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Clock ticking in Californiaa s new death chamber

There are 27 comments on the Bend Bulletin story from Sep 27, 2010, titled Clock ticking in Californiaa s new death chamber. In it, Bend Bulletin reports that:

Pistachio vinyl covers the gurney in the state's new lethal injection chamber, the only splash of color in a sterile white room where corrections officials intend to put to death rapist-murderer Albert Greenwood Brown next week.

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well I do declare

Waterloo, IA

#21 Oct 1, 2010
LeftisRight wrote:
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You couldn't pull the trigger on a squirrel. Just another 'tough on crime' tough guy who thinks that he'll make criminals run away if he makes a little noise.
I prefer doing things legally and jailing thugs like this for life. Don't like it? Deal with it.
Would YOU fund his incarceration for the rest of his life YOURSELF?
I will gladly pay for his hot-shot.
Boardwatch

UK

#22 Oct 1, 2010
LeftisRight wrote:
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You couldn't pull the trigger on a squirrel. Just another 'tough on crime' tough guy who thinks that he'll make criminals run away if he makes a little noise.
I prefer doing things legally and jailing thugs like this for life. Don't like it? Deal with it.
Well, I take it you were not in the Military then having to defend something larger than yourself...

Go ahead then become the savior of the wicked and murderous. I hope you get to meet one of the family members and explain to them how much more valuable the life of the criminal is over their own loss.
john

Hesperia, CA

#23 Oct 1, 2010
LeftisRight wrote:
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You couldn't pull the trigger on a squirrel. Just another 'tough on crime' tough guy who thinks that he'll make criminals run away if he makes a little noise.
I prefer doing things legally and jailing thugs like this for life. Don't like it? Deal with it.
well, if they couldn't i would. ONE SHOT ONE KILL
newzy

Los Angeles, CA

#24 Oct 2, 2010
LeftisRight wrote:
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You couldn't pull the trigger on a squirrel. Just another 'tough on crime' tough guy who thinks that he'll make criminals run away if he makes a little noise.
I prefer doing things legally and jailing thugs like this for life. Don't like it? Deal with it.
We dont like it ,and we did deal with it by a large majority by voting for the death penalty. Even if the crime was caught on film and witnessed by a 100 people you would be against it, so dont use the old tired excuse about race and guilt. Try a new tact in your argument against the death penalty, you might get traction. Otherwise you sound like just another slogan spouting liberal.
LeftisRight

Columbus, OH

#25 Oct 4, 2010
well I do declare wrote:
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Would YOU fund his incarceration for the rest of his life YOURSELF?
I will gladly pay for his hot-shot.
Of course not, that's what tax dollars are for. If it happened in my state, of course, I'd pay a small share of the cost.

Get someone to explain to you how government works someday...
LeftisRight

Columbus, OH

#26 Oct 4, 2010
Boardwatch wrote:
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Well, I take it you were not in the Military then having to defend something larger than yourself...
Go ahead then become the savior of the wicked and murderous. I hope you get to meet one of the family members and explain to them how much more valuable the life of the criminal is over their own loss.
I'm proud to say I'm not and never have been in the military, especially if that's what makes people demand capital punishment and solving the crime problem with more killing.

And of course I've NEVER been the "savior of the wicked and murderous," nor have I ever believed that "the life of the criminal is more valuable than the life of the victim." Those are just stupid lies you made up about me.
LeftisRight

Columbus, OH

#27 Oct 4, 2010
newzy wrote:
<quoted text>We dont like it ,and we did deal with it by a large majority by voting for the death penalty. Even if the crime was caught on film and witnessed by a 100 people you would be against it, so dont use the old tired excuse about race and guilt. Try a new tact in your argument against the death penalty, you might get traction. Otherwise you sound like just another slogan spouting liberal.
Who got to "vote for the death penalty" and when? The courts decided the issue for us, as I remember. In any case, no matter WHO decided it, that doesn't make it RIGHT.

Your only argument FOR capital punishment is that you get off on seeing people executed and playing God. Too bad you look so feeble in the role...

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