Newsbusters directs us to ABC News, where they are decrying the Georgia sex offender law as "too tough". You see, to ABC News, it's Georgia's fault that a convicted child offender who's homeless can't find a legal place to stay, because the law won't let him hang around places with lots of kids. Now he's off to prison, and ABC News says it's 'not fair'.
The article continues by citing to unnamed critics who "say the law places people in a catch-22 by rendering nearly the entire state unlivable for sex offenders, while at the same time insisting that they register a permanent address."
How about this? Don't sexually assault kids, and you can stay anywhere you want in Georgia.
Life can be 'too tough', and 'not fair' sometimes, especially if you're found guilty of unleashing sexual harm upon a child, which, by the way, is 'too tough' and 'not fair' to the child you victimized.