Monday, December 18, 2006

I wanted to comment about the recent execution in Florida and the hue and cry that has been raised about it.
Okay, granted, it was botched and the person or persons responsible for the error need to be re-assigned, but come on folks get real.
So it took the murdering scum thirty minutes and two doses of the lethal injection to die. Are we supposed to feel sorry for the guy? He took a life; coldly, brutally, and without remorse. He made children orphans, a spouse widowed and for what? A few lousy bucks? And we're supposed to get all weepy eyed and outraged because he took thirty minutes to die?
Sorry, I don't. I think we have shown enough humanity for these people by giving them lethal injections instead of making them ride the lightening, as Steven King so eloquently called it in the Green Mile. Old Sparky has been retired, and a kinder, gentler way of doing away with baby raping, child murdering scum has become the accepted norm.
Well, maybe not accepted, because there are still opponents of the death penalty on both sides of the aisle.
But, are we really expected to feed, clothe and house these idiots for the rest of their lives? Do we really have to provide them with cable TV, libraries, three hots and a cot, laundry service, an education, games, entertainment, and a myriad of other diversions, at our expense, while their victims and the victims families struggle daily to survive the heartbreak and the loneliness for the rest of their lives?
Bullbutter!! I have always maintained that the punishment should fit the crime and I still do. If some bastard rapes, tortures and murders a child, he dies, painfully and slowly would be best, but he dies regardless, and not in ten, or twenty years, but as soon as his appeals have been denied. And why should he be given ten twenty appeals. If the supreme court or the court of appeals says no, then he's done. Why try to garner sympathy from another court? Did that murdering bastard offer any sympathy for his victim or the victims family? Nope.
I, for one, am not willing to spend a single dime giving comfort to a murderer, or a drug dealer, who deals poison and death to children, or a kidnapper, who tortures an innocent or murders him because he might be able to identify him a few years down the road.
Terrorists, deserve no sympathy, and no lengthy prison sentence. Execute the bastards before they get the chance to take the lives of hundreds, if not thousands of Innocent people.
We, as a nation have become far too weak and wimpy in our own defense. Political correctness has all but crippled us and made us a nation of weaklings and whiners. We think it better to molly coddle suspected terrorists and make sure their rights are not violated, but give that same terrorist a bomb and see how much he will coddle us.
We have a right to bear arms, We have a right to protect our homes and our families, We have a right to the pursuit of happiness, and we have a right to expect to live in peace, unmolested.
I for one am not willing to let political correctness ever put my family or my way of life in jeopardy.

9 comments:

unwriter said...

Other than the obvious question about bullbutter (How do you do that), I have to agree with you totally. I couldn't have said it better.

Ron

Sandy Lender said...

The way a society treats its criminals says much about that society, thus I applaud the fact that the United States uses its judicial system to protect the rights of all of its citizens. ALL of its citizens includes those of us not committing heinous crimes that leave widows and orphans wondering how they'll carry on without their loved ones. Does that mean botching an execution should be excused? No. Something went wrong, and that should be addressed so that it doesn't get botched with the next fellow. But I'm not going to lose sleep over the fact that this criminal had to wait a few extra minutes for sleep to overcome him. My hope is that it gave him some extra prayer time.

Sandy L.

theauthormike said...

Linda I agree with you 100%. I know that some people that have been charged with crimes and later cleared thru DNA and that if for the trial lawyers to play out in the very first trial and then fry them, let them go or ship their asses to the coldest region in the world to life or die on their own. or maybe just ship them to mexico or cuba. LOL

Dorothy said...

Linda, I absolutely love your blog...after the holidays, I'll be over here more, but I love your emotion! The next one about the mountain climbers is next. Oh, my comment...I agree totally.

Paul said...

Linda, you speak from the heart and you speak for me,too!
In the holy name of recycling, I happen to believe that the re-usable length of rope which was the accepted form of Capital Punishment used here in the UK until 1963 is still the cheapest and preferable option.
A LIFE sentence should mean LIFE - and if the scumbag's life is terminated by other scumbags in adjacent cells within 5 minutes of him being locked up, I don't have a problem with that. either!

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