Oakland Tribune editorial: State must decrease prison crowding

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In this April 9, 2008 file photo, a wheelchair bound inmate wheels himself through a check point at the California Medical Facility, in Vacaville, Calif.

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Oakland Troll

Santa Cruz, CA

#1 May 24, 2011
California prison inmates enjoy rights then mere citizens.

A compassionate conservative solution would be to open up all those foreclosed homes in our neighborhoods as half-way houses for released prisoners. Not enough funding? Easy! Just pink slip a few thousand more unionista teachers, double class size, taught by administrators and parent volunteers.

Watch the NIMBY crowd begin to whine. Washington DC doesn't give a rat's azz what we think or want for ourselves and our families.

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