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April 16, 2008

Supreme Court: Hang ’em High

Filed under: Justice/Law,Supreme Court — Tyler Dresden @ 7:02 pm
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Hang 'em HighThe Supreme Court today smacked down the ridiculous arguments by tree huggers and criminal lovers about the death penalty being too mean to murderers and society’s trash.  States reacted swiftly to the news by greenlighting executions put on hold pending the high court’s decision.  Good!

U.S. executions are all but sure to resume soon after a nationwide halt, cleared Wednesday by a splintered Supreme Court that approved the most widely used method of lethal injection.

Virginia immediately lifted its moratorium; Oklahoma and Mississippi said they would seek execution dates for convicted murderers, and other states were ready to follow after nearly seven months without an execution in the United States.

America has some catching up to do: seven months worth of injustice needs to be reversed.

This is a time to celebrate.  God’s law has been upheld.  I say fry ’em or hang ’em, but if all we got is the needle now, stick it to ’em.  An eye for an eye, not a smack on the wrist.  Liberals want to coddle criminals, while conservatives just kill them.

Who would you rather have in charge?

td

24 Comments »

  1. Liberals, they seem to do a better job of carrying out Christ’s message than you neocons.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 16, 2008 @ 8:15 pm | Reply

  2. In what way, EB? They sure don’t seem to have any problem with murdering pre-borns, do they? And coddling criminals is as bad as being a criminal oneself.

    Got any smart answers to that? I didn’t think so.

    Comment by Psycheout — April 16, 2008 @ 8:37 pm | Reply

  3. They sure don’t seem to have any problem with murdering pre-borns, do they? And coddling criminals is as bad as being a criminal oneself.

    Liberals: Allowing a woman to keep her rights to her body, and working to rehabilitate criminals, or otherwise force them to live in misery for the rest of their lives, beaten.

    Neocons: They ain’t white, Christian, or rich? LYNCH ‘EM(according to Psycheout). The problem with executions is that they don’t always work right. You want to give them the most painful death possible? Well, good luck. You see, you need to kill swiftly, and the bloodiest solutions tend to leave the place stinking, the executioner wrecked.

    See, I doubt you’ve ever actually seen someone killed, or killed someone yourself, but it’s not as happy as you’d like to think. It changes you. And when you learn of WHY someone else committed crimes, it may even make you hate yourself.

    Not every criminal is directly responsible. Environment plays a massive role. Charles Manson was constantly abused, and even sold for something like $12 by HIS OWN MOTHER. He never knew his own father. Obviously, his mother failed like whoa. So it’s no surprise that he went into crime, because it was damn near all he knew. And yet you want to kill someone for something they really can’t be blamed for.

    You’re no Christian, nor are any other elitist neocons. You don’t follow the word of Christ, you selectively choose whatever sounds like it justifies your actions.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 16, 2008 @ 10:03 pm | Reply

  4. Liberals: Allowing a woman to keep her rights to her body, [blah blah blah]….

    With every right comes responsibility. Giving it up like a whore to perverts like you may very likely result in a precious life which does not deserve to be murdered. But you’d probably enjoy strangling the life out of the child yourself. You’d probably love crushing the skull and sucking out the brains to use the result in a Frankensteinian stem cell experiment to create clones of FDR and Jimmah Cahtah to further the leftist agenda.

    Are you a pimp or something? Because your worldview sure is messed up.

    If you ever grow up you might become a conservative. Unless your brains were already sucked out in a botched abortion. Even if that were true, I’d still pity you. Come over to the light, Dio Brando. It’s not too late. Jesus loves you, even if you’re an idiot. He might laugh at you, but He’ll still tolerate you.

    Comment by Psycheout — April 16, 2008 @ 11:06 pm | Reply

  5. With every right comes responsibility. Giving it up like a whore to perverts like you may very likely result in a precious life which does not deserve to be murdered.

    So rape doesn’t exist, nor does incest.

    Nice to see how much of an idiot you are. Get back to having sex with your drugged sister.

    Stem cells can be generated from skin, anyways. So embryonic stem cell research is far less important now. But hey, I wouldn’t expect you to know that. You enjoy having sex with your sister.

    …or is it your brother?

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 17, 2008 @ 12:04 am | Reply

  6. Oh, and I wish you luck on trying to attack and piss me off. Even the Scientologists do a better job than you. Which I’m certain you are part of.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 17, 2008 @ 12:10 am | Reply

  7. This is not the first time that moonbats like you have suggested that we are in league with the forces of Satan, ie, the evil “Church” of Scientology. Well we despise that Satanic cult.

    If you think we have not attacked these charlatans and sinners enough, and I admit that we could do more, contact B4B and submit a guest post about the evils of these G-dless heathens. We all hate those sinners.

    E-meter? Give me a break!

    And you must admit, you owe the entire B4B Staff a great big apology.

    Scientology is a cult. Need I make the B4B position any clearer?

    Comment by Psycheout — April 17, 2008 @ 1:08 am | Reply

  8. And you must admit, you owe the entire B4B Staff a great big apology.

    Scientology is a cult. Need I make the B4B position any clearer?

    No, because you have Corker, who shares numerous ideas with the worst of Scientology.

    Also, you link to your 4chan post, and then call them Scientologists. You’re glib. You sir, are the Scientology.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 17, 2008 @ 1:53 am | Reply

  9. And for my response to your abortion claptrap, I let my friend George Carlin take the mic.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 17, 2008 @ 10:36 am | Reply

  10. Dio… you shot your whole argument in the foot when you picked Charlie Manson as an example. The guy was in and out of prison numerous times during the height of the prison rights movement. He was allowed to participate with numerous attempts to get him rehabilitated. He was given an education and taught a trade. And when he begged to stay in prison, knowing that he couldn’t handle freedom, parole was forced on him. Then, using techniques he learned in therapy in prison, he created his cult and the rest is history. Personal opinions aside, I think you picked a poor choice in trying to defend the anti-execution movement (couldn’t think to mention any 23 wrongfully executed in this country from 1900 to 1992?). Me thinks you never participated in a debate before….

    Comment by Diablo — April 17, 2008 @ 1:17 pm | Reply

  11. Note: Manson never received any psychiatric help, though psychiatry had yet to be as refined. Anyone with even a bit of psych knowledge can point out that the way he was raised seriously messed him up.

    Oh, and the therapy he studied in prison? Scientology.

    I picked Manson only because he’s an easy example of what circumstances and events can do to a child when they head into adulthood.

    Executions are incredibly costly, risky, and damaging to the psyche of the executioner– and the methods alone can do even more damage. People who support executions just think we can drop criminals(which apparently means anyone accused of anything) into a pit and forget about them.

    No, you need:

    -A safe, sure method of execution. Shooting doesn’t always work(plus costs of ammunition, gun maintenance, cleaning), axes are greatly subject to human error, the guillotine is considered inhumane by all, lethal injection runs the risk of failure/agony(plus risk of injection/injury to the executioner).

    -A cheap method of execution. The guillotine may be fairly cheap, but the smell of death is horribly hard to get rid of when using it, plus the bloodspray(helloooooo, contamination!).

    -A sane method of execution. Anything that leaves someone howling and crying in agony for hours really takes its toll on all involved.

    -Sanitary method of disposal. Various diseases and nasty infections are bad enough to have floating around, but dead bodies are bacteria orgy grounds. Mass burials are only good for a temporary thing.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 18, 2008 @ 2:45 pm | Reply

  12. I think that executions should be made into community projects. Every single person can help rid the earth of scum, and have fun doing it! God didn’t extend the death penalty (and Christ didn’t come to bring a sword) for nothing.

    Boys: They can throw the stones, since they tend to have excellent accuracy, and will also have the most fun doing it.

    Girls: Girls should join up in cheer squads meant to mock and demean the criminals with very, very hurtful insults. I think that we need to make the hellbound as miserable as possible, and girls can do an excellent job at this.

    Men: The overseers of the execution, and the ones who make sure that things don’t get out of hand, or that the criminals escape.

    Women: Can help cook the food and help design the execution fairs. In addition, they will need to make sure that the children don’t attack each other, and also need to be the ones in charge of prizes.

    Elderly Men: Can give advice to the boys on how to annihilate the criminals better.

    Elderly Women: Also here to give advice to the girls on how to spew out bitter diatribes.

    You see? Everyone loves an execution fair!

    Also, Dio, I demand that you recant your slanderous statement on me being a Scientologist, or else I will sue you.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 19, 2008 @ 2:36 pm | Reply

  13. “Also, Dio, I demand that you recant your slanderous statement on me being a Scientologist, or else I will sue you.”
    That’s a laugh, the slanderer suing for slander.

    “You see? Everyone loves an execution fair!”
    Do you live in a dystopian novel? Sure sounds like it.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 20, 2008 @ 8:07 pm | Reply

  14. God didn’t extend the death penalty (and Christ didn’t come to bring a sword) for nothing.

    God didn’t extend the death penalty, and Jesus never wielded a real sword.

    Also, Dio, I demand that you recant your slanderous statement on me being a Scientologist, or else I will sue you.

    Exactly what a Scientologist would do. But hey, have fun trying to sue me. All I have to do is turn you in to the IRS.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 20, 2008 @ 8:17 pm | Reply

  15. “God didn’t extend the death penalty, and Jesus never wielded a real sword.”
    In before Corker quotes that one passage where Jesus mentions a sword. Seriously, you can’t just ignore everything else Jesus said in favor of one part.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 20, 2008 @ 10:05 pm | Reply

  16. When’s the last time any religious conservative nutbag ever listened to Jesus? I would’ve thought that sacrificing himself was supposed to get the message across, but wicked people will always bend religion to suit their twisted desires, and give justification to them.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 21, 2008 @ 4:02 pm | Reply

  17. “That’s a laugh, the slanderer suing for slander.”

    You’re liberals on a conservative website. What do you expect us to do to you, kiss your asses, pamper you, and give you the recliner?

    “Do you live in a dystopian novel? Sure sounds like it.”

    You’re just a sissy. Those who are afraid of bloodshed are sissies. Bottom line.

    “Exactly what a Scientologist would do. But hey, have fun trying to sue me. All I have to do is turn you in to the IRS.”

    Do you call everyone who supports the free market a Scientologist? And Dio, my friend, guess which one of us has the other’s IP Address. Another question: Who takes threats more seriously, the FBI, or a room of pricks in business suits looking to make a quick buck under the law? Scientology, which has itself threatened to sue me, will likely sue you for connecting such an Anti-Scientologist to them.

    “When’s the last time any religious conservative nutbag ever listened to Jesus?”

    When’s the last time any liberal ‘church’ has actually grown?

    Page 6, top:

    It is well known that most conservative, evangelical, and sectarian religious bodies are growing and mainline denominations have been in decline since the 1960s.

    Conservative churches have more attendance, more involvement in church activities, and won’t stand by and let atheists slap them about because of their Christian faith. Liberal ‘churches’ are, at best, misguided. At worst, they are recruitment centers for the Anti-Christ.

    Comment by bobcorker — April 22, 2008 @ 2:55 pm | Reply

  18. Bob, half the Christians on Earth–a staggering 1 billion people–are Catholic. The Catholic Church is famous for supporting such liberal efforts as feeding the poor, and trying to stop the AIDS epidemic in Africa through education and medical treatment.

    Also, the reason liberal churches aren’t growing, is because too many liberals are tired of being affiliated with “Christians” like you, and seeking other religions.

    Comment by L — April 23, 2008 @ 6:57 am | Reply

  19. Now here’s a thought, lets get all the convicted criminals that have been waiting on death row out to the execution rooms and kill them all BEFORE they can be proven innocent by newly released DNA evidence, if we kill them now their innocence will never have to be known.
    The big problem with capital punishment is the fact that we regularly put innocent people to death because they were railraoded by the legal system.

    Comment by Arn — April 23, 2008 @ 8:42 am | Reply

  20. “Also, Dio, I demand that you recant your slanderous statement on me being a Scientologist, or else I will sue you.”

    Well, I see he didn’t recant and you didn’t sue. But then again, I guess it would be hard for a non-person to sue a real person. Myself, I don’t think you are a scientologist, I think you’re just an idiotic little asshole that rapes children.

    Comment by Arn — April 23, 2008 @ 8:51 am | Reply

  21. “You’re liberals on a conservative website.”

    Correction: This is not a conservative website, it’s an extremist website.
    Rambling endlessly about who needs to be killed and why women and children need to be beaten and raped. You do realise that if just one person were to take you idiots seriously and go commit murder in the name of the Lord and Republicans, then claim in court that your site told him it had to be done, that would be the end of this site. How fast would you stop denying the fact that this is a parody site then?

    Comment by Arn — April 23, 2008 @ 1:44 pm | Reply

  22. And Dio, my friend, guess which one of us has the other’s IP Address.

    Hey moron, guess who uses proxies and knows how to alter their own IP address, even without one? Guess who also has two other devices to browse the net, neither of which can be hacked, one of which cannot ever be traced?

    The best part? Entirely legal and sold in virtually store.

    Do you call everyone who supports the free market a Scientologist?

    Did I say free market? Scientologists have nothing to do with a free market– they don’t like freedom of ANYTHING. You share that with them. You also share a fondness for tax evasion.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 24, 2008 @ 1:10 am | Reply

  23. “You’re just a sissy. Those who are afraid of bloodshed are sissies. Bottom line.”

    As if you would have the balls to stand up to anyone in person and risk shedding a little of your own. You’re the biggest sissy on this site (and possibly the biggest sissy period). Hiding behind a keyboard and shouting kill kill kill does not a man make. It does, however, make you a fool.

    Comment by Arn — April 25, 2008 @ 11:12 am | Reply


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