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7 ups, 1 reply
So we're not counting lawyers as people? Agreed! :-)
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If by "criminal" we mean someone who simply breaks the law, I do not always think the "criminal" is in the wrong. However, if by "criminal" we mean someone who maliciously breaks the law then I do not defend that. HOWEVER. Say someone is stealing because they are beyond broke and must feed their family, I don't think that is a malice crime but to allow it would create a slippery slope in the discretion department. Where one would see discretion another would see discrimination.
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7 ups, 1 reply
There's this trend that if someone is a direct victim of a crime, if they injure/kill the person attacking them, many people are vocal about wanting them prosecuted for assault/murder but ignore the crime they were defending themselves from.

In Britain if you are the victim of a violent crime, your options are pretty much
1. Die
2. Spend the rest of your life in prison for defending yourself

It's not quite as bad in the U.S.......yet.
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7 ups, 1 reply
And that is completely unfair. I believe the law should protect people who defend their own lives.
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Agreed - many of the laws are wrong. Especially about what people can do with their own bodies. I think individuals should be the ultimate authority on that topic - as opposed to what OTHER folks think is best for them. :-)
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3 ups, 1 reply
not guilty at accusation??
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4 ups, 2 replies
Unless you're a gun owner
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or black. (I dont believe so, just the american mentality.)
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So fair!
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2 ups, 1 reply
Honestly, whether or not somebody actually committed a crime is fairly subjective.
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0 ups, 1 reply
I believe for the sake of the argument crime needs to be defined.
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Breaking the law. That's about as specific as it should be. Since the skill of lawyers and other variables indict a person, it's not always just a matter of if they did the crime or not that gets a person indicted.
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When was that again?
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2 ups, 3 replies
Actually, it's been happening lot longer than that. Remember when Jesus was facing trial and the choice was given to whom set free and people chose Barabbas. Happened back then, still happens now. People think they change but they don't.
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7 ups, 1 reply
No, I don't remember. And neither does history

http://www.bc.edu/schools/stm/crossroads/resources/deathofjesus/passion_narratives/scene_3_before_theromanprefect/historical_reconstruction.html
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"Why should I listen to someone who lives in state the highest debt-to-income ratio in the country. By default that makes you an idiot Octavia."

That is such bizarre reasoning, I don't even know where you came up with it. The debt-to-income ratio of the state in which I reside has nothing whatsoever to do with my claim that something in the New Testament is historically inaccurate.

"Also your name is retarded"

This is an ad hominem fallacy.

"and you contradict yourself all the time"

Show me proof with screenshots.

"Oh and hey, you have not even finish reading the whole Bible once, and here you are to lecture people about it."

I don't have to read the entire Bible to point out that something in it is historically inaccurate. Also, I provided a link to an article at the Boston College website to back up my claim.

Come back when you have something intelligent to say.
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You know, you should get out of Cali, like I did, once you are exposed to fresh air the way you think will change.
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Wow. Your comments are so idiotic you got me to upvote replies from users I normally argue with.
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I love it when these backwater mudguppies pretend they're all cosmopolitan ex denizens of tha big ci-tay n such.

What methed up trailer park Walmart dependent septic tank of a State you live at, Mr No It Ahl?
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4 ups, 1 reply
Perhaps READING what he posted before (not) refuting it via something else you did not read with a dollop of ad hominem to boot might make for a better argument which you do not have to begin with?

Notice a pattern from just a glance at this chart (from April 2017, Hawaii is #1 as of 2018) of State standings in debt-to-income ratio? Yup, the States with the highest debt-to-income ratio just so happen to be the richest, whereas the lowest rankings are the poorest.
See, most of that debt - about 2/3 in Cali - is mortgage. The richer States have pricier houses, while the plywood and duck tape trailers in the poorest cost far less, hence the mortgage difference. Mortgage ain't bad, btw, providing you pay it off, since house values tend to appreciate over time. In the richer States, that's a lot, hence, mortgage is akin to investent.

Incidentally, not only is the economy of California the largest in the USA (and along with NYC, the most important. Take those two States away and Mexico starts to look mighty shiny this side of the border), it is also the SIXTH largest in the WORLD.

According to your line of reasoning, by default, that makes the more educated, better job holding, higher paid residents with better investments (the 2nd highest component of debt-to-income ratio is college debt - also generally a wise investment) higher on the intelligence scale. However, given that there is a wide scale in variation with all that within each State, quantifying intelligence according to such 'criteria' treads towards erroneous.

If you actually had read the Bible, you would know that there's enough holes and contradictions in the Church written/accepted canons of Y'eshua bar Yosephus [or is it Y'eshua bar Abba AKA Joshua/Jesus son of the Father? OOOOOPS, oh no he dihn't!] alone to make a cheap sponge jealous, so maybe go take the Good Book and enlighten yourself.

PS: While you're at it, a grammar book too, cuz, um....

{{Mine sucks also, but I ain't hollering at someone's better knowledge out of jealousy}}
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Next time look up what you're farting out your sphincter lippped mouth.
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You have done the impossible. You have made me defend Jack_henoff. Not only is your argument an ad hominem, delection, and a clear sign that you have yesn't more ideas on how to win the debate, but the rest of your thread is complete bullshit.
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True.
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True
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Brazil is really bad at this.
I remember.
Upvote.
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Duuuuude. Too real. Too real. Poor cops :( great meme!
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I hate how someone made the same exact comment that you did but their comment isn't low rated. That's just too sad.
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