Thursday, May 19, 2011

Horrific Maine mystery solved

For days the people of Maine were alarmed that a dead child was left on a small communities' road, with nobody reporting him missing, and police unable to identify him.

It turns out that the boys mother, a woman from Texas, confessed to suffocating her son. She has been charged with second-degree murder.

Boy's mother confesses

I'm sure parents in the area will rest a little easier knowing there isn't a dangerous child predator among them.

If ever there were a case for hating the crime, but not the criminal, this is it. Is it possible to conceive of a punishment worse than facing these actions?

It is time to be thankful if you were born to loving parents.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

American wealth

I look at CEOs a bit differently than most people. For me, CEOs are to the rightful profit of investors as pedophiles are to the children of others. When an investor sticks with a company and bears the risk of that investment, a parasitic leach should not lavish himself upon the proceeds of a good upbringing.

When "the street" whines about regulation that is too restrictive, I like to think of a pedophile complaining about law enforcement that is too restrictive. That kind of whining most Americans know how to treat.

Profit belongs to the risk takers as surely as innocence belongs to the children.

Foot Quotes

"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge"

Charles Darwin