Kill Daniel St. Hubert

Daniel St. Hubert knifed up Prince Joshua and stabbed Mikayla seventeen times, assaulted a police officer while in jail and tried to strangle his mother.  His only minor crime was urinating in public.

The cops should have poured the urine down his throat.  Harsh?  Not as harsh as stabbing children.

What is the choice?  Instead they allowed their liberal love of degraded humanity to kill and maim the kids. They repeatedly let him out of prison.   Do children have less rights than killers?

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What has happened to the values of modern society?

Modern society has reversed its values.  People sympathize with felons and dismiss victims.  The judges and the penal system that let St. Hubert free are responsible for those children’s deaths.

My friend suggested that St. Hubert might have deserved sympathy  because he could have been insane.  How do we even define insane?  And why is it an excuse for killing children? He should be punished for what he did not our interpretation of his motivation?

When are we going to get over this feel-good complacency about killers?  When are we going to punish them properly?  When are we going to grow up and recognize that we are loading a gun against our own heads when we are soft on them?

St.  Hubert did all his killings with a knife.  When is the liberal anti-gun crowd going to realize that guns are a result of sickness not the cause?

Being humane to killers is being inhumane to children.  The blunted intellect of liberals is a bunt at home plate that breaks the batters’ own foot.  And the ball boy and all the children die.

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David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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