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August 28, 2007

Death Penalty Opponents Must Be Stopped!

Death penalty extremists are up in arms as usual, this time over Texas’ righteous punishment of one of their pet murderers.

Texas has told the European Union to mind its own business after the bloc called on the state’s governor to get rid of the death penalty.
The EU expressed “great regret” at Texas’ preparations to carry out its 400th death penalty and renewed its call to the US to halt executions.

Good for Texas. They did the right thing by executing this murderer. Anything that aggravates the Secularist Islamist States of Olde Europe is likely to be a pretty good idea, but most especially the matter of justifiably punishing sins against God, like murder.

Execution is the most important function of the State. God has ordained that These United States shall rule the world, justly and with Christianity. But how is the US supposed to do that if it can’t maintain order against those in rebellion against it? Murder is the ultimate act of criminal sedition, as the citizenry are the basis of the body politic. The reason we form a more perfect Union is to save ourselves from bandits and brigands; the state performs its most essential function, security, by extirpating these vermin. Some crimes may be punishable by lesser measures, such as branding or imprisonment. For example the hand that raises its middle finger should be the hand that loses its middle finger, if we are to deter and punish acts of obscenity and indecency.

If lesser crimes are to be punished in such a fashion (and not, themselves, with death, as Marcia P. would undoubtedly assert), then surely the crime of murder must be punished in the harshest possible fashion. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, and a life for a life. Deterrance and punishment must swiftly and justly follow each crime. Such is the Law of God, such is the Law of Man, such is the basis for the very existence of our society.

Those who oppose the death penalty oppose civilization, America, and Christianity. If the death penalty was good enough for Our Lord, Jesus Christ, it’s good enough for any of us. Put that in your marijuana cigarette and smoke it, Amnesty International! God endured the death penalty Hmself; who are we to spare murderers the same punishment? A life sentence is far less likely to inspire true repentance than an imminent death is. By incarcerating rather than killing, we send more souls to Satan. I have little doubt that such is part of the agenda of the atheist, Marxist Amnesty International and its treefrog Helioleftist American moonbat supporters.

We must remember that we are America- these other people are not. Ours is the greatest and most just society in human history. So long as we execute murderers and other traitors, we shall keep it that way.

God bless America.

UPDATE: President-Elect-to-be Sam Brownback agrees with me. Murder the murderers, but not the non-murderers. Those people should be maimed, depending on their sins. Incarceration for the lesser seditionists. Such is law. Such is justice. Such is America as our Christian Founders intended it to be.

28 Comments »

  1. Perhaps we can imprison death penalty opponents (how could you dignify them with capitolization?) for life. If it’s so nice, why not let them try it, in Jesus’ name?

    Comment by SeekHim — August 28, 2007 @ 9:58 am | Reply

  2. “Perhaps we can imprison death penalty opponents (how could you dignify them with capitolization?) for life. If it’s so nice, why not let them try it, in Jesus’ name?”

    That sounds like a pretty good idea to me. Try that one on for size, moonbat traitors!

    Comment by Sisyphus — August 28, 2007 @ 10:00 am | Reply

  3. In Nazi Germany, they would imprison and execute anyone who disagreed with the government. You sound like you would fit in well with a Nazi regime. Thankfully, the Constitution of this great country prevents your extremeist views from being implemented. With so-called “Christians” like you, who needs Satan?

    Comment by Lawrence — August 28, 2007 @ 10:08 am | Reply

  4. “In Nazi Germany, they would imprison and execute anyone who disagreed with the government. You sound like you would fit in well with a Nazi regime. Thankfully, the Constitution of this great country prevents your extremeist views from being implemented. With so-called “Christians” like you, who needs Satan?”

    Typical hyperbole and ad hominems from the moonbats. Anyone who supports an orderly society is a Nazi, eh? Someone forgot to tell George Washington that.

    Comment by Sisyphus — August 28, 2007 @ 10:22 am | Reply

  5. “God has ordained that These United States shall rule the world, justly and with Christianity.”

    Funny, I can’t find that particular Bible passage: can you give me the chapter & verse, please?

    Comment by indyandy — August 28, 2007 @ 11:40 am | Reply

  6. Sisyphus, an “orderly society” does not mean that the people must blindly obey everything the government says, which is what you would have us believe. Your idea of an “orderly society” is, essentially, a fascist dictatorship, much like Nazi Germany.

    Comment by AutoFire — August 28, 2007 @ 11:43 am | Reply

  7. “Execution is the most important function of the State.”

    That is 100% correct. And we cannot afford to let the state forget how to perform it’s most important function. Therefore, to ensure the state is well-practiced at performing executions for when the time is truly needed, I propose they randomly execute one dozen people per day.

    The specific number is left open for debate. However, the premise is simple–if the state tries to perform an execution and fails, how could anyone still respect capital punishment? Hence, in order to maintain the threat that state-sponsored execution provides, the state must be certain of its efficiency. Hence, random people must be slaughtered in the name of Justice and, most importantly, in the name of saving lives.

    Comment by Fascinated and Confused — August 28, 2007 @ 11:52 am | Reply

  8. I hope you’re joking, FC, because you sounded like a psychopathic murderer.

    Comment by AutoFire — August 28, 2007 @ 12:39 pm | Reply

  9. AutoFire @ 8:

    No, I’m just an adamant Brownback supporter. I understand the two can be confusing sometimes if you lack proper perspective.

    Just keep in mind that very often, in order to save something (like society), it can become necessary to kill some of it.

    Comment by Fascinated and Confused — August 28, 2007 @ 1:11 pm | Reply

  10. Actually, Sisyphus and SeekHim, that’s what we do up in Canada. At least we don’t kill people unfortunate enough to be black in front of an all-white jury, or the mentally handicapped. We also are fairly ambivalent about cannabis possession.

    Yet, our society is arguably more “ordered” than the US. Hmm…!

    Also, I’m quite sure the US founding fathers didn’t intend for the country to become a theocracy, what with all the parts of state ideology about “separation of Church and State” and all that. Funny, I’m Canadian, but I’ve probably studied the US constitution more than most Americans on this site, what with actually majoring in Political Science and whatnot…

    @Autofire:
    The fact you confused the Swiftian wit of FC for the regular bayings of this site shows how really sad this all is, in my mind.

    Comment by donkspeedonkdonk — August 28, 2007 @ 1:14 pm | Reply

  11. “Funny, I can’t find that particular Bible passage: can you give me the chapter & verse, please?”

    The proof is in the pudding, bleeding-heart terrorist-snuggler.

    “Sisyphus, an “orderly society” does not mean that the people must blindly obey everything the government says, which is what you would have us believe. Your idea of an “orderly society” is, essentially, a fascist dictatorship, much like Nazi Germany.”

    I suppose that having the trains run on time makes a society exactly like Mussolini’s then, right? Burn the train schedules! Abolish all laws, or you’re a goose-stepping Fascist! Thanks for the alarmist leftist hysteria, BTW. It gave me a chuckle.

    “The specific number is left open for debate. However, the premise is simple–if the state tries to perform an execution and fails, how could anyone still respect capital punishment? Hence, in order to maintain the threat that state-sponsored execution provides, the state must be certain of its efficiency. Hence, random people must be slaughtered in the name of Justice and, most importantly, in the name of saving lives.”

    I’ve heard worse ideas, but this one does creep me out a little. How do we determine whom to execute? Do the police shoot the first twelve people they see, or what? I’m open to conversion to your point of view, but you have to sell it a little bit more clearly, here.

    ust keep in mind that very often, in order to save something (like society), it can become necessary to kill some of it.”

    This I definitely agree with. The deviant and countercultural elements are a cancer on our society. You don’t allow cancer to thrive within your nation. You cut it out, or you die. Works for your body, works for America.

    “Actually, Sisyphus and SeekHim, that’s what we do up in Canada. At least we don’t kill people unfortunate enough to be black in front of an all-white jury, or the mentally handicapped. We also are fairly ambivalent about cannabis possession.”

    And this makes you feel superior? What are you, insane? Because you have affirmative action kangaroo-acquittal juries, and a nation full of marihuana-huffing, glazed-eyed, narcotic addict freaks?

    “Also, I’m quite sure the US founding fathers didn’t intend for the country to become a theocracy, what with all the parts of state ideology about “separation of Church and State” and all that. Funny, I’m Canadian, but I’ve probably studied the US constitution more than most Americans on this site, what with actually majoring in Political Science and whatnot”

    Canada has a proud history of harboring the murderously anti-American, from Benedict Arnold to the Tories to Sitting Bull to the current crop of Islamists sneaking across our border through your lax immigration procedures. You should be proud of your nation. How long have you been independent of your betters, the English? When did they finally get tired of running your country effectively, and let you have it to run into the ground on your own? Thirty-seven years? Forty? Must be hard to count when you’re so inebriated. Drug-addled moonbats.

    Comment by Sisyphus — August 28, 2007 @ 2:25 pm | Reply

  12. “Canada has a proud history of harboring the murderously anti-American”

    What’s your point? Sometimes your own citizens need to be protected from your government, as can be seen with the current rise in US war deserters.

    “…to the current crop of Islamists sneaking across our border through your lax immigration procedures”

    Would it not be your lax immigration procedures if they’re entering the US? Last time I checked, Canadian border police decide who enters Canada and AMERICAN border police decide who enters the US…?

    Regarding my point about us “marihuana (sic)-huffing, glazed-eyed, narcotic addict freaks” (By the way, you never responded to my point about you not having a single shred of evidence in your “MARIJUANA IS MURDER” post), you missed it entirely. Ignoring the ad-hominems apropos cannabis use, I was trying to say that the jury system only works if it’s a jury of your peers. How can you say that justice is being served if a black man from an urban centre is tried in front of a jury of white suburbanites and then is killed because of racial prejudice? Have you ever read “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

    Lastly: Actually, Sisyphus, the Statute of Westminster was 1931. So, about 76 years in December. And we didn’t achieve it through war, either. Not bad for a nation of stoners! Also: the UN ranks us higher on practically every index, especially quality of life and education.

    Comment by donkspeedonkdonk — August 28, 2007 @ 2:44 pm | Reply

  13. What’s your point? Sometimes your own citizens need to be protected from your government, as can be seen with the current rise in US war deserters.”

    So, you support your country’s harboring of Benedict Arnold? Your nation’s role as the sanctuary of our evildoers and enemies and traitors will not go unrequited forever.

    “Would it not be your lax immigration procedures if they’re entering the US? Last time I checked, Canadian border police decide who enters Canada and AMERICAN border police decide who enters the US…?”

    Your border is open and unfortified. Last time we caught a terrorist, he was coming across YOUR border from Seattle. Americans caught him.

    “How can you say that justice is being served if a black man from an urban centre is tried in front of a jury of white suburbanites and then is killed because of racial prejudice? Have you ever read “To Kill a Mockingbird”?”

    Jury selection procedures are not a subject of great interest to me. If a juror or two happen to have a better socioeconomic status than the defendant, so what? Does a homeless guy get an all-homeless jury? Do we HAVE to pick a jury all of the same race? That’s a racist society, not a colorblind one like America. I don’t know how you handle things up in Canuckistan, but America strives to be better than all that.

    “So, about 76 years in December. And we didn’t achieve it through war, either. Not bad for a nation of stoners!”

    No way you even could have, what with all that drug abuse. How you guys load weapons without shooting your own feet off is one of the great mysteries of life.

    Comment by Sisyphus — August 28, 2007 @ 3:15 pm | Reply

  14. Actually, Canadians own more guns per capita than the US. The more you know…

    “Last time we caught a terrorist”

    When was that? 2001?

    “So, you support your country’s harboring of Benedict Arnold?”
    I’ve decided I’m just going to note which logical fallacy you’re perpetuating instead of trying to argue your point itself. I think that’s a Red Herring (http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/red-herring.html) followed by a “Begging the Question” (http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/begging-the-question.html).

    COMBO POINTS!

    Also, ever realize that our country is presently being governed by someone nearly as conservative as Bush himself? Until 2008, anyway.

    Comment by donkspeedonkdonk — August 28, 2007 @ 3:28 pm | Reply

  15. Actually, Canadians own more guns per capita than the US. The more you know…

    “Last time we caught a terrorist”

    When was that? 2001?

    “So, you support your country’s harboring of Benedict Arnold?”
    I’ve decided I’m just going to note which logical fallacy you’re perpetuating instead of trying to argue your point itself. I think that’s a Red Herring (http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/red-herring.html) followed by a “Begging the Question” (http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/begging-the-question.html).

    COMBO POINTS!

    Also, ever realize that our country is presently being governed by someone nearly as conservative as Bush himself? Until 2008, anyway.

    (Sorry if it doubles, it didn’t post the first time.)

    Comment by donkspeedonkdonk — August 28, 2007 @ 3:31 pm | Reply

  16. Wow, Sisyphus, you totally misread my comment. Way to showcase your ignorance!

    Comment by AutoFire — August 28, 2007 @ 9:02 pm | Reply

  17. “The proof is in the pudding, bleeding-heart terrorist-snuggler.”

    Maybe the police need to come and examine your pudding, Sisyphus: it’s obviously laced with some sort of physcotropic drug!

    BTW: where did I state any ‘bleeding heart’ outlook/philosophy in my prior post?

    Comment by indyandy — August 28, 2007 @ 10:04 pm | Reply

  18. What if we made opposition to the death penalty punishable by death? That would put an end to the ACLU and Amnesty Int. and the rest.

    Comment by John Galt — August 28, 2007 @ 10:09 pm | Reply

  19. Hey! My post got deleted! What the deuce?

    The mods are power-trippin’ to-NIGHT!

    Comment by donkspeedonkdonk — August 28, 2007 @ 11:39 pm | Reply

  20. I feel that those who commit the worst crimes deserve to suffer for them. Killing them gives them an easy way out.

    Comment by Salmo — August 29, 2007 @ 7:42 am | Reply

  21. John Galt, I think we should make those who are such strong, rabid supporters of the death penalty offer one of their own family members for execution. That way, they will have a realistic concept of what they are supporting. That makes as much sense as your post, Galty.

    And those of you are in support of the death penalty must also be in support of Abortion, because you enjoy killing so much.

    Both the death penalty and abortion arguably provide for an “orderly society”, so you Nazis should love both.

    Comment by Larry — August 29, 2007 @ 5:31 pm | Reply

  22. What if we made opposition to the death penalty punishable by death? That would put an end to the ACLU and Amnesty Int. and the rest.

    AI is based in the UK – HAH!

    Also,

    But Jesus went to the Mount of Olives.
    At dawn he appeared again in the temple courts, where all the people gathered around him, and he sat down to teach them. The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in adultery. They made her stand before the group and said to Jesus, “Teacher, this woman was caught in the act of adultery.
    In the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women. Now what do you say?”
    They were using this question as a trap, in order to have a basis for accusing him. But Jesus bent down and started to write on the ground with his finger.
    When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, “If any one of you is without sin, let him be the first to throw a stone at her.”
    Again he stooped down and wrote on the ground.
    At this, those who heard began to go away one at a time, the older ones first, until only Jesus was left, with the woman still standing there.
    Jesus straightened up and asked her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?”
    “No one, sir,” she said.
    “Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.”

    Among the many other arguments against the Death Penalty.

    Comment by interpreted — August 30, 2007 @ 7:14 am | Reply

  23. “What if we made opposition to the death penalty punishable by death? That would put an end to the ACLU and Amnesty Int. and the rest.”

    Sounds like a plan to me. Opposition to the death penalty IS a form of sedition, after all.

    That Bible quote is taken out of context, interpreted.

    Comment by Sisyphus — August 30, 2007 @ 12:22 pm | Reply

  24. Okay, then tell us the proper interpretation, if you’d be so kind.

    Comment by Salmo — August 30, 2007 @ 3:00 pm | Reply

  25. I quoted the whole of that passage, Sisyphus. The context is there.

    Comment by Interpreted — August 30, 2007 @ 7:33 pm | Reply

  26. Nice Anti-Pro-Life rhetoric from the blog altering right wing fascist charlatans. God Hates You.

    Vote for Ron Paul. Support life and peace and white power.

    Comment by spacebrother — August 30, 2007 @ 11:51 pm | Reply

  27. Sisyphus is a chump. Way to alter yet another post of mine.

    You suck.

    Comment by spacebrother — August 31, 2007 @ 11:25 pm | Reply

  28. “For example the hand that raises its middle finger should be the hand that loses its middle finger, if we are to deter and punish acts of obscenity and indecency.”

    People who suggest such things deserve an endless fusillade of middle fingers until their [darn] eyes explode out of their [darn] heads! 24 [darn] hours a day, seven days a [darn] week, 365 [darn] days a year!

    [Ed Note: You should shut your darn mouth, you darn vulgarian!]

    Comment by Chris mankey — January 16, 2008 @ 10:33 pm | Reply


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