Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Why Not?

‘You can’t convict Lord Black for being rich’ Why not. He got his ill gotten wealth like all other wealthy folks from theft or inheritance, which is just theft from long ago. And his hero is that other Chicagoan famous for being wealthy through crime; Al Capone

Also See:

Conrad Black

Criminal Capitalism

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Feynman and Coulter's Love Child said...

Ah, so the justice system should retroactively be taking wealth away from anybody who may have at any point been involved in the proceeds of a crime sometime in the history of mankind.

No, this "lock Conrad up" movement isn't irrational at all...

Nancy said...

i'm sorry, how is inheritance aquired?

if you are proposing that the SINGULAR path to wealth is theft, then you, my dear adolescent liberal, are too damn lazy to look around beyond what you see on primetime television.

your position on the aquisition of wealth would also devalue hard work, (or, for that matter, any work at all) as well as your precious socialist ideals.

instead of punishing people for their money, we should lock up people who complain without reason, and attempt to degrade the (somewhat) innocent.