Death Penalty Debate - Poplar Bluff, MO

Discuss the national Death Penalty debate in Poplar Bluff, MO.

Would you support the death penalty for the Arizona shooter?

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Nonsupporter

United States

#1 Jan 26, 2011
It's to easy!!

“searching for the truth”

Since: Aug 10

poplar bluff

#2 Jan 26, 2011
anyone who would do that deserves old fashioned justice
sgvgirl

Menifee, CA

#3 Jan 26, 2011
This Republican girl says yes, yes, yes!!!
In the minority

United States

#4 Jan 27, 2011
Don't believe in intentionally taking anyone's life. Don't think he should ever be freed, though. Think life behind bars would be punishment enough, however, I think people in prison get way too many privileges.
Guest

Saint Louis, MO

#5 Jan 27, 2011
Well he shot them and no one else was involve,so without a shoudow of doubt.
Guest

Chicago, IL

#6 Jan 27, 2011
Public hangings would be a good thing
Phantom WSO RVN

Wichita Falls, TX

#7 Jan 27, 2011
Guest wrote:
Public hangings would be a good thing
I agree. Don't drop them, string them from the ground up. Also that clown at Ft. Hood. They both have breathed our air much too long already.
alice Crawley

Ballwin, MO

#8 Jan 29, 2011
what scares me more than this monster that committed those evil acts , is the either evil or stupid people that would allow such an evil creature to remain alive on this earth .
Greg

Watseka, IL

#9 Jan 29, 2011
IM for the death penalty. For people thats 100% guilty, like child molestation and child rape also get death penalty. sentence should be carried out in 30 days, not 10 years.
Greg

Watseka, IL

#10 Jan 29, 2011
I have always been for the death penalty, for someone thats 100% guilty for bad crimes against children.
Mo Born

Morenci, AZ

#11 Jan 31, 2011
IF they find him sane, yes...insane, institutionalize and to never get out...
Guest

Wappapello, MO

#12 Jan 31, 2011
Too many get away with the Insane plea. it can be faked As for death penalty Im unsure, but for murder I dont think under no condition they should ever be free. a plea of insanity cannot be taken as a lockup for the rest of their miserable lives, they can walk out if deemed incompitent to ever stand trial. Atleast thats what I have been told, I go back now to a early morning when a wonderful young man, just 18, home from college for the weekend was violently murdered as he was sleeping across the hall from where his mother was sleeping, by his at the time step brother For no reason but jealousy he took this young mans life cause he wanted his Dad to himself they say hes incompinent and soon time will be up, he's a great actor and so is his dad, thinking on this I say now Hell Yes with the death penalty, this one does deserve it!!!!
Greg

United States

#13 Feb 2, 2011
sane,insane it dont matter! If you do something really bad and you 100% guilty, put em down.
Man of God

Poplar Bluff, MO

#14 Feb 3, 2011
Thou shalt not kill. By agreeing to this I would be condoning murder and that will not happen. I will however pray for him and his salvation and the same for everyone involved. This is all consequences from the people who claim to be believers either not standing up and making their voices heard when it mattered most or being content with themselves that sitting on your hands and praying is enough. Direct results of our fathers and grandfathers complacency and if we don't change the direction it is heading now it will get alot worse real quick.
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#15 Feb 3, 2011
In the minority wrote:
Don't believe in intentionally taking anyone's life. Don't think he should ever be freed, though. Think life behind bars would be punishment enough, however, I think people in prison get way too many privileges.
Keeping felons alive for 40 to 60 years is not justice, it is an injustice to the taxpaying public. Why should I have to fund this guys meals and life-long expenses? What good does he do for society if he cannot be rehabbed? These guys have way too much free time on their hands when they get to suing and living the "good life" behind bars. Bring back hard labor and the rock pile!!!! I'm for short sentences with hard labor and more death penalty convictions with less time between trial and execution.
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Feb 3, 2011
Man of God wrote:
Thou shalt not kill. By agreeing to this I would be condoning murder and that will not happen. I will however pray for him and his salvation and the same for everyone involved. This is all consequences from the people who claim to be believers either not standing up and making their voices heard when it mattered most or being content with themselves that sitting on your hands and praying is enough. Direct results of our fathers and grandfathers complacency and if we don't change the direction it is heading now it will get alot worse real quick.
A note of reference: http://www.learnthebible.org/would-jesus-oppo...
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#17 Feb 3, 2011
Man of God wrote:
Thou shalt not kill. By agreeing to this I would be condoning murder and that will not happen. I will however pray for him and his salvation and the same for everyone involved. This is all consequences from the people who claim to be believers either not standing up and making their voices heard when it mattered most or being content with themselves that sitting on your hands and praying is enough. Direct results of our fathers and grandfathers complacency and if we don't change the direction it is heading now it will get alot worse real quick.
Thou shall not kill. Means don't take the act of justice upon yourself alone. If taken through a God approved, God appointed system of justice, it is within God's will for God's purpose alone. By agreeing with the death penalty you would not be condoning murder but agreeing with the justice and the provisions God had set forth in civil government to carry out His justice. God's justice is God's justice alone.
Vet

Atlanta, GA

#18 Feb 3, 2011
Man of God wrote:
Thou shalt not kill. By agreeing to this I would be condoning murder and that will not happen. I will however pray for him and his salvation and the same for everyone involved. This is all consequences from the people who claim to be believers either not standing up and making their voices heard when it mattered most or being content with themselves that sitting on your hands and praying is enough. Direct results of our fathers and grandfathers complacency and if we don't change the direction it is heading now it will get alot worse real quick.
This is a crock of BS. It is a consequence of a cold blooded killer premeditating cold blooded murder. He alone bears the responsibility . Our fathers and grandfathers had squat to do with this animal. Hang him and SOON.
guest

Saint Louis, MO

#19 Feb 3, 2011
Guest

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Feb 3, 2011
guest wrote:
How about an eye for an eye???????If you want to quote the Bible????

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