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Saturday, July 23, 2011

San Francisco's Cherished Criminal Class

San Francisco again confirms its place in the annals of idiotic policy thought Idiots Amongst Us. The city law makers are considering making felons a protected class, because sane landlords and employers don’t want ex-felons in their businesses or real estate. Yes, felons are ostracized from regular society, and have been forever. They have to walk a hard path to earn their way back into our lives – and that’s how it should be. As pointed out in the article, these new members of a protected class will immediately make this into a business - going from one employer to another, and one rental to another, looking for love in all the wrong places with an ambulance chasing lawyer by their side. Felons have it rough… well boo hoo! For every crime these scuzzballs were caught and sentenced for there were a hundred they got away with and a string of victims who were never ‘protected’. I wonder if San Francisco’s law makers ever take the city’s law abiding citizens into consideration; but then again, the law abiding citizens of SF keep electing certified loons to represent them. I hope they enjoy their new protected class. I’m sure the rest of the country will get a laugh out of the criminal coddling capital of the West.


Charles Gramlich said...

Well you've got mostly felons in political office. is it any wonder they'd protect their own kind?

BernardL said...

I concede the point, Charles. :)

whydibuy said...

This reminds me of the media only calling conservatives " extreme right wing". Liberals are never too " extreme left wing" for the media.

I have no doubt that over the hundreds of articles this proposal will garner, the description of "extreme" will not be used.

BernardL said...

Yeah, Whydibuy, you can't get any more left wing, loony extremist than SF's liberal nutcakes. Out here, they are the norm, so the media in Nutville never mentions how completely out of control they really are. If we had a local newspaper with real reporters they would be handling this like a crusade on behalf of the innocent inhabitants of the city.