This time in Los Angeles:

This is not a question of available toilets unless you plan to place a port-a-potty in every corner of the city. This type of action comes after years of telling people that victim status comes with a Morality-Free, Guilt-Free bonus certificate that makes anything they do tolerable.

That guy takes a dump in front of a business and he will face no penalties. Your Chihuahua does the same and you don’t pick it up and you get a fine.  I’d even go as far as say that the county would fine the business owner because there was unsanitary conditions in his locale.

And we all thought “deep shit” was just a figure of speech.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “Neither rule of law, nor rule of morality: Californication Defecation”
  1. So… the left coast has gone for a figuratively “shithole” into a real one thanks to progtards.

    This is my shocked face. 😐

  2. “…years of telling people that victim status comes with a Morality-Free, Guilt-Free bonus certificate that makes anything they do tolerable.”

    Agree totally. There is no excuse for this type of behavior, but people make one because “the poor homeless… or the poor muslims…. or the poor gays… or the poor blacks…. it is not their fault they are forced into doing ______”

    it is BS. Total BS. Yes, for the most part, victims are there due to their own choices. Yes, a lot of homeless people are mentally ill. So are a lot of people that are perfectly capable of holding down a job, paying their bills, etc… but those people made the choice to be a productive part of society despite their mental issues.

    Just because you have an issue does not mean you have free reign to be a detriment to society.

  3. Adam Carolla talked about this on his podcast.

    The police in LA are not a law enforcement agency, they are a revenue collection agency. This is something that many people on the right, left, and libertarians have made an issue of.

    The poor, homeless and vagrants can’t pay fines and it costs money to lock them up. So the police pretty much leave them alone. It’s not worth the cost to the city’s budget to arrest and jail them for quality of life crimes.

    The super rich can pay the fines up to a point, then they start to complain to the politicians they donate to and become untouchable by police.

    It’s the middle class that can pay the fines but doesn’t have the money to buy political influence that gets squeezed the hardest.

    The middle class pet owner, who can afford the dog and the tag fee can afford the fine for not picking up the poop so will get nailed to the wall.

    The vagrant has nothing, so it’s not worth the cops’ time to stop him from shitting on the sidewalk.

    The fun will begin when the city fines the business owner for not cleaning up the vagrants’ shit. At that point, the law abiding tax payers will have had enough.

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