READER COMMENTS ON
"Florida, California (and even Missouri) Suspend Executions"
(9 Responses so far...)
COMMENT #1 [Permalink]
JUDGE OF JUDGES
said on 12/15/2006 @ 7:06 pm PT...
Karma jeb, Karma by Installment . . . . . jebster remember November 7, 2000 . . .
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
said on 12/15/2006 @ 7:13 pm PT...
GREAT Move Florida and California... Stop state sanctioned killings now...
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
said on 12/15/2006 @ 7:30 pm PT...
Florida screws up again? They continue to shine light on the people in our society that need not do anything of any importance.
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
said on 12/16/2006 @ 2:58 am PT...
Would it be funny if the day of the election, the electronic black box voting machine was plugged in and the switching power supply went POP and Grey smoke filled the room?
Okay then, how about paper fucking ballots.
(yes I am cussing again)
To be honest I don't know that I could contain myself NOT TO KILL if the right circumstances were provided.
Already I see a lot of OATH OF OFFICE oath's broken out there. When do I draw a line? How much of a broken oath is a non mortal offense? Where Do YOU draw the line? hmmm? I wonder . . . . .
COMMENT #5 [Permalink]
said on 12/16/2006 @ 3:03 am PT...
Maybe the power to take away life SHOULD BE REMOVED from our leaders until we can all figure out what the fuck is going on with our elections and our country.
I dunno anymore. My head hurts and I don't have medical.
I do know that when my beloved cat went to the vet, the little needle that (finally found a vein after three tries) went into my cat's vein didn't make the cat squirm.
Blackie Junior - I love you.
Damn these fucking people.
COMMENT #6 [Permalink]
said on 12/16/2006 @ 3:53 pm PT...
Phil # 5
Hang in there buddy....better days are ahead..!
It's hard to lose a pet.....I'm still missing my collie and it's been 8 years.
I agree....damn those fucking people....those that have turned your country into a killing field, and we all know who they are..!!
I cry for the troops out there, doing their best, but lacking the proper equipment.
I cry for the normal every day Iraqis.....what hell they must be living on a day to day basis
I cry also for the vets returned to their home country with massive injuries, only to find out that after serving their country, there is a problem with their disability claims, etc.....
Keep the faith brother.....you ARE deserving of better days ahead..!
COMMENT #7 [Permalink]
said on 12/17/2006 @ 1:56 am PT...
I think it's good to just go ahead and swear these days. Words don't kill, unless it's some crazy-ass Christian televangelist or congresswoman from florida calling for an assassination.
Don't be like Rumsfeld:
Golly, Gee Whiz, I killed a two hundred thousand people last year.
Fuck you Rummy!
COMMENT #8 [Permalink]
said on 12/17/2006 @ 2:34 am PT...
If they're going to execute people, why don't they use carbon monoxide? Or is that TOO painless?
COMMENT #9 [Permalink]
said on 12/19/2006 @ 5:48 am PT...
Having been a volunteer at our maximum security prison for 11 years, fighting the death penalty is low in priority. My concerns are channeled elsewhere:
1) Moratorium on prison construction: studies have shown once filled, always filled. (As in recent years)
2) Promoting reporting of child abuse; two-thirds of prison inmates have experienced it.
3) Opposition to "three strikes you;re out" laws; studies show once filled, always filled, regardless.
3) Always entering the prison shortly ater a major incident
4) Much more. I could go on & on.
5) Avoiding emotional over-involvement
Prison visitors tend to fall into three groups:
a) Those with a morbid curiosity about crimes committed
b) Those who wish to convert
c) Those who lose their bearings in the face of need - even feeling only inmates matter.
Volunteers who care but can keep their head are much needed.