Chapter 3, page 32: "I began detailing a series of substantive policy proposals. The first was a comprehensive juvenile justice plan that called for increasing minimum sentences for violent offenders, building additional detention beds for violent juveniles, making juvenile records available to law enforcement officials, and prohibiting juveniles from possessing fireams except in supervised activities such as hunting."

That is certainly a juvenile justice plan all right.

Privilege, Balls, and Bad Ideas, by George W. Bush.

[From George Bush's A Charge to Keep, gifted to me by Deeky, because he hates me. In the US, all people who plan to run for president write a shitty book. (Some are less shitty than others, by which I mean the Democrats' books.) A Charge to Keep was George W. Bush's shitty I-wanna-be-president book, published in 1999. I am blogging one random quote per page every day until I have either made my way through the book or lost it behind a couch.]

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