And do we think that, compared to the seven years handed down to the girl who stamped gay man Ian Banham to death, this seems like reasonable justice?
And do we think that when an MP who fiddled the tax-payer out of nearly £9,000 in expenses gets just four months that this seems like a reasonable sentence?
And do we think that the fact that they can be arrested, charged, tried and sentenced all within the space of six days smacks of a kangaroo court?
And do we think that this ridiculous ‘robust’ (that’s the new word du jour, sorry, Can we make this perfectly clear that this is the new word du jour?) justice is an attempt to shore up David Cameron’s image as a decisive leader when he is really just a buttock-faced non-entity who had to be dragged screaming back from wearing Blue Harbour polo shirts in pastels while on his holibobs in Tuscany to deal with this?
And does the fact that not one single banker has been prosecuted for bringing the world to its knees while lining – and continuing to line – their own pockets not throw the actions of a couple of unemployeds who wanted to get their hands on some free trainers into stark relief?
And do we think that Andy Coulson, if he is found to have lied to everyone up to and including the Prime Minister about hacking the phones of murder victims, will get four years in jail?
Mostly yes. One no.
Do we think that four years jail for trying (unsuccessfully) to start a riot with a Facebook page is too harsh?,