A ten-year moratorium on U.S. executions ended on January 17, 1977, with the execution of Gary Gilmore by firing squad in Utah. If you believe executions should be banned permanently, please copy the list below and rate each of the reasons as "1" (irrelevant) through "10" (highly relevant): Executions should be banned because they: a) kill the innocent b) target minorities c) are expensive d) are inhumane e) target the poor f) don't deter murders g) are ungodly h) grant too much power to government (i) make murderers of us all (j) don't really help murder victims' survivors (k) other reasons
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"Who are we to decide who lives or dies?" Don't we make this choice with abortions? Just sayin'.
Did I say I was pro-abortion? Cause I am not. But thank you for assuming.
I wasn't actually making any claim to you, personally. Just that if one is going to make a distinction for one practice - which metes out justice to someone who has committed an abominable act - then it should extend to unborn babies who have not.