Stuck In A Fail Loop: Why The Republican Nominee Doesn’t Matter


In the criminal justice world, recidivism is when a criminal repeats an undesirable behavior after they either experienced negative consequences of that behavior, or were treated or trained to extinguish that behavior. Recidivism has a direct correlation to psychopathy defined by uninhibited gratification in criminal or aggressive impulses and the inability to learn from past mistakes. In the case of criminals, they gain satisfaction through their antisocial behavior and lack remorse for their actions. There are those who claim that if criminals are taught there is a different approach to living that is not criminally based, they will see the error of their ways and choose a path that is beneficial to themselves and society. Regardless of knowledge, bad consequences, and re-education attempts, many criminals repeat their mistakes and they are not far removed from Republicans who are so locked in with conservative ideology that they cannot, and will not, change their despicable behavior. read more