There definitely needs to be something done but making shoplifting a felony is not the answer. There is a middle ground for punishing repeat offenders, whether that's something like community service or some other solution. You're arguing with a libertarian who is masquerading as someone with liberal ideology. is not interested in any sort of actual solution that takes into account social equity, balance or justice because their sole interestThe fact that you can imply that you have any sort of liberal ideals while repeatedly using libertarian/conservative propoganda language would be hilarious if it wasn't so sad and obvious. Remember where you crowed about how much money you made off Facebook, a company that literally ? Then you sidestepped a lot of the very valid criticism that people had for Facebook and how utterly morally bankrupt it is to celebrate the success of a fundamentally immoral company that, among other things:This is, of course, only the tip of the iceberg. Your only response was talking about what a wonderful place it is to work, completely ignoring the fact that all the benefits you espoused are built off a literal pyramid of human misery and death. I don't know what you are but you're not liberal and I'm not entirely convinced you have a conscience or any sort of moral compass.