Thursday, April 22, 2004

Liberal Mind

I know what they think, I just don't know why they think the way they do. This story is a perfect example:

"Maine's crime rate has fallen 19 percent in the past decade, but its prison and jail populations have jumped by 50 percent during the same period, according to a new report," the Associated Press reports:

That seeming paradox is among the dozens of findings in the 2003 Crime and Justice Data Book, an 80-page report that looks at statistics and trends about crime, arrests and incarceration in the state.

I think the New York Times ran a similar story a few years ago. They really think it's paradoxical that crime rates would drop if more people are arrested and kept in prison longer. These are well-educated, smart people...with sh*t for brains.


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