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Should Gov. John Kasich issue a moratorium on future lethal injections in Ohio?

Yes 47%
No 52%
2468 total votes


1 papa1 (662 comments) posted 8 months ago

the last one gasped for breath for 24 minutes? too bad. as one ohio official put it, they are not guaranteed a painless death. and they shouldn't be. he raped and killed a late term pregnant woman. imagine how she suffered knowing that not just she was being killed but also her baby. I wish he could have suffered longer. injection too painful? I hear hangings quick. or the guillotine. how bout a firing squad? I have no pity. and there's still one from warren that I hope a little boys mother lives to see him put to death!

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2 Knightcap (699 comments) posted 8 months ago

I think it's great he suffered. What Kasich should do now is give all the hardened criminals a piece of rope with a noose and a small table to stand on. Maybe they will commit suicide early and then they won't have to suffer 20 years later with an injection. Hell, give them a magic marker so they could write "Brooks Was Here" before they jump off the table. Look at all the money the taxpayers could save if criminals commit suicide. We could buy more busses or build more libraries.

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3 Adnil (24 comments) posted 8 months ago

So many people claim to be Christians!!

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4 papa1 (662 comments) posted 8 months ago

Adnil, have you ever heard of "an eye for an eye?"

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5 walter_sobchak (1910 comments) posted 7 months, 4 weeks ago

While the theory of "lex talonis" was valid, for Christians, the WORDS of Jesus Christ are over-riding. "If a man slaps you, offer him the other cheek". The death penalty is no deterrent but it is one hell of of f****ing punishment. M

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6 papa1 (662 comments) posted 7 months, 4 weeks ago

walter, punishment is good.

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7 LtMacGowan (643 comments) posted 7 months, 3 weeks ago

Increasing State sponsored Murder exponentially won't deter future crimes and will only increase the number of innocents who are wrongly executed.

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8 papa1 (662 comments) posted 7 months, 3 weeks ago

I say if a person is arrested for a heinous crime and there is no doubt of guilt, depending on the crime, they should be excuted within 72 hours. when there are eyewitnesses and no doubt of guilt! I'm sick and tired of these monsters languiching on death row for 30 years while receiving better healthcare and food than millions of good americans get. when one of these subhumans gets the death penalty most of us will die before they do. I say, no doubt, 72 hours and save millions of taxpayer dollars. no doubt, no trial.

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