How does the "Death Penalty" appeal to your emotions?
December 25, 2006 7:10am CST
Does the death penalty strike the very core of your moral and ethical views on this subject versus religion? Do you believe that death provides the solution? Would you rather have them implement life imprisonment rather than death penalty? Is there such a thing as a humane type of death penalty?
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• United States
28 Dec 06
I'm sorry, I know one of the commandments is thou shall not kill, but I also believe in an eye for an eye. I mean here in the US there is so much overcrowding in the prisons and it is our tax money that is paying for these murders to live scott free for the rest of there lives. yes they doo not get to go beyond those prison walls but some of those prisons are better living then some people not in prison.
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8 Jan 07
I would say the deth panalty the the actual guilt of the case of murdar or any other serious crime or some treat to the society and human kind is most feasible with me... I am tottaly with the penalty and it is justified... I do not have any emotions for those. people commimting the crime.
26 Dec 06
To keep good human beings happy, bad intentions of persons committing offences should be curbed. Unless a person fears, he will not control his emotions in committing offence. Hence I advocate for capital punishment. Just imagine killing the other for money, raping minors, killings elders for family partitions, and so many. All these can be brought under control only out of severe punishment by which others will get fear.
• United States
25 Dec 06
No it does not strike my core of anything. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. A person takes another human life for gain, monetary or other wise, deserves to have their life taken from them not have roof over their head, 3 meals a day, medical treatment at the tax payer expense. Some poor people striving to make ands meet don't have it as good as inmates.