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Old 12-18-2006, 12:37 PM   #136
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Old 12-18-2006, 12:39 PM   #137
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I did not answer emoitonally.

Absolute punishment is execution, why because they commited the worst crime imaginable MURDER! And for that they must face that absolute punishment.

We were given (by god if your a believe) a right to judge people as we see fit. even if we did not execute do you think murder would go down?? no. Wiil prisons continue to fill up leading to more prisons yes.
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I did not answer emoitonally.
That's all it was.

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Absolute punishment is execution, why because they commited the worst crime imaginable MURDER! And for that they must face that absolute punishment.

You are STILL avoiding the question, and I think we know why you can't answer it.

100% Justin!!! Why can't you answer that?
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Old 12-18-2006, 12:44 PM   #139
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Old 12-18-2006, 12:50 PM   #140
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You are STILL avoiding the question, and I think we know why you can't answer it.

100% Justin!!! Why can't you answer that?
When Tookie Williams was executed. I felt no remorse. I am glad the SOB is dead, when I hear that there is another execution happening and I hear about his/her crime they commited. I am happy they are getting the right punishement.

You obviously feel for these criminals who are going to be executed, which is strange to me.

Your answer for absolute punishment is GOD's judgement I am guessing. God has no problem killing, so whats the difference? People say we play god by executing, when in reallity we are only getting rid of the bad in this world.
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Tookie Williams demonstrated remorse, more than that he was making a positive contribution to society. Now he'd made a huge, huge negative impact before that, but he should have been allowed to continue making a positive contribution to try to repay his debt to society. Dead, his debt still stands.
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He just did what he did for show. He still ran the game behind the scenes.
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There is no proof either way.
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But the question was that there is never really 100 per cent safety that no innocent people will get executed.

Even with having DNA!
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Wiil prisons continue to fill up leading to more prisons yes.
I don't have numbers, but I'm willing to bet that the number of people on death row is so marginal and insignificant compared to the total population of prisons it's not even worth pointing this out.

You want to execute them to make room for more inmates?
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^ Agree with Liesje. The reasons prisons continue to fill up, leading to more prisons, are deeply ingrained in society: poverty, lack of social mobility and good education systems, and poor rehabilitation.

Do you really believe that such a great number of people are inherently bad/evil?
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That still doesn't prove anything 100%.
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Justin and BrownEyedBoy, what led you to these conclusions you've made? I've never read anything which aligns with the things you've said.
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When Tookie Williams was executed. I felt no remorse. I am glad the SOB is dead, when I hear that there is another execution happening and I hear about his/her crime they commited. I am happy they are getting the right punishement.

You obviously feel for these criminals who are going to be executed, which is strange to me.

Your answer for absolute punishment is GOD's judgement I am guessing. God has no problem killing, so whats the difference? People say we play god by executing, when in reallity we are only getting rid of the bad in this world.
Why can't you answer the question???!!!! WHY???

If you don't want to feel remorese for someone, then fine, I'm not asking you to.

I'm feeling for those that are on death row who are innocent. As long as that can still happen there should be no death row.

Why can't you answer that? No more emotional responses!!!
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