Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Judging Evil

I was thinking, what if judges simply judged evil.

Like, which is more evil?

A guy that wants to smoke pot in the privacy of his own home?

Or a guy that wants to lock a guy in prison for a year because that guy likes to get high?

It's pretty simple hugh?

Obviously that guy that wants to send the other guy to prison is much more evil.

I've got another one for you.

There's a guy who has owned guns all his long life.

He has been lucky enough to never have had to use one to protect himself, his wife or his kids.

There's this other guy that wants to make him turn in his guns.

This other guy wants to send the other guy to prison for 10 years to life if he doesn't.

Which person is more evil?

This one is also obvious, even to the judge.

Judge:

"So, you want to force this guy to turn in the guns that he has never done anything wrong with and if he doesn't, you want to put him in prison for basically the rest of his life?"

"Get out of my courtroom you evil, idiotic, control freak!"

"And pray to, whatever you pray to, that you are never in front of this court as a defendant!"






anti-second-amendment-democrat-arrested
 Patricia Spottedcrow released from prison

3 comments:

billy pilgrim said...

i vote for none of them being evil.

hitler was evil, those guys are just being normal screwed up humans.

texlahoma said...

Billy - Evil might be too strong a word. My point however, remains the same. People that just want to be left alone are much less "screwed up humans" than people that want to imprison others for victimless "crimes".
If it ever really comes down to it the American gun owners that seem so docile, will show another side, about as docile as a pissed off badger.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

It's the criminals with badges that scare ME!

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