Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Outrage D'Jour: Come Back Ecoloons!

Just in case there's anyone out there who still takes seriously the Government's claim that harassing motorists is all about saving lives, here is enlightenment

Speed kills? Hey, how about hand brake turns? Add in the assault on a police officer and you'd think liberals would be calling for public execution.... unless you had any experience in dealing with the left. Sticking it to motorists is one thing, but promoting dangerous insanity takes precedence over that. Think about it as the anti-matter version of victimhood poker. The most absurd leftist talking point wins. Even so, this was classic:
He has previous convictions for drink-driving and disorderly behaviour, but was given a two-year conditional discharge because he is about to start a new job in Ireland.

Judge Clement Goldstone said the job meant that Kirk would not be able to carry out any community punishment in the UK.

He said: "I cannot impose such a requirement in this case because you are not going to be here to fulfil it and I'm not going to set you up to fail."
Yep, he couldn't be punished because that would inconvenience him. You can't get that kind of service from the NHS. Mind you, it's not like he missed out on much:
He added he would otherwise have handed down a suspended six-month-sentence in a young offenders' institution.

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