Re: C. S. Lewis on Punishment
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1952 Tuesay, 24 September 2002
From: Clifford Stetner <
Date: Saturday, 21 Sep 2002 00:38:36 -0400
Subject: 13.1932 Re: C. S. Lewis on Punishment
Comment: Re: SHK 13.1932 Re: C. S. Lewis on Punishment
R. A. Cantrell <
>Thank God for final results. I was not sure these villains were guilty,
>but now we will be spared the inconvenience of a trial and the remote
>possibility that the Evil Ones will escape the wrath of a well
>persuaded, highly indignant, utterly ignorant mob.
You'd think with what they're paying for legal defense they could keep
the rabble out of the courtroom and any of the thousands of the not
quite as ignorant as they used to be who happened to have just lost his
job the same day his retirement savings were wiped out off the jury. We
haven't unfortunately been spared the spectacle of ingratitude and
disloyalty among Congressmen in Enron financed suits, in front of Enron
financed TV cameras wagging their Enron financed rings at the persecuted
tycoons. I'm not persuaded they're guilty either. Martha Stewart may
very well just have phenomenally good intuition, and locking your
employees into stock that you yourself are in the process of dumping is
just good capitalism.
Must there no more be done for Cliff Baxter?
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