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Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Stupid Juries

Life in prison for Moussaoui
Jury reaches verdict for al-Qaida conspirator on 7th day of deliberations



The man admits it, then gets life for it instead a quick painful death.

Stupid asses.

13 Comments:

Blogger RightAngle said...

At least he'll be in a hole in the ground...with no idea which way to kneel to Mecca.

03 May, 2006 15:57  
Blogger LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder said...

I say we add a painted portrait of George Bush to his ceiling and pipe in Shrillary Clinton screaming every 5 minutes. Really make his stay pleasant...you know?

04 May, 2006 07:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're a christian, if I'm not mistaken, and you want someone to die? Sounds unchristian to me. Would Jesus support the death penalty?

06 May, 2006 21:24  
Blogger LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder said...

"You're a christian, if I'm not mistaken, and you want someone to die? Sounds unchristian to me. Would Jesus support the death penalty?"

Yes I am, Yes I do, no its not, yes he does.

Hope that answers your questions

08 May, 2006 07:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alright then, show me where in the New Testament, it condones the taking of human life. Are you so without sin that you would cast the first stone?

Also, I think this a dangerous precident, executing people for things they didn't do.

08 May, 2006 11:09  
Blogger LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder said...

"Alright then, show me where in the New Testament, it condones the taking of human life."

Geez, give me a challenge will ya? Everything I have to say on this subject is explained here: http://www.learnthebible.org/death_penalty.htm

"Are you so without sin that you would cast the first stone?"

No, and I wouldnt, and you miss the point of the story that was told...read what the webpage above has to say about it.

"Also, I think this a dangerous precident, executing people for things they didn't do."

Who says he didnt do it? Yeah yeah, I know, he is now recanting his guilty plea...too late. He plead guilty and is now trying to work the system such as the case with these guys....he knew what he was doing when he plead guilty, he had the WHOLE trial to speak up and change his plea and now he will rot ... I want him dead .. but he will rot.

09 May, 2006 09:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It dismisses the story of the adultress with pure speculation of what he MIGHT have been writing. Not a strong case.

Paul said that the since he followed the law, the government has a right to kill him, that doesn't mean he supported the death penatly, merely the rule of law.

True, there was death penalty under the mosaic law, but notice that christians no longer follow it, so that's a moot point. I shaved this morning, I had shellfish a few weeks ago. Notice that no one's stoning me. Notice cursing your parents is no longer punishable by death.

Your website takes quite a leap of faith and assumptions. It is not conclusive at all. But what's wrong? You don't know your own holy book well enough to argue without a damn website? Maybe you should actually read it.

Gotta go, i have a class coming up. more later.

09 May, 2006 12:24  
Anonymous wayne said...

You know that shoe bomber? They found a bomb in his shoe on the plane? Innocent. Yep, that's what he said!

09 May, 2006 15:31  
Blogger LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder said...

"It dismisses the story of the adultress with pure speculation of what he MIGHT have been writing. Not a strong case."

But NONETHELESS he never derided them for wanting to stone her. Conclusive in my book

"Paul said that the since he followed the law, the government has a right to kill him, that doesn't mean he supported the death penatly, merely the rule of law."

Again..he never derided or said the death penalty was wrong.

"True, there was death penalty under the mosaic law, but notice that christians no longer follow it, so that's a moot point. I shaved this morning, I had shellfish a few weeks ago. Notice that no one's stoning me. Notice cursing your parents is no longer punishable by death."

Times have changed and rules have been adapted to fit the societal expectations of its citizens. The basic premise has NEVER changed though, and that is the government has a rule of law, and you are expected to follow it or face the consequences of not doing so.

"Your website takes quite a leap of faith and assumptions."

Its a faith based website, but I see no assumptions.

"But what's wrong? You don't know your own holy book well enough to argue without a damn website?"

I do know the book well enough, it was easier to point you to a previously written opinion of my views then copy/paste or even retype it.

"Maybe you should actually read it."

I have, and I have taught it to youth when I was a youth minister. I also have led Sunday school classes.

10 May, 2006 09:31  
Blogger C.I.R. Deputy said...

Give me a break. This whole "you're a Christian you shouldn't feel execution is ok" crap is so old.

One simple reason that we can believe that it is ok, is the simple fact that we are all sinners. Yup, even the Pope. So just because you go to church every Sunday, read the bible, are anti-abortion, and anti-death penalty... In some form or another you are a sinner.

I am a Catholic, I happen to be anti-abortion. For reasons outside of my faith. I also would have no problem in using nuclear weapons on Iran (not saying I would, but should time come) killing millions to save millions. Is that a sin?

Probably, and I shall head to confession. And If it is so bad, then I will be taking that up with my maker at the end of days for me.

10 May, 2006 14:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can agree with the not making him a martyr arguement the prosecutor had. I hope they put him in with the sex offenders. I also think they should have him take rides on the bomb retrieval robot.

WMD Maker

11 May, 2006 15:40  
Blogger C.I.R. Deputy said...

He will be all by himself. There is SOME honor among thieves. I think if you put him in with the general population, and they knew he was a terrorist involved with 9/11, they would kill him.

They may steal, but I think many in jail still love the US with the bit of heart they have left. I would like to see a poll of jailed criminals of how they feel about 9/11.

13 May, 2006 08:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"WHOSOEVER SHEDDETH MAN'S BLOOD, BY MAN SHALL HIS BLOOD BY SHED: for in the image of God made he him" (Gen. 9:5-6)

The Death Penalty is Biblical, and it goes for murderers, terrorists, gays and people working on a Sunday.

17 May, 2006 13:35  

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