Just because someone does not believe in the death penalty does not make them weak in the knees.
Keep it civil...
Oh brother, here we go again...
The way I see it. An eye for an eye bubba. Why should someone have to pay to feed and house your sorry arse. If it were up to me, I would have took him hunting a long time ago.
Ya I know, talk tough behind a keyboard.
And travman, I totally agree with you. The media are a bunch of quacks that want you to see nothing more then their view. I have some aquaintances that have been to Iraq and they said the same stuff your cousin stated. 80% of the Iraq deal is positive with a lot of support from the Iraqi's. The 20% is all that gets reported on and flaws the whole effort. God Bless all the soldiers.
We completely agree. I just made the statement you quoted in order to keep this thread from spiraling into a mess.
You and I may buy into eye for an eye - yet not everyone does. They're certainly entitled to that opinion and not weak because of it.
It's good to see there is at least one thing in this world that we agree on. Write that one down in the history books.
Also, I never said one word about someone not being entitled to their opinion and never stated anyone was weak because of it. I feel that for a guy to be hung after killing hundreds of thousands of people and usually in a way involving lots of torture that he pretty much got the easy way out. There are a lot more inhumane ways he could have been put to death and every bit of it would have been totally justified.
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