The Supreme Court and California Prisons

You’ve heard about this one, I’m sure. The U.S. Supreme Court has ordered the State of California to release about 46,000 prisoners. The California prison population is at about 148% of capacity. Face it … California is a basket case. Perhaps one of the problems with the prisons is that prison guards can retire on hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in pension benefits. That is money that could have been used to expand capacity. The only expansion has been the wallets of union prison guards.

You certainly don’t expect any common sense solutions in California – but the obvious first move is to release every non-violent drug offender currently serving time. Then take all people on death row and execute them … now. Electric bleachers would work. Once they’re executed they don’t take up any prison beds and they’re no longer in need of medical care. If after releasing the non-violent drug offenders and executing all on death row you still have an overcrowding problem, get back to me.

Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

One thought on “The Supreme Court and California Prisons”

  1. Great idea regarding the death penalty, gee….perhaps it would also give an indication you will pay dearly for whatever CRIME you intend to commit.

    Let them out??? Only in the screwed-up-liberal-sanctuary-state-of-California!

    How about the brand new, never been used, EMPTY prison in IL. that they wanted to send the Gitmo terrorists to?? I hear it’s lovely this time of year!

    I mourn the death of common sense in this Country.! AND MORALS!

    And I’ve had it up to here with socialists, marxists, and communists.!

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