Tuesday, May 24, 2011

California Dreaming

  • The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that California must remove tens of thousands of inmates from its prison rolls in the next two years, and state officials vowed to comply, saying they hoped to do so without setting any criminals free.

  • The court gave the state two years to shrink the number of prisoners by more than 33,000 and two weeks to submit a schedule for achieving that goal. The state now has 143,335 inmates...

  • The court's four conservatives accused their colleagues of "gambling with the safety of the people of California," in the words of Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. "I fear that today's decision will lead to a grim roster of victims. I hope that I am wrong. In a few years, we will see," he said.
We know what happened here when Quinn started releasing a mere 1800 inmates early.

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22 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure a good number of those prisoners to be released in California are illegals. Why not just take ALL of them and deport them to Mexico to help with their reduction of government funding? With their dwindling population due to 10's of thousands of their citizens being murdered by the drug cartels, and millions more invading the U.S., who the hell is paying taxes over there?

5/24/2011 12:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, it can always be worse, SCC. And, when they all leave California for that 'sanctuary city', Chicago, it WILL be worse. For US.

Get ready, because the storm is headed this way.

5/24/2011 12:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Try transfering them to the private sector"

Read:::: Gulag!

5/24/2011 12:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the end of the world guy is subjectively correct. All the inmates released, no jobs for the middle class, increasing category 5 tornadoes, flooding, and economic collapse. Let us not forget to add hoodlum behavior to all humans. That is correct, you no longer have to live in the ghetto to have fatherless children.

5/24/2011 12:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe if the families of some of these judges became victims then they would have a better understanding of letting this trash back on the streets. Build more prisons. Bring back the Chain Gangs.

5/24/2011 01:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Building more prisons will help create jobs too!

5/24/2011 03:12:00 AM  
Blogger elf2006real said...

NAC (not a cop),

Well popular culture was romanticizing the 70's just prior to the last election (08). Well they can now live the 70's show.

5/24/2011 04:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"and state officials vowed to comply, saying they hoped to do so without setting any criminals free."

Huh? Then why are they there in the first place?!?

5/24/2011 06:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure a good number of those prisoners to be released in California are illegals. Why not just take ALL of them and deport them to Mexico to help with their reduction of government funding? With their dwindling population due to 10's of thousands of their citizens being murdered by the drug cartels, and millions more invading the U.S., who the hell is paying taxes over there?

5/24/2011 12:27:00 AM


Is there anybody that doesn't think a significant number of these felons and their friends aren't headed to the "Sanctuary City" ?

This is the number one problem I would like to see the new Mayor tackle. It won't cost a dime. Just stand up at the next City Council meeting and say "Chicago is no longer a sanctuary city. We can no longer afford it."

If Mayor Emmanuel wants to feel an immediate groundswell of support, I sincerely believe this would do it.

5/24/2011 06:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Illegal immigrants - send them back home!

5/24/2011 07:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I say it is poetic justice. California is a very liberal state, one which Obama can count on. Two of the justices are that voted to release these prisoners are Obama appointees. Essentially, California got what it voted for. However, I do feel sorry for the “right” minded people.

5/24/2011 07:17:00 AM  
Anonymous INSANE FISH said...

And when the good citizens of Illinois elect Barry for another four years he will add at least two more judges to the Supreme Court and you can expect every decision that they rule on to resemble this decision.

5/24/2011 07:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pay mexico $15 a day to house each prisoner in a tent city , that would be money well spent

5/24/2011 08:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I was one of them, I would come to chicago... No better place in the world to be if your a crook, plus it's a "sanctuary city". Win, win for badguys. No cops, no deportation, spineless prosecution, and a green meadow of victims waiting.

5/24/2011 09:02:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Send them to Arizona, Sheriff Joe will take care of them.

5/24/2011 10:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's the end of the world as we know it,I feel fine!

5/24/2011 11:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Mark My Words, said...

Anonymous said...
... Is there anybody that doesn't think a significant number of these felons and their friends aren't headed to the "Sanctuary City" ?

This is the number one problem I would like to see the new Mayor tackle. It won't cost a dime. Just stand up at the next City Council meeting and say "Chicago is no longer a sanctuary city. We can no longer afford it."
5/24/2011 06:46:00 AM


HAAA!!! THAT'S A LAUGH!!!!

Did you forget who he's been working for?

Rahm is already ranting about giving the illegals free college scholarships.

What do the scum politicians care about not being able to afford it? They'll just borrow or print more money and blame the previous two or three administrations for all the problems.

Durbin is planning on re-introducing the DREAM Act that has ALREADY been defeated in Congress. It has less chance of passing now than before, but the pols know that Obama is turning this country toward Socialism and giving the illegals free citizenship is part of his agenda.

Durbin wants nothing more than having his name attached to DREAM so that all the illegals will worship the ground he walks on (him and his scum bucket lap dog Luis Gutierrez!).

Once the illegals become "legal", The U.S. will simply become a suburb of Mexico.

5/24/2011 03:56:00 PM  
Anonymous IS IT JUST ME? said...

... I would like to see the new Mayor ... Just stand up at the next City Council meeting and say "Chicago is no longer a sanctuary city...
5/24/2011 06:46:00 AM



There are other declared "sanctuary cities" around the country... we're not the only one. I, however, fear that the BIGGER problem is that Obama and the DemocRATS are turning the entire United States of America into a "sanctuary COUNTRY"!

5/24/2011 04:07:00 PM  
Anonymous retired in AZ said...

Send them to Arizona, Sheriff Joe will take care of them.

HEY! No so fast!
We just had 100,000 leave the state, only 1,000,000+ more to go.

(and Joe may be out of a job soon. $99.5 mil in mis-spent funds. Oops.)

5/24/2011 07:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being back the death penalty.

5/24/2011 08:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For those hoping 9.5 will suddenly declare us NOT a sanctuary city, keep wishing.

During the campaign, he clearly stated he was FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM.

I keep telling you, he's clever. If you thought that meant 'limit immigration', you voted for him. If you thought it meant 'make the illegals legal', you voted for him.

His ambiguous statements mean all things to all people, when they don't really mean ANYTHING at all. Except that he learned how to play the game and he played everyone equally.

5/24/2011 11:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah this is a great idea....Can't wait for the earthquake that sinks this idiot state... SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California improperly freed more than 450 dangerous criminals without supervision last year as part of a controversial parole program designed to reduce prison crowding and cost, the California prison system's independent inspector general said in a report Wednesday.

A faulty computerized risk-assessment program predicted the offenders could be released under the state's non-revocable parole law that took effect in January 2010.

5/25/2011 01:31:00 PM  

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