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    Re: Protesters condemn US grandmother's execution

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Retarded,borderline or almost retarded has nothing to do with the fact she had her stepson and husband murdered.Its just another excuse or loop hole that scumbag sympathizers use to try to help scumbags weasel out of getting their punishment while ****ting on the victims of these scum.
    you can make a utilitarian argument that it is better to execute morons as opposed to really smart people

    nonetheless the dead victims probably didn't care if they were murdered by an idiot or a chess grandmaster or the president of Mensa



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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

    I'm not trying to create excuses, retarded or not I wouldn't support the execution. The lady should have just rotted behind bars. The only deterrent to crime I could see is strict gun control but of course we shall have none of that.
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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

    Did anyone ever stop to think why, maybe, she would have done it?
    Do you think that she just *up* one day and wanted them dead? Or perhaps there was a large number of other issues to consider - that, perhaps - people aren't willing to consider?

    I have a feeling that, if she actually did this, that she acted in reaction - and, sadly, was unable to explain herself fully.

    More mentally retarded, ill and disabled people are abused and neglected than innocent people wrongfully murdered - and most of the time the perpetrators do it purely because they feel they can get away with it. Most of the time they do.

    So while everyone feels that her death is justice of some nature.
    I'm siding with my deep, statistically based belief that her action - if any - was justice and likely they deserved it first.

    (is this post clear at all?) I'm suggesting that they were likely abusive, neglectful, and treated her poorly - and she was unable to voice her problems . . .
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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

    Quote Originally Posted by BCR View Post
    Her IQ was so low she almost legally qualified for retardation.
    Good thing that state laws and the courts were there to make sure she was fit to stand trial.

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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

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    Shouldn't you Christian conservatives be against anyways on the grounds of religion,
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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

    Quote Originally Posted by BCR View Post
    The only deterrent to crime I could see is strict gun control but of course we shall have none of that.
    Mostly because gun control isnt a deterrent to anythng...

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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Mostly because gun control isnt a deterrent to anythng...
    why is America's crime rate so high then? I mean other countries with strict gun control have a much lower crime rate..Sure it doesn't technically deter crime but it would certainly lower the murder and crime rate.
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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

    Quote Originally Posted by BCR View Post
    why is America's crime rate so high then? I mean other countries with strict gun control have a much lower crime rate..Sure it doesn't technically deter crime but it would certainly lower the murder and crime rate.
    Other countries don't have a lower over all crime rate, they just have a lower rate of crimes committed by guns... which should be obvious if one's country doesn't have a big culture of gun ownership. Removing guns does not remove crime.

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    Re: First Woman Executed in the U.S. in Five Years

    Quote Originally Posted by BCR View Post
    why is America's crime rate so high then? I mean other countries with strict gun control have a much lower crime rate..Sure it doesn't technically deter crime but it would certainly lower the murder and crime rate.
    Sigh.
    The number of guns in the US goes up every year, by millions.
    The crime rates in the US have been steady for the last 10 years, after 10 years of significant decline.
    If more guns = more crime, with the number of guns going up, crime should as well; that this is not the case dispoves the notion that more guns = more crime.

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    Re: Protesters condemn US grandmother's execution

    Don't see why it matters if she had an IQ of 50 or 150, or that she was a woman. State executions are old world thinking and they make every taxpayer an accessory, including those who don't support the death penalty. The government should not have the power to snuff out the lives of its people, no matter how beyond reproach they may be. It always seems to be the predominantly Christian states that cannot look beyond the eye for an eye mentality, and totally ignore the love and virtues of Jesus.

    Total hypocrisy.

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