Crime A vs Crime B

You hear this argument all the time and it’s ridiculous.

If Crime A is committed then there is a harsh punishment but if Crime B is committed there is not. Both have severely detrimental effects.

Now when calls for Crime B to be more punishable the cry is usually “But crime A happens more often”. So what? If burglary happens more than car theft does that mean car theft should go unpunished?

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