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*the weight of a .38 Smith & Wesson Special bullet February 15, 2010

Posted by Fritz in Yachts and other things that float.
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I try to be as Christ-like as I can in my daily life. I’ve got a long way to go but at least I try to remember my thoughts and actions and weigh them against the moral benchmark set by the Son of God. But I’m afraid I’m going to have to seek absolution on this one.

[National Security Adviser] Gen. Jim Jones defended John Brennan, the president’s top counter-terrorism adviser. On Saturday, Brennan compared the U.S. criminal recidivism rate of 50 percent to the one in five terrorists who are released to other nations and return to the battlefield.

“Twenty percent isn’t that bad,” Brennan said.

Jones said the United States has to make sure to do the best it can, but it’s unrealistic to think no terrorist allowed to go free won’t return to battle.

“It’s never going to be zero,” Jones said on “Fox News Sunday.” “We have a long history of having convicted terrorist in federal courts, locking them up for many, many years and doing the best we can, but zero is not going to be the standard in which we try to achieve it.”

Achieving a zero percent recidivism rate is quite easy. Either keep the SOB’s locked up forever or conveniently insert 7.1 grams of lead* into each one’s head.

Liberals disgust me.

Powerline has an excellent post on this.

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