Melanie

Huachuca City, AZ

#435 Nov 27, 2010
We put people in prison so we have jobs. We don't even manufacture METH anymore. You are in Green Valley, probably because you are a rich old white man. Lets go on a date........
AnchorDude

Las Vegas, NV

#436 Nov 28, 2010
Listen to what you are saying. We put people in prison so that we have jobs? Think of running a company and having a very high overhead. You know, overhead, that cost that is incurred in crap that must be paid for somehow in order to keep the business running? Things like rent, taxes, utilities, etc. The more overhead you have, the less profit you make. If your profit goes to zero or below zero, once again, you begin to run a deficit. Deficits are bad.

And no, I'm not an old man or rich, but I am not needy of money as I've been fortunate.

Look for a prison guard, apparently, those are plentiful here in AZ.

Don't get me wrong, federal jobs are important, but it does not make sense to spend more money from taxes to create jobs.

Remember that in order to keep 1 person in prison for 1 yr is approx.$40,000. The more people in prisons, the more money we must pay in taxes. There are 2.5 million people in prisons across the USA. Do the math. What's $40,000 X 2,500,000? Multiply 4 * 25 and add all the zeros. It's a big number. That is all coming from taxes to keep people in prison.

No more prisons. Legalize drugs, prostitution and gambling and tax at 80%.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#437 Nov 28, 2010
AnchorDude wrote:
Listen to what you are saying. We put people in prison so that we have jobs? Think of running a company and having a very high overhead. You know, overhead, that cost that is incurred in crap that must be paid for somehow in order to keep the business running? Things like rent, taxes, utilities, etc. The more overhead you have, the less profit you make. If your profit goes to zero or below zero, once again, you begin to run a deficit. Deficits are bad.
And no, I'm not an old man or rich, but I am not needy of money as I've been fortunate.
Look for a prison guard, apparently, those are plentiful here in AZ.
Don't get me wrong, federal jobs are important, but it does not make sense to spend more money from taxes to create jobs.
Remember that in order to keep 1 person in prison for 1 yr is approx.$40,000. The more people in prisons, the more money we must pay in taxes. There are 2.5 million people in prisons across the USA. Do the math. What's $40,000 X 2,500,000? Multiply 4 * 25 and add all the zeros. It's a big number. That is all coming from taxes to keep people in prison.
No more prisons. Legalize drugs, prostitution and gambling and tax at 80%.
Ya gotta start asking yourself, in the South West WHO makes up the greatest portion of the prison population???

THE ILLEGALS.

So your money saving scheme has got to start with no amnesty. expulsion and a secure border. You are so woefully behind and so woefully a product of the libtard kool aid.
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#438 Nov 28, 2010
AnchorDude wrote:
Listen to what you are saying. We put people in prison so that we have jobs? Think of running a company and having a very high overhead. You know, overhead, that cost that is incurred in crap that must be paid for somehow in order to keep the business running? Things like rent, taxes, utilities, etc. The more overhead you have, the less profit you make. If your profit goes to zero or below zero, once again, you begin to run a deficit. Deficits are bad.
And no, I'm not an old man or rich, but I am not needy of money as I've been fortunate.
Look for a prison guard, apparently, those are plentiful here in AZ.
Don't get me wrong, federal jobs are important, but it does not make sense to spend more money from taxes to create jobs.
Remember that in order to keep 1 person in prison for 1 yr is approx.$40,000. The more people in prisons, the more money we must pay in taxes. There are 2.5 million people in prisons across the USA. Do the math. What's $40,000 X 2,500,000? Multiply 4 * 25 and add all the zeros. It's a big number. That is all coming from taxes to keep people in prison.
No more prisons. Legalize drugs, prostitution and gambling and tax at 80%.
Are you volunteering to house the pedophiles, rapist and murderers? Or are you one yourself?
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#439 Nov 28, 2010
Melanie wrote:
We put people in prison so we have jobs. We don't even manufacture METH anymore. You are in Green Valley, probably because you are a rich old white man. Lets go on a date........
And then we have the mothers like you, on welfare milking the system dry!
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#440 Nov 28, 2010
My Dixie Wrecked wrote:
Jesus people, the elections are over, this blog should have died weeks ago.
Yet even you're still posting here!
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#441 Nov 28, 2010
Trollmonitor wrote:
Pendejo
if ya can't understand the last translation here's another.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =R6dm9rN6oTsXX&feature=rel ated
I can't understand the translation, can you repeat that again, again and again? Pretty sad when repeating is all you have!
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#442 Nov 28, 2010
Trollmonitor wrote:
Pendejo
if ya can't understand the last translation here's another.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =R6dm9rN6oTsXX&feature=rel ated
I'll bet you and Melanie are a laugh a minute on the homosexuality threads. Is that where you normally post? Do you still want to see my Mr. Chunky?
mark

Austin, TX

#443 Nov 28, 2010
AnchorDude wrote:
Listen to what you are saying. We put people in prison so that we have jobs? Think of running a company and having a very high overhead. You know, overhead, that cost that is incurred in crap that must be paid for somehow in order to keep the business running? Things like rent, taxes, utilities, etc. The more overhead you have, the less profit you make. If your profit goes to zero or below zero, once again, you begin to run a deficit. Deficits are bad.
And no, I'm not an old man or rich, but I am not needy of money as I've been fortunate.
Look for a prison guard, apparently, those are plentiful here in AZ.
Don't get me wrong, federal jobs are important, but it does not make sense to spend more money from taxes to create jobs.
Remember that in order to keep 1 person in prison for 1 yr is approx.$40,000. The more people in prisons, the more money we must pay in taxes. There are 2.5 million people in prisons across the USA. Do the math. What's $40,000 X 2,500,000? Multiply 4 * 25 and add all the zeros. It's a big number. That is all coming from taxes to keep people in prison.
No more prisons. Legalize drugs, prostitution and gambling and tax at 80%.
I agree legalize drugs, and free all the non-violent offenders from prison. Legalizaion will make the costs go down, assure a better, safer product and reduce crime. I don't do drugs, except drink once in a while, but I could care less what others put in their bodies. There will be those that over do it, but look at all the fat azz food stamp using trash out there that are 50 pounds over weight from all the chips, mtn dew and processed food they buy.
Melanie

Huachuca City, AZ

#444 Nov 28, 2010
would love to see your chunky..........no I am not a mother.
Back to your.........C
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#445 Nov 28, 2010
Melanie wrote:
would love to see your chunky..........no I am not a mother.
Back to your.........C
Before I let you near my Mr. Chunky, have you had your Adams apple removed yet? Did they finish the operation?
When

Austin, TX

#446 Nov 29, 2010
Sicko wrote:
<quoted text>
Before I let you near my Mr. Chunky, have you had your Adams apple removed yet? Did they finish the operation?
When is Jan Brewer gonna get his adam's apple removed.
Melanie

Huachuca City, AZ

#447 Nov 29, 2010
You will be convinced Sicko......no AA. Now for some hot chunky! Lets see your best Brett Favre impersonation
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#448 Nov 29, 2010
When wrote:
<quoted text>When is Jan Brewer gonna get his adam's apple removed.
When your uncle daddy finally starts paying child support. What are you know about 25? Did you ever graduate out of the 2ND. grade?
Sicko

Bullhead City, AZ

#449 Nov 29, 2010
Melanie wrote:
You will be convinced Sicko......no AA. Now for some hot chunky! Lets see your best Brett Favre impersonation
How about some Tiger Woods instead? Ya wanna sext?
Melanie

Huachuca City, AZ

#450 Nov 29, 2010
doesn't have to be big and black, small and white is good too........
AmericanDude

Scottsdale, AZ

#451 Dec 16, 2010
Prank wrote:

Ya gotta start asking yourself, in the South West WHO makes up the greatest portion of the prison population???

THE ILLEGALS.

So your money saving scheme has got to start with no amnesty. expulsion and a secure border. You are so woefully behind and so woefully a product of the libtard kool aid.

**********

So, put some numbers behind what you are claiming PRANK.

American prisons and jails held 2,304,115 inmates in 2008.[2] Approximately one in every 18 men in the United States is behind bars or being monitored. A significantly greater percentage of the American population is in some form of correctional control even though crime rates have declined by about 25 percent from 1988-2008.[11] 70% of prisoners in the United States are non-whites.[12] In recent decades the U.S. has experienced a surge in its prison population, quadrupling since 1980, partially as a result of mandated sentences that came about during the "war on drugs." Violent crime and property crime have declined since the early 1990s.[13]

As of 2004, the three states with the lowest ratio of imprisoned to civilian population are Maine (148 per 100,000), Minnesota (171 per 100,000), and Rhode Island (175 per 100,000). The three states with the highest ratio are Louisiana (816 per 100,000), Texas (694 per 100,000), and Mississippi (669 per 100,000).[14]

Nearly one million of those incarcerated in state and federal prisons, as well as local jails, are serving time for committing non-violent crimes.[15]

In 2002, 93.2% of prisoners were male. About 10.4% of all black males in the United States between the ages of 25 and 29 were sentenced and in prison, compared to 2.4% of Hispanic males and 1.3% of white males.[16]

In 2005, about 1 out of every 136 U.S. residents was incarcerated either in prison or jail.[17] The total amount being 2,320,359, with 1,446,269 in state and federal prisons and 747,529 in local jails.[18]

A 2005 report estimated that 27% of federal prison inmates are noncitizens, convicted of crimes while in the country legally or illegally.[19] However, federal prison inmates are only six percent of the total incarcerated population; noncitizen populations in state and local prisons are more difficult to establish. The World Prison Brief puts the total number of foreign prisoners in all federal, state and local facilities at 5.9%.[4]

granted this is not data acquired today, it shows different numbers than what you are claiming

Although African-Americans account for only 12 percent of the U.S. population, an estimated 38.9 percent of all prisoners in the United States are black (as of 2005 DOJ data).[27] Blacks were nearly 5 times more likely than whites, nearly 3 times more likely than Hispanics to have been in jail in 2005.[27] Census data for 2000, which included a count of the number and race of all individuals incarcerated in the United States, revealed a dramatic racial disproportion of the incarcerated population in each state: the proportion of blacks in prison populations exceeded the proportion among state residents in every single state.[28] In twenty states, the percent of blacks incarcerated was at least five times greater than their share of resident population.[28] According to DOJ 2009 data, Black non-Hispanic males, with an incarceration rate of 4,749 inmates per 100,000 U.S. residents of the same race and gender, were incarcerated at a rate more than 6 times higher than white non-Hispanic males (708 inmates per 100,000 U.S. residents) and 2.6 times higher than Hispanic males (1,822 inmates per 100,000 U.S. residents).[29]

looks like the number is more like 25%, which does not constitute a majority ...
AmericanDude

Scottsdale, AZ

#452 Dec 16, 2010
1,000,000 non-violent criminals in the can at the expense of the taxpayer? Roughly 1/2 of those in prison, go figure. This still doesn't sound like big business to you PRANK?

You are all for this, so what's your contribution to the tax system that is paying for these incarcerations? I'm thinking I don't give a flying F*** to keep these 1,000,000 in there.

And yes, no Amnesty to anyone. That's a BS deal. Not because Obama has put it forward,'cause it always has been. Expulsion already happens dude. You go to jail, they take you out of the country. It's that simple. Of course, this only applies to non-US citizens. Yes, a resident alien will lose his/her alien resident card and rights if put in a federal pen. You can complain all you want about US Citizen hispanics, but you cannot have those removed.

Again, PRANK, if you are serious about securing the border, then you must push an agenda that says that those should be totally closed and sealed like North Korea. Create another 38th parallel along the southern border. Then again, you'd have to do it around the entire country, as people come in from everywhere, china, japan, russia, canada, etc.

The use of deadly force must be evident. I'm talking Gun Ships and shoot first ask questions later. No one comes in, no one goes out. It's that simple.

Are you still wishing to secure the border, PRANK? Hold your BS representatives and senators, governors accountable. Make them close the borders. No imports, no exports. Nothing comes in, nothing goes out.

I think the only person that is wayyyyyyy behind is someone called PRANK.
AmericanDude

Scottsdale, AZ

#453 Dec 16, 2010
To the person who posted about pedophiles. I believe those idiots are considered violent criminals, so, no I don't support letting them go.

But if you really wanna get down to business.

Here's what you do.

-People serving a prison term either get support from their families or they die (no more free food, no more cable, no more nothing - if your family doesn't bring you food, you die, it's that simple)

-Anyone serving more than a 20 yr sentence must be put to death immediately - no death row, death by 22 to the head (cost is less than a quarter).

-Drug dealers are no longer criminals as they get a tax number and pay taxes like the rest of us suckers (don't worry about what people put in their bodies, no one worries about what you put in yours)

-Prostitutes are no longer criminals as they get a tax number as well and pay taxes like the rest of us (leave your morals at the door please)

-Prisons no longer get run by contractors, you set down buildings that are monitored from the outside and there is no way out until it is time - from the outside - no more BS

-White collared crimes immediately get 20 yrs, which is immediate death (no more ENRONS)

-Politicians are not exempt from serving full prison terms

-No more parole for good behavior, you get in to do 19 and you do 19, nothing more, nothing less

-Prisoners work every single day of the year, no rest (they can build things for the military, for the state, for whatever - no rest, no relaxation, no re-education)

should I go on, or are you sitting there thinking about your morals?

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#454 Dec 17, 2010
AmericanDude wrote:
Prank wrote:

So, put some numbers behind what you are claiming PRANK.
American prisons and jails held 2,304,115 inmates in 2008.
La Raza propaganda doesn't count. Just go look in the jails and get back to me. Oh but sorry you must be one of those libtards that refuses to give credence to what is plain as a cockroach on the kitchen counter. For some reason libtards want to say it's a lost bug.

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