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Greeks Liberal Entitlement – Paul Bernardo is Filth

Greeks Liberal Entitlement – Paul Bernardo is Filth

The term “Entitlement mentality” has been used often over the years by republicans to describe democrats. It is not just a coined phrase. It is more than just based in reality. It is a stone cold harsh truth.

Before the Obama administration, the term “entitlement mentality” flew mostly below the radar. It was used in interviews and more often than not in debate or discussions when the conservative combatant wanted to level a charge against an opponent. It was a buzz phrase…a lightning rod of sorts. That is no longer the case. This administration has embraced the entitlement mentality and taken it from a footnote to center stage.

It first moved to the fore front during the Obama campaign and his attacks on the Bush tax cuts. “Tax the wealthy” was the cry from the left. “Spread the wealth” was the cry from Obama himself. In other words, those without great wealth were…entitled to it…at the expense of those who HAVE great wealth. But that’s just the surface scratch. How were those, without, to get from those…with? Simple…through taxes. Those without wealth would receive some of what others had THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT. That’s right, liberals/socialists, via Obama, would decide who was…”Entitled”…to what.

Paul Bernardo, Canada’s most notorious murderer and rapist, has applied for day parole in the Toronto area, the Star has learned.

Bernardo was convicted 20 years ago of murdering two teenage school girls, Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French. He was sentenced to life in prison with no hope of parole for 25 years.

However, notices from Correctional Service Canada went out last week to at least one of his victims, advising her Bernardo had applied for day parole in the Toronto area.

Criminal lawyer Daniel Brown says Bernardo’s chances of release from jail, now or in the future however, are virtually nil.

“I can’t think of any murderer designated a ‘dangerous offender’ who has been granted parole,” he said. “Simply being eligible for parole means very little to the parole board.”

After his trial, Bernardo confessed to raping 14 women as the dreaded Scarborough rapist. Rather than going through another trial, the Crown applied that he be declared a “dangerous offender” — a designation reserved for Canada’s most violent criminals and sexual predators. Bernardo agreed.

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