Friday, March 28, 2014

And in families like mine, the figure is even higher

"Americans commit an average of three felonies a day".

9 comments:

JeffS said...

Ditto.

rinardman said...

Obamacare will raise that number significantly.

If they put me in jail for ignoring Obocare, at least I'll get free health care.

SwampWoman said...

My family doesn't recognize the Federal government right to regulate much of anything at all.

Guess I can shorten that to my family doesn't recognize the Federal government.

Michael Lonie said...

I ain't done nuffin. You can't prove it and besides I was someone else when them three crimes was done.

It's worth noting that, at the rate he's going with illegal delays in Obamacare, gun running, failure to enforce laws he is sworn to uphold, and other assorted criiminous acts by his subordinates, and considering the priciple of respondeat superior, Obama probably commits more than that number of felonies, and high crimes and misdemeanors, every day.

Jonah said...

Traffic laws yeah but felonies?
Things like robbery and rape?
That's what the word felony means to us oldies who remember Dragnet.

And By God I'm not guilty of any felonies no matter what you say.

DavefromTacoma said...

Paco watches the tv show COPS as much as he can. How else would he be able to keep up with how his relatives are doing.

It's easy to spot Paco's relatives, they're the white guys without shirts on. (The iron rule of COPS, the white guy not wearing a shirt ALWAYS ends up in the back of a police car.)

Not that I look down on the Paco clan. After all, I live in Tacoma, the Oakland of the pacific northwest.

TimT said...

We Aussies founded a continent on it. Which is why we're happy to talk about it until someone in authority asks and then we didn't do it you weren't there so you didn't see us do it and you can't prove nothing to nobody, cobber!

Paco said...

Dave: Well, where would the logic be in robbing a convenience store in order to get money for yet another tattoo, and then covering up all that flashy ink with a shirt?

RebeccaH said...

This is my response to your post: Deny everything, admit nothing, and demand proof.