly hindering the freedom of law-abiding, life-respecting, productive, legitimate (read: in this country legaling and supporting it with tax dollars) ordinary citizens.

We give thugs their guns. We subsidize the lunatic ravings of drug addicted drains on society and call it "art". We turn a blind eye to young killers and rapists, saying simply they're "victims of abuse".

Whatever.

The brat in this murder story above annihiliated his entire family and blamed it on abuse that started when he was 18 mos old. Um, who remembers that? BS. Period. If we remembered everything that happened when we were toddlers, we would be unable to function. We'd be scared of walking, of eating, of pooping (ever changed a diaper of a kid on iron enriched formula?!).

Ridiculous. Without merit. Kids in orphanages across the world live in substandard environments, subject to extreme bullying, neglect and hardship, yet THEY TURN OUT FINE. Most adopted kids from institutions are developmentally delayed, yes, but mentally, add a little love, affection, food, and THEY TURN OUT FINE. Why? Because in those institutions, they learn to obey the rules. Smart kids.

Why don't American kids learn this? Because when they don't work hard at schoolwork- they get diagnosed with a "learning disability". Newsflash: Nobody learns the same. We're all different. That's why generally homeschooling works and generally public education sucks.

So this little punk got busted. And no amount of psychiatric "counseling" or "behavior modification classes" or "psychotropic drugs" will fix it. He is officially unable to be rehabilitated.

At least we agree on something. Let's stick him in an underground prison making clothes for underpriveleged kids til infinity and beyond. That's about the only way his life will ever be productive for society.

Sounds like a plan to me.

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Ever heard people say "this world's a lot crazier than it was when I was young" (generally uttered by a geriatric, although possibly a baby boomer might be able to insert it into general conversation).

Do you agree? I do. 100 years ago, we institutionalized the wackos. We made them take their meds. It wasn't a "free choice" option, since we all had the common sense to understand this formula: crazy person + meds + controlled environment= safety for general population.

New formula for 2006: crazy person +/- meds - controlled environment = less intelligent and discerning voting population also dependent on gov't assistance (ie- votes for the democrats!) + major danger to children/elderly/sleeping homeowners/innocent bystanders.

Hence, we now have those same wish-they-were-institutionalized-wackos freely moving in society, and often voted the leaders of major cities (Nagin in N'awlins, Herenton in Memphis, the entire Ford Family in Memphis (have you read their newspaper???) the leader of the Branch Davidians cult in Waco TX-can't remember his name, and so forth)

So what do we do about it? Dunno.

Let's start with this: can't support yourself? Get a gov't check for 18 mos. Still can't? Sign up to work a gov't farm in OK or another square state, to help feed hungry kids.

Dependent on prescription drugs? You can only have them if you agree to live in a looney bin, where we can keep an eye on you.

Don't want to comply? Get locked up when you commit a crime. Stay in jail. Forever. No parole. No time off for good behavior.

One suggestion: Maybe this time we should avoid the whole electric shock treatment theory. Kind of scary. Like the electrician that works here at my office- keeps talking about "getting hit" but assures me he's "just fine."

I'm not so sure.

Let's hear it for this new mantra: Stricter Laws. Enforced punishments. No "crazy pleas."

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me. 2 strikes- you're out.

Disclaimer: All wackos innocent until proven crazy. All opinions expressed in this ranting are simply that- opinions. They have no legal bearing on any current or future court cases. I think a lot of people are nuts. I would apologize, but they keep proving me right.

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