Re: C. S. Lewis on Punishment
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1973 Wednesday, 25 September 2002
From: R. A. Cantrell <
Date: Tuesday, 24 Sep 2002 15:30:30 -0500
Subject: 13.1952 Re: C. S. Lewis on Punishment
Comment: Re: SHK 13.1952 Re: C. S. Lewis on Punishment
>>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.
Sometimes it is difficult to back up broad assertions, but at other
times fortune smiles and you are provided with a spot-on, letter
perfect point by point example. Thanks Cliff.
All the best,
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