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Obviously that touchy feely Nashville Judge should be among those we, in Tennessee, send out to San Francisco where his liberal ideas will fit in.He says just jailing people does nothing to treat the underlying mental and/or drug addiction problems that cause these people to keep circulating through the criminal justice system and actually wants to try and create a way to cure the underlying problems.Now how did a judge with San Francisco values like that get on the bench in Tennessee?Much better to have a matrix to just lock these people up forever and get them off our streets. Who cares about solving there problems? There problems shouldn't be OUR problems, right John?Thank God we have true conservatives here in Memphis that understand this
Anonymous said, "Thank God we have true conservatives here in Memphis that understand this"Unfortunately, the conservatives are mostly just cops. We do have a few judges, but they tend to be in the Criminal Courts. I think we need to help some of our other judges understand that people who are repeat, repeat, repeat offenders need to get the maximum sentence, each and every time, and we need our legislators to understand that we are tired of these thugs/urban terrorists. A matrix law must be enacted, and the sooner, the better. Be sure to enlist the support of everyone who will listen!
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