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The Ugliness of Cheering for Capital Punishment

There are 27 comments on the Free Republic story from Sep 11, 2011, titled The Ugliness of Cheering for Capital Punishment. In it, Free Republic reports that:

I said here last night that the California GOP audience cheering the announcement that Texas has executed 234 condemned murderers under Rick Perry was a vile, repulsive thing.

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Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#22 Nov 11, 2011
The war against the RIGHTS of convicted bloodthirsty murderers and sadistic rapists to repay society with their lives is only the latest indication of ongoing anti Christian - anti Mohammedan bigotry.

Ronald

Since: Mar 09

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#23 Nov 11, 2011
Ronald wrote:
The war against the RIGHTS of convicted bloodthirsty murderers and sadistic rapists to repay society with their lives is only the latest indication of ongoing anti Christian - anti Mohammedan bigotry.
Ronald
Your problem, here, is the name, I think. Seriously, "The War Against the Rights of Convicted Bloodthirsty Murderers and Sadistic Rapists to Repay Society With Their Lives" just isn't particularly catchy, especially when compared to all the other Wars-on-Whatevers......
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#24 Nov 11, 2011
Sumie wrote:
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Your problem, here, is the name, I think. Seriously, "The War Against the Rights of Convicted Bloodthirsty Murderers and Sadistic Rapists to Repay Society With Their Lives" just isn't particularly catchy, especially when compared to all the other Wars-on-Whatevers......
Sumie.

Yes. Good point. Coincidentally, I had just addressed the issue of "the greater wars" in a post to the thread "Public smoking bans may spill over to households". I will post it for your benefit:*(as follows)*

During the revolution, the revolutionaries *(now in power)* postulated that following their assuming power peace would break out. According to revolutionary ideological intellectual theoreticians who now occupy expensive taxpayer funded Government controlled academia , America would no longer have the benefit of the foreign wars "safety valve" that was used by pre-revolutionary Government for the purposes of fomenting national unity and relieving societal stress. To counter that projected outcome, once they came to power the revolutionaries said would need to turn Americans, the one against the other and the all against the one.

There is no better example of this turning the one of us against the all, while at the same time turning the all against the one of us than revolutionary Government's unconscionable war against decent peaceful hard working inoffensive tobacco smokers - the so-called "salt of the earth" types.

It is no coincidence that this war began in California cities that are centers of radical revolutionary social activism, such as Berkeley and Long Beach. It is likewise no coincidence that such radical activist cities are home to expensive taxpayer funded Government controlled universities that are controlled by, and which are heir to, failed 60s 70s era economic and social philosophies.

The foregoing just reiterates what everyone who has been paying attention already knows, or at least suspects. Lesser thought, though, is often given to the fact that the ruling revolutionary class have used their war against decent tobacco smokers to set precedence for legal other oppressive societal change in order to implement the many other divisive and oppressive means needed to continue their despotic rule. Decent ordinary hard working worker *("middle")* class women and men who are bearing the brunt of this Brave New World the oppressive revolutionary class have built might well ask how's them thar divisive tactics workin' out?

Source: http://goo.gl/yU55s

Source: http://goo.gl/De3TM *(link provided by Drudge)*

Source: http://goo.gl/TTUjS

Source: http://goo.gl/0GQhJ

Source: http://goo.gl/qFFPi

Ronald

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#25 Nov 11, 2011
Ronald wrote:
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Sumie.
Yes. Good point. Coincidentally, I had just addressed the issue of "the greater wars" in a post to the thread "Public smoking bans may spill over to households". I will post it for your benefit:*(as follows)*
During the revolution, the revolutionaries *(now in power)* postulated that following their assuming power peace would break out. According to revolutionary ideological intellectual theoreticians who now occupy expensive taxpayer funded Government controlled academia , America would no longer have the benefit of the foreign wars "safety valve" that was used by pre-revolutionary Government for the purposes of fomenting national unity and relieving societal stress. To counter that projected outcome, once they came to power the revolutionaries said would need to turn Americans, the one against the other and the all against the one.
There is no better example of this turning the one of us against the all, while at the same time turning the all against the one of us than revolutionary Government's unconscionable war against decent peaceful hard working inoffensive tobacco smokers - the so-called "salt of the earth" types.
It is no coincidence that this war began in California cities that are centers of radical revolutionary social activism, such as Berkeley and Long Beach. It is likewise no coincidence that such radical activist cities are home to expensive taxpayer funded Government controlled universities that are controlled by, and which are heir to, failed 60s 70s era economic and social philosophies.
The foregoing just reiterates what everyone who has been paying attention already knows, or at least suspects. Lesser thought, though, is often given to the fact that the ruling revolutionary class have used their war against decent tobacco smokers to set precedence for legal other oppressive societal change in order to implement the many other divisive and oppressive means needed to continue their despotic rule. Decent ordinary hard working worker *("middle")* class women and men who are bearing the brunt of this Brave New World the oppressive revolutionary class have built might well ask how's them thar divisive tactics workin' out?
Source: http://goo.gl/yU55s
Source: http://goo.gl/De3TM *(link provided by Drudge)*
Source: http://goo.gl/TTUjS
Source: http://goo.gl/0GQhJ
Source: http://goo.gl/qFFPi
Ronald
Yes, clearly it's a civil rights issue: http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-decembe...

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#26 Nov 11, 2011
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text>
Sumie.
Yes. Good point. Coincidentally, I had just addressed the issue of "the greater wars" in a post to the thread "Public smoking bans may spill over to households". I will post it for your benefit:*(as follows)*
During the revolution, the revolutionaries *(now in power)* postulated that following their assuming power peace would break out. According to revolutionary ideological intellectual theoreticians who now occupy expensive taxpayer funded Government controlled academia , America would no longer have the benefit of the foreign wars "safety valve" that was used by pre-revolutionary Government for the purposes of fomenting national unity and relieving societal stress. To counter that projected outcome, once they came to power the revolutionaries said would need to turn Americans, the one against the other and the all against the one.
There is no better example of this turning the one of us against the all, while at the same time turning the all against the one of us than revolutionary Government's unconscionable war against decent peaceful hard working inoffensive tobacco smokers - the so-called "salt of the earth" types.
It is no coincidence that this war began in California cities that are centers of radical revolutionary social activism, such as Berkeley and Long Beach. It is likewise no coincidence that such radical activist cities are home to expensive taxpayer funded Government controlled universities that are controlled by, and which are heir to, failed 60s 70s era economic and social philosophies.
The foregoing just reiterates what everyone who has been paying attention already knows, or at least suspects. Lesser thought, though, is often given to the fact that the ruling revolutionary class have used their war against decent tobacco smokers to set precedence for legal other oppressive societal change in order to implement the many other divisive and oppressive means needed to continue their despotic rule. Decent ordinary hard working worker *("middle")* class women and men who are bearing the brunt of this Brave New World the oppressive revolutionary class have built might well ask how's them thar divisive tactics workin' out?
Source: http://goo.gl/yU55s
Source: http://goo.gl/De3TM *(link provided by Drudge)*
Source: http://goo.gl/TTUjS
Source: http://goo.gl/0GQhJ
Source: http://goo.gl/qFFPi
Ronald
Clearly, it's a civil rights issue:
http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-decembe...
Nautilus1

Plano, TX

#27 Nov 14, 2011
Sumie wrote:
<quoted text>
Your problem, here, is the name, I think. Seriously, "The War Against the Rights of Convicted Bloodthirsty Murderers and Sadistic Rapists to Repay Society With Their Lives" just isn't particularly catchy, especially when compared to all the other Wars-on-Whatevers......
Au contraire Sumie, I think the the title is very catchy and right on target.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#28 Nov 17, 2011
Nautilus1 wrote:
<quoted text> Au contraire Sumie, I think the the title is very catchy and right on target.
Heh -- I would've never thought you in favor of long-windedness, Nauti :)

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