If the fine for speeding was $10,000 and 5 years in Jail. Would there be any speeders out there?

Then, why would you consider voting illegally; since that is the fine and penalty for voter fraud?

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Dianereynolds's picture
Dianereynolds 29 weeks 4 days ago
#1

And murdering someone may lead to the death penalty.

I am glad we have solved that issue.

PhilfromOhio's picture
PhilfromOhio 28 weeks 5 days ago
#2

Diane, You should speak with Progeresiveloan, since you are rolling in dough and they need you to help bankroll their scam. Just tell them that Don sent you. Josef would be happy to give you an 'upliftment.' Great word to add to your vocab. Let's call it a noun. But then you rich folk like Don prefer adjectives, expecially hypersuperlative ones....

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MayJones 20 weeks 1 day ago
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Speeding tickets should be fine one a means tested bases as a percentage of assets, therefore you punish everyone equally and that would 100% prevent speeding. A multi-millionaire would laugh at a $10,000 fine, but if they were fined $2m, then they would stop and think!

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Keith Weborg Sr.'s picture
Keith Weborg Sr. 20 weeks 19 hours ago
#4

Sounds like you have heard Thom talk about fines in Germany Ya?

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