It should be supported in both principle and practice.
Yes in principle, but not in practice due to the ambiguity of social bias.
It should be opposed both in principle and practice.
If we had a swift death penalty our country probably would not hit the recession we are in or the depression we will probably see.
All the money misdirected ito support an anti-life, human monster, could be in circulation still driving our economy.
If one in a million was actually inocent then the best approach to this is to consider it collateral damage in the war on murder.
The death penalty should be in place for it to basically be a "given" that if you commit first degree murder you are also committing suicide.
Then let's see what happens to the crime rates...
Last edited by creativedreams; 12-25-08 at 03:15 PM.