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What's Good for the Noose is Good for the Pander

RNB Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 12:20 AM
It's too easy to bring charges of rape.
Glen105 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 4:21 AM
Thank you for proving my point. Your post reeks of smugness and self-rightousness. It makes no difference if "you" believe a person should die for this offense. Only what God's word says should be of any importance.
Think Freely Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 4:12 AM
Ah, yes, we are twits because we believe that a person who violates a woman this way so that she never again feels safe or like a woman, deserves to die. Please line me up for twitdome. Self-righteous? Hardly. If it were not for Christ, I may have gone down that road. I was leaning in that direction. Thank God for the deep change in my respect for others!
Think Freely Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 4:09 AM
Glen,
It is very right to reserve the death penalty for those cases with strong physical evidence and use imprisonment for those with a lower level of evidence.
The_Nerd_Warrior Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 3:23 AM
There are and always will be false convictions. It is tragic, but unavoidable.

If you can't stand the thought of subjecting yourself to a legal system strong enough to actually punish criminals, perhaps you're better off starting your own country.
Anonymous10152 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 1:23 AM
Lone Fedora didn't say execution for CHARGES of rape. Read more carefully please.

Recently, Ann Coulter wrote a controversial column suggesting that numerous Republican losses in the 2012 election cycle could be tied to the GOP stance on abortion. After lamenting the problem, she suggested a solution: the GOP should officially abandon its opposition to the so-called rape exception to a ban on abortion.

Ann's position on this matter is wrong for three reasons. First, it is unprincipled. Second, it will not be received with the popular support she envisions. Third, it is not the best political response to the problem. After elaborating on each problem associated with Ann's position, I propose an...