Wednesday, 3 November 2010

Prisoners Voting

Keir finds it odd the people he is agreeing with today...



Once you commit a crime, and take away someone else's human rights, why on Earth do you deserve to vote?

If Cameron was principled (as he claims he is with the deficit: doing it for the right reasons) then he would be principled here and let the prisoners sue, let the public finances take a hit, because letting, frankly, shitheads like John Hirst having the vote is absolutely disgusting. Wont be surprised however if the coalition somehow manage to blame Labour for a decision that is theirs to take.

2 comments:

  1. ***Once you commit a crime, and take away someone else's human rights, why on Earth do you deserve to vote?***

    That truly is a hilariously idiot question coming from someone posing as an agitator.

    ReplyDelete
  2. My personal point of view is serious criminals, like those of Mr. Hirst's ilk, fit into that category. Not *all* criminals.

    The writer may be able to expand on his point though.....

    ReplyDelete