2005-12-13

Justice Has Been Served

Amid all the incredibly stupid comments made about the pending execution of Tookie Williams, one cretin (probably another "civil rights" agitator) was heard to ask "What is served by executing a children's book author?".

Well, since the State of California was executing a convicted killer and not a "children's book author", justice was (somewhat belatedly) served. The real problem is that it took them 24 years to do it. If revenge is a dish best served cold, justice is a dish best served warm. Justice delayed is justice denied.

In typical fashion, most of these anti-death-penalty left-wing loonies were pointing to his authorship of children's books as some sort of sign of his "redemption". We'd really like to get our hands on a couple of these books. Somehow, we don't think we're talking Dr. Seuss here.

This morning, some woman was quoted as saying "we're not going to forget what they did tonight to Tookie Williams". Let's hope not. Even better, let's hope you learn something from it. Nah, that'd be too much to ask.

Neal Boortz gives a run-down of what Williams has done in prison since 1981.

3 Comments:

At 9:22 AM, December 13, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey there!

 
At 6:07 AM, December 14, 2005, Blogger Master Doh-San said...

Something on your mind? Or did you just stop by for a look?

Either way, enjoy yourself.

 
At 5:26 PM, December 16, 2005, Blogger Galt-In-Da-Box said...

I don't put a lot of stock in Boortz.
He's the guy that went well out of his way to justify giving a Kentucky redneck that whacked his own mother and father - and would have zilched out his own family had the cops not managed to chase him down and stop him - three hot slops and a flop a day for life.
If not for every murderer, the death penalty is definatly suitable to criminals of that stripe, as well as that dope-pushing Crip Tonga.

 

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