Listened to a Senator for Kentucky or Tennessee, once, arguing that part of the problem in Iraq was that we didn't have enough prisons to incarcerate all of the insurgents so we had to process them and then release them to return right to fighting us. His poorly worded example was that his State had more prison beds then all of Iraq. Of course, he comes from a state where a Corporate Prison company is head-quartered. But you've got to follow the money on an issue like this.
I'm not saying that the people arguing AGAINST me are wrong about the corruption or that there aren't huge things that are broken with our system. I'm asking the legitimate question, "is Anonymous the right way to address those issues. Is the cure better than the problem?"
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