An epidemic of disrespect in America, part two
Talking Points 2/8
- Duration 7:18
- Date Feb 8, 2013
Talking Points 2/8
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Hi -- Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us and I an epidemic of disrespect in America part two.
That is the subject of this evening's talking points memo as we reported earlier this week.
Eighteen year old Penelope Soto arrested for drug possession -- Miami curse that a judge during a bond hearing.
Did you say and me.
Did you say that and what do they say that kind of fighting inequity and I don't them -- -- -- becoming.
-- -- was immediately taken to the turner correctional center where she has been for the past four days now there's a new twist in the case we'll get to that moment.
The actions of Minnesota demonstrated clear disrespect for the judicial system and talking points believes -- epidemic of disrespect and -- Some of you agree some of you don't but I think my case is getting strong.
We're following the terrible murder spree of former Los Angeles Police officer Chris -- fired from his job -- killed three innocent people in Southern California.
But on the net thousands of people actually applauding the Warner calling him a hero for standing up against what it.
It simply madness but stuff like that it's happening all over cyberspace.
Also earlier this week we told you the New York City public school system is change its disciplinary -- But longer -- cursing out a teacher in the classroom.
I suspend able offense now little will happen to a student does.
We all know that millions of American children have bad parents and a combination of poor parenting.
Cowardly public education and no standards at all on -- net have created a perfect storm of disrespect.
This is going to be a major issue in the USA going forward.
There's an entire generation of younger Americans -- simply don't care about tradition about authority about acting in an appropriate map.
These people will pay a price.
For that disrespectful point of view.
But under the Obama administration.
The respectful folks will also pay a price.
Will be supporting many of the goal is misguided young people who can't prosper in the marketplace.
Not the top story tonight new developments as I said in the Soto case this afternoon she appeared again before judge Jorge Rodriguez show mop.
Soto apologize to him her attorney saying she was under the influence of drugs and her remarks were inappropriate.
Here's how the judge replied today.
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Please this is.
Well you did you communities perfectly okay.
-- won't -- names we'll get his.
Friends -- do justice.
I think the judge watch my talking points memo earlier this week because we're thinking around -- same thing here.
Judge then vacated the jail sentence and if Minnesota can post 5000 dollars bond shouldn't get out.
Joining several Los Angeles at a -- -- -- got far trial attorney.
And from Kansas City doctor Brian Russell -- -- psychologist doctor -- -- -- you what do you think about this case in general.
I like that the way to judge had bill.
I think that's.
Consequences are key.
We've got way too many young people -- -- spared wait too many consequences -- way too many actions and it's really rare in life.
That we actually help people long term buy -- and and the consequences of their actions in fact bill.
That is much more the cause of our violence problem in our society.
-- guns -- lack of mental health care any of this other stuff -- been talking about five but surely I I think the judge.
Me I -- he was compassionate and I think that was the correct thing he made this point she served four -- days in jail.
I would've done the same thing -- -- doctor Russell that you would not have done the same thing you would letters -- in every thirty.
Absolute are are you get it you're not really gonna bet -- a dinner that this woman is gonna clean up -- -- -- -- about -- on drugs in Baghdad as an officer of the court though I think she asked to show.
He has to show some compassion.
I would've done that because the woman had no prior if the woman at a prior.
I would character -- daddy's here.
Don't you know I think kudos to the judge.
I certainly do not condone this -- behavior clearly she just respected the court.
Clearly there's no excuse for what she dad and I -- you feel and I agree with the into the with the judge here that we do have an epidemic of.
A lot of she did not agree with the judge when he hit it with authority in the first time around did you.
He know and he -- -- too far.
And I appreciate the fact that he took a step back and realize that he was not doing the right.
What a US and haven't been had you've been the judge in that courtroom and she said if you deal.
No I don't want to -- our how many days you're in a court the judge that you you would've done what.
That's -- content and I would have given her an admonition and I would have warned her tendency in the notion engage -- that's.
And it she'd broken yeah and -- -- and -- Tara would you have scolded error an admonition -- Pretty frightening and heat on you know look.
Look I would have certainly given her an admonition and let -- know you know that you cannot have a look but you have to give her a warning you that I have my -- loyal -- -- again.
I -- I would give her two weeks in community service are let's get to the bigger picture here.
And the judge in his statement to her and again I I you know I just -- the feeling he saw my talking points memo and not Tuesday.
Because that's exactly what I'm saying here that the culture now.
Particularly for those Americans under the age of thirty.
It's just rife with disrespect on every level and it's like hey blank you know I'm gonna do what I want doctor Russell as psychologist I'm sure you -- Absolutely we have way too many young people bill.
Being taught did not.
Being taught to go through life thinking of themselves as part of something larger than themselves and so what they're doing is going through life.
Thinking of it like it's their own personal biopic in which there the star and everybody else is just an abstract.
This social media doesn't help out with -- narcissus are they encourage social media it would be -- they encourage you to we have 31 on one thing is -- Community in the social media is is that.
I don't want to present to you -- that I got to ask you this yes New York City public school system announces you can say if you do that you're teacher classroom for almost his.
-- -- -- You to stay in backlash from -- you might get an admonition.
You think that's a good.
A little bit different look I'm all for giving teachers and public schools more power to discipline kids.
I think that we need to get to these kids before they end up before a judge like we see in his.
Just let us get -- ahead of those school district here in New York City this being.
Skid Kurtz is attitude you suspend it -- I would suspend the -- cursing at a teacher is not acceptable -- not like I'm message elbow.
Happy and he means so.
At CNN I felt very interesting discussion.