Death Penalty Debate - Salt Lake City, UT

Discuss the national Death Penalty debate in Salt Lake City, UT.

Would you support the death penalty for the Arizona shooter?

Salt Lake City undecided
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Emile Zola

San Antonio, TX

#1 Jul 4, 2011
Justice is supposed to be blind, not driven by revenge-The American way-, not by emotions, but impartiality. He, suppoedly, s, was crazy when he, a tea partier in my book, decided to follow his leaders and gave free rein to that racism, mental handicapp.
Vet

Stone Mountain, GA

#2 Jul 4, 2011
Emile Zola wrote:
Justice is supposed to be blind, not driven by revenge-The American way-, not by emotions, but impartiality. He, suppoedly, s, was crazy when he, a tea partier in my book, decided to follow his leaders and gave free rein to that racism, mental handicapp.
Take a hike you racist moron. Are you AKA "the Common Person?"
Emile Zola

San Antonio, TX

#3 Jul 6, 2011
Vet wrote:
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Take a hike you racist moron. Are you AKA "the Common Person?"
Here again, the illegal Mexican trying to pass as white, whose comments he doesn't even understand. Another Joe Arapaio trying to look, sound white. Something tells me that he is not only a Mexican illegal, but I'm not sure he can understand, since always, a la tea partier, he takes a detour. Well, waht can anybody expect from a pea brain? Just slogans.
Vet

Stockbridge, GA

#4 Jul 6, 2011
Emile Zola wrote:
<quoted text>Here again, the illegal Mexican trying to pass as white, whose comments he doesn't even understand. Another Joe Arapaio trying to look, sound white. Something tells me that he is not only a Mexican illegal, but I'm not sure he can understand, since always, a la tea partier, he takes a detour. Well, waht can anybody expect from a pea brain? Just slogans.
Yep, you are The Common Person. Have you gotten your primary education yet? You might want to try for your GED.
John

United States

#5 Jan 16, 2012
It is sad that we want to save murderers and kill innocent babies
conrad

Salt Lake City, UT

#6 Jan 18, 2012
ahaha yeah just do it, one less idiot in the world.

Since: Jun 11

United States

#7 Jan 19, 2012
I don't think the death penalty would be the right move in this case.

Since: Apr 12

Provo, UT

#8 Apr 9, 2012
It is not ever our choice to take another persons life - and people can change in most cases - it's part of what makes us all human.

Since: Jun 11

Salt Lake City, UT

#9 Apr 16, 2012
NewsMon101 wrote:
It is not ever our choice to take another persons life - and people can change in most cases - it's part of what makes us all human.
I simply don't agree with the death penalty because it doesn't work. It was supposed to be a method of preventing murder and other horrible crimes. The problem is that it's not working as a deterrent and the crime continues every day.

I don't believe that people change. They may find a way to control their thoughts or actions, but it doesn't take much to push them over the edge again.

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