Saturday, December 30, 2006

Execution Solves Nothing

If a government is unable to negotiate punishment for crimes committed within its borders, then that government is unfit to govern.

If a military must administer terror upon a people to bring order within its borders, then that military cannot stop terrorism.

If a nation is unable to properly use, regulate and control the flow of its resources (medicine, energy, water, etc.), that nation is undeserving of access to resources.

If people are unable to bring criminals to justice without stooping to criminal barbarism, those people are unfit to administer justice.

Execution is immoral, and is not a proper punishment for any crime.

Execution solves nothing.

The use of the death penalty by the United States within its borders and across foreign borders makes the United States morally unfit for administering justice anywhere.

My nation is bankrput.

My nation has become a rogue state wrapped in a flag and an image of Christ.

They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty or security.

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