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Old 12-27-2012, 01:20 PM   #1
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I don't remember hearing about this....http://www.freep.com/article/20121220/NEWS05/121220069/96-corridor-shooting-suspect-charged-with-terrorism


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Old 12-27-2012, 01:23 PM   #2
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It suits me fine for the guy to be blowing bubbles on the Gitmo water boards.


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With the powers the government has claimed they 'possess' to keep us sheeple safe... I'd be VERY careful, throwing the terrorism word around.
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With the powers the government has claimed they 'possess' to keep us sheeple safe... I'd be VERY careful, throwing the terrorism word around.
I would be quite happy if the town fathers could handle such a criminal the way they may have done a hundred years ago, and just strung the bastard up, for shooting at random people. Now, we are expected to feed, clothe, house, and take care of his medical and mental health for the rest of his life.

The purpose of terrorism is to terrorize. That is what he was doing. I don't really care what his political, philosophical or religious reasons are, he is a terrorist, treat him like one. The water board is the new scaffold.
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Interesting.

Since terrorism is the new rage, maybe we can get all those Eco nuts, PETA, and Occupy Wall Street indefinitely detained, without trial.
They've done their share of terrorizing.
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Paradoxically, I have NO problem with a public lynching, once found guilty and exhausted appeals.

I think a big problem with today's youth is their sheltered states.

I wonder what would happen to crime rates if children were taken to watch a crying, blubbering man be hanged to death, then told 'This is what happens to bad people.'
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They'd plummet.
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I think a big problem with today's youth is their sheltered states.

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They'd plummet.
I have to agree with Tex. on this. If every state had a death penalty that was used, in a public manner, crime rates would plummet. I also think that if the number of appeals were limited, and if there was a law on the books that bumped the BG to the head of the line if more than 4 credible witnesses can testify it was him, crime rates would be almost non-existent. Not only do we need a death penalty for every state, we need an express lane!


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