Tuesday, January 17, 2006


Click Click BOOM!

I am a bit flabbergasted this morning, over something AI heard on the news. It seems that there were protesters at the execution in California last night. I know that isn’t shocking, there are many pro-prison overpopulationists out there and they will protest everything and anything that involves the removal of animals from our way of life. I don’t understand them I don’t try and understand them, I just know that when the state has all of the evidence and a guilty verdict, and this “person” is sentenced to die, then they should.

If my Rottwieler got out and killed some babies, or mauled an old woman or two, they wouldn’t lock her up and let her live out the rest of her days laying around a nice clean kennel and eating kibble all day…hell no they gas her. End of story.

But for some reason when a human animal goes on a killing spree well, now that is a horse of a different color now isn’t it. They have YEARS and YEARS to try and appeal or play off of the good nature of the liberals who think that this “person” is or will be a productive member of society. They have laws protecting the criminals more then they protect the victim. When I get to be in charge of this shit, murderers and rapists beware. If you are convicted of either of these crimes regardless of age or mental capacity you will have 2 weeks and 1 day before you are executed. One week to make your peace with whatever god you want, and one week to make peace with your family and the victim’s family and the last day….well it will be your last day.


Clean up firing range 4.

*picks up soapbox*

Back to the original train of thought, the protesters were at the prison last night because they thought that the death sentence was cruel and unusual punishment. Clarence Ray Allen was 76 years old was legally blind, nearly deaf and in a wheelchair. His shyster lawyers tried to raise two claims never before endorsed by the high court: that executing a frail old man would violate the U.S. Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, and that the 23 years he spent on death row were unconstitutionally cruel as well. I agree on one part of that living for 23 years on death row was a mistake, he should have been killed 22 years ago. This motherfucker was serving a life sentence, for murder, get this “Allen went to prison for having his teenage son's 17-year-old girlfriend murdered for fear she would tell police about a grocery-store burglary.” And then “…when he masterminded the murders of three innocent young people and conspired to attack the heart of our criminal justice system,".

And there was protesters.

When do we draw the line? Guilty of one murder, masterminds three others FROM INSIDE THE PRISON!, and yet some people say that executing him was cruel and unusual punishment. Did he give the same considerations to the 4 young people he had snuffed? FUCK NO!! I say justice was 23 years two weeks and one day to long, in coming.

I hope he is getting ass raped by satan right now! Rot in HELL Clarence.

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