I am a huge believer in people being able to express and live as the gender / orientation that they feel they are. I feel that MS. Manning was mistreated the entire time she has been in custody, and she should be released, pardoned, and give honor of some one who showed the illegal acts done by our own military. Hugs
I know we have freedom of speech here in the USA, however I think this crosses a line. It is wild lies and pandering , having no basis in fact, in the hopes of getting some people to not only believe this crap, but to act on it. Hugs
A comment from Vicky that is so great I decided to make it a post. many hugs.
Oh my relative, there are many of us who shake our heads and have many tears as to ” why ” this continues to go on… The logic of for-profit prisons is the younger they can institutionalize a person the better for their coffers …. The more offenders the better.. Then they can tell the public that they are safe from harm when those offenders are locked up.. That they are being ” rehabilitated ” when they are being programmed to continue to recycle back into the prisons or stay for a life time…The public is being lied to and the cost can not be measured.. Lives and families ruined… sometimes for ever… Until the bounty on humans is removed this will be a fight that every one is bound to enter… Take away the cost in $$$$ to tax payers, consider the cost to communities in crime after crime… the innocent paying for the for profit industry ….. with their pain and lives… I am all for rehabilitation , when it is done right… and succeeds . not with pretending to do the work and passing out lies and pain back to the people… for profit.. We all need to stand up and voice our opinions to our legislators in every state… and never stop doing so….
Hello Vicky, until you showed me so much stuff, and a few others also shared with me their information, I never knew how bad our justice and prison system was. I guess unless you get tangled up in them , you wouldn’t know. That is why it is so important for people like you to tell us.
I know you did not intend this to be a post but I really feel it is important enough to have everyone see it. So I am going to copy it and paste it as a post from you. Thank you relative Vicky, you really inspire me. Many hugs
I have been an admirer of Vicky for many years, since the first comment she made on this blog. As we exchanged emails she paid me the highest complement I think anyone can give. She invited me into her family, and made me a relative. Anyone who has had a childhood like I have has too main problems, we yearn to be accepted as we are by a family, and we feel we are unworthy of any family. Vicky has done her best to dispel each of those. I have loved the informative and supportive emails she has sent me, and her passion for helping others is unrivaled. I am stunned by the many causes she is so great a champion for. I recently asked Vicky if she would do me the honor of posting on my blog, using her extensive knowledge of the first nation people, the causes and problems she has tried hard to change over the years. She has finally agreed, much to my great delight. Here is her first post. Please welcome her as you would me. Thanks and hugs. Scottie
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