Ted Rall for July 05, 2015

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    Darsan54 Premium Member over 7 years ago

    I like these.

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    Beppo10983  over 7 years ago

    “Induce suicide by trapping them on a cross-country bus trip with Ted Rall?”“You monster!”

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    mattro65  over 7 years ago

    How about having them listen to Republican presidential candidates debate? Better yet, abolish capital punishment. It’s uncivilized and ineffective as a deterrent.

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    Cerabooge  over 7 years ago

    Beppo: the monsters are the 5 SC justices who OK torturing people to death.

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    Packratjohn Premium Member over 7 years ago

    I have nearly been trampled by cats, not a horrible way to go, but given my druthers, I’ll go with the breast thingy…..

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    wcorvi  over 7 years ago

    The anti-death-penalty crowd got the painless drugs stopped, so they could protest the pain.

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    mattro65  over 7 years ago

    @wcorviCan you back that up with a credible reference?

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Yes, I’m am certain that every one of these scum insured that their victims died painlessly!!!!

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    mattro65  over 7 years ago

    What’s your point? That we should, as a society, lower ourselves to their level? The death penalty is nothing but institutionalized vengeance. Does it make you feel good to see a bad person tortured? I hope not, because that’s sick.

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    kaffekup   over 7 years ago

    Yeah, many death penalty advocates seem to relish the convict being tortured to death. Aren’t we just too self-righteous?

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    WestNYC Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Far fewer people would support the death penalty if so many ‘progressive’ judges would stop releasing convicted murderers out of jail due to prison overcrowding or on a ‘technicality’. Life in prison without parole is a farce in many states.

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    PainterArt Premium Member over 7 years ago

    “because they failed to present a better method of killing them.”How about old age? Cheaper, humane, and any mistakenly convicted innocent people are not executed.

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    mattro65  over 7 years ago

    Do you have a problem with reading comprehension? Not by the wildest stretch of imagination did he suggest anything remotely close to that.

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    PainterArt Premium Member over 7 years ago

    No life in prison without parole is life in prison without parole. I was responding to your “convicted murderers out of jail due to prison overcrowding or on a ‘technicality’”. We would not have to release convicted murders if we did not overcrowd our prisons with the mentally ill and people suffering addictions. Granted they are in prison because of some crime they commit, but if we were proactive and treated them for mental illness and drug addiction before they committed the crime it would cost society a lot less in crime and money in treating them. We now let them wander around homeless until committing petty crimes or something greater like armed robbery to feed their addiction.The private prison industry is a business for profit, they want to keep their jails filled. It goes against what society needs which is jail the harden criminals, murderers, etc. and solve social problems like mental illness and drug addiction in other facilities.

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    mattro65  over 7 years ago

    @Illegal SeagullThanks for proving that you live in some kind of fantasy world.

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    mggreen  over 7 years ago

    Let’s see; people who kill other people in any number of horrific ways, should be given a painless death? PEOPLE! Think about it! ??

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    kurt.zwicky  over 7 years ago

    If it has to be done, Guillotine. A step ahead of everything else.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Tell that to a 8 year old that sees a robber shoot his kneeling parents. It happened. I imagine you would tell the 8 year old he’s a petulant child!!!

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    mattro65  over 7 years ago

    So. making the 8 year old’s parents killer die a painful death is going to do what for the child? Make him all better vicariously through you?

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    rallsolo  over 7 years ago

    Another example of liberal dishonesty. Midazolam, the drug in question in front of the Supreme Court, does not cause any pain at all. It is a sedative and is used as an anesthetic.

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    Dtroutma  over 7 years ago

    Hang ’em or shoot ’em, just like in 1791, or lock ’em in the room for two hours with Ted Cruz, or 30 minutes with Trump, give ’em the choice.

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    mattro65  over 7 years ago

    @rallsoloThanks for providing a classic example of wing nut cherry picking.

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