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darkace77450
5 months ago#22
Tenlaar posted...
So what? She served her time.


So has Joe Arpaio, but something tells me you wouldn't be okay with a respected university bringing him on board.

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Tenlaar
5 months ago#23
It's strange that the example you choose is somebody who didn't have to serve his time rather than any number of people who actually served the sentences handed down by the courts.

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darkace77450
5 months ago#24
Tenlaar posted...
It's strange that the example you choose is somebody who didn't have to serve his time rather than any number of people who actually served the sentences handed down by the courts.


His sentence was commuted, same as Manning's. Or are you going to cite some arbitrary percentage of a sentence that must be served before it's deemed "served"?

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Tenlaar
5 months ago#25
You're attempting to oversimplify different situations in order to create a false equivalency for a "gotcha" moment.

But you're also wrong in your original attempt at a gotcha anyway. If a university thinks that having Joe Arpaio speak has some educational merit they are welcome to have him speak. I wouldn't go but I also wouldn't be protesting it.

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Hexagon
5 months ago#26
darkace77450 posted...
Tenlaar posted...
It's strange that the example you choose is somebody who didn't have to serve his time rather than any number of people who actually served the sentences handed down by the courts.


His sentence was commuted, same as Manning's. Or are you going to cite some arbitrary percentage of a sentence that must be served before it's deemed "served"?


How long did he spend in jail?
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