Sunday, March 2, 2008

About crime

Many voters have been curious about Paul Burns's stance on crime in America. The answer is that he is against it. If you are thinking about committing a crime right now, his message to you is: "Don't do it."

Because crime is bad.

But if you do feel the need to commit a crime, Burns reminds you that there is no need to be a jerk about it. Even the police appreciate a little common courtesy.

Or you could just - you know - leave behind a W-2.

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