The World According to Mike: June 2005

Thursday, June 23, 2005

A Noble Use of the Blogosphere!!!

It seems some folks in the Perris California area have decided to set up a blog to show their extreme displeasure at the release of a very violent child sex offender. They've done a wonderful job of chronicling demonstrations etc including photos. I urge all to check it out!

Special thanks to OSAPian for pointing this out to your humble blogger.

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At 6/29/2005 3:49 PM, Blogger OSAPian said...

Mike, this is an example of how the blogosphere as changed everything. The sad thing is that the prevert is just one of thousands we (CDC's parole division) are forced to dump in flop houses because our Big Blue sentencing laws are so weak. These animals get out because their sentences ARE NOT long enough.

At 6/29/2005 11:10 PM, Blogger Mike said...

If they're still breathing when they get out their sentences are too short for sure. I certainly take nothing away from the paroles division. You folks no doubt do the best you can with what you have.

It amazes me that we'll practically strike a guy out for stealing a candy bar and yet we're unwilling to put these pukes who would molest our children away for life (hell, give them the needle for that matter)!

Thanks as always for stopping by, Jon. Hope the aches and pains are easing up some.

At 6/30/2005 6:47 AM, Blogger Mike said...

Note to non-law enforcement people:

The term strike out in the above comment post refers to locking an individual up for 25 years to life behind California's current habitual offender laws.

At 2/28/2006 11:16 AM, Blogger Carly said...

i like how below the blog you are talking about, there is one about a sicko police men who likes to drink adolescent boy's urine...good stuff.


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Wednesday, June 22, 2005

A True Patriot in Need of a Salute!!!

I just heard about a Cleveland Ohio heart surgeon by the name of Robert Stewart who has decided to set aside a 23 year career in heart surgery to enlist in the United States Army. 57 year old Doctor Stewart said he's been growing restless with the thought of wanting to help his country for the last year or so. It seems he was in college during the Vietnam conflict so was passed over for the draft and now wants to give something back to the nation that has given him so much.

Doctor Stewart, you are a truly great American!

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At 6/22/2005 5:31 PM, Blogger OSAPian said...

Great post Mike. You must have had to look long and hard for it. Patriotic guys like the good doctor don't fit the template the MSM uses for stories about the military.

Look at all the hoopla the media gave to the fact that the Army missed its enlistment quotas for a few months, soemthing that happens from time to time and is no big deal.

Something the MSM never --- NEVER
--- reported about was the thousands of old (and not so old) former soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines and coast guardsmen who went back in the reserves, national guard or regular forces and volunteered for active duty after 9/11.

At 6/22/2005 10:51 PM, Blogger Mike said...

So true. As I believe I mentioned in an earlier post my dad wishes the Navy would take him back for another round. He's already given them 27 years and is a great American in his own right!


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Tuesday, June 07, 2005

Jason Klein Case - Perhaps there still is hope for child disipline afterall!

Last month a Newark Ohio man by the name of Jason Klein was tried for domestic violence after his 13 year old son's P.E. coach noticed bruises on the kid's backside. Klein had paddled the boy's behind with a wooden paddle (breadboard) after finding that the youngster had stolen liquor and got drunk with several other underage kids. The case went to a jury trial and Mr. Klein was aquitted much to the chagrine, I'm sure, of bleeding heart liberals everywhere.

Interestingly enough the local child protection agency had already completed an investigation into the allegations and dropped the case months prior to the charges being filed. Fortunately Mr. Klein was lucky enough to draw a jury with enough common sense to distinguish between disipline and abuse.

About now any left leaner reading this is thinking Klein should have used his bare hand to spank the kid (or give him a "time out" perhaps?). Oh yeah, did I mention the kid is 6'3" and 190 pounds? I'm sure some day the boy will thank his dad for quite possibly preventing him from being killed in a drunk driving accident or something equally senseless. It's called tough love and more folks need to try it.

Yes, perhaps there is hope for our society yet.

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At 6/19/2005 9:19 AM, Blogger OSAPian said...

Happy Father's Day Mike. Keep up the good work!

At 6/21/2005 7:19 PM, Blogger Doug-E-Fresh said...

Why, Mike, why? We had such a good thing! Unlimited CO's must live on! Stop playing God with my emotions!


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