This kind of stuff makes my blood boil:
A judge in Ohio says the state’s method of putting prisoners to death is unconstitutional because two of three drugs used in the lethal injection process can cause pain.
Lorain County Common Pleas Judge James Burge said Tuesday the state’s lethal injection procedure doesn’t provide the quick and painless death required by Ohio law.
Burge said Ohio must stop allowing a combination of drugs and focus instead on a single, anesthetic drug.
Last time I heard someone whining about this, it was notorious Florida serial killer Danny Rolling, who brutally butchered college students in Gainesville. Here’s what I wrote:
Before he was executed, his lawyer submitted documents stating that the chemicals used during lethal injection ”cause extreme pain”. One, it’s lethal injection. We do this to pets all the time. You give them a little shot and they fall asleep forever and that’s extraordinarily painful?! Give me a break. And two, even if it is extraordinarily painful, who says he doesn’t deserve it?? In my opinion, lethal injection, no matter how ”painful” is not good enough for a monster like him. A couple of minutes of pain is not retribution for the pain, torturing, terror, and grief he caused to not only the victims but to their families as well.
His attorney also told the Associated Press in an interview that Rolling had told him, ”I don’t want to die, but it looks like I am going to die.” Oh, really?! I’m willing to bet that his victims didn’t want to die, either, but what kind of choice did they have in the matter? I mean, I guess they might have opened the door to him and said, ”Come in, do you have a knife? Because I think I’d like to be tortured and mutilated today,” but somehow I doubt it.
On top of this blatant hypocrisy, Rolling was fed an extravagant final meal of lobster tail, butterfly shrimp, a baked potato, iced tea, and strawberry cheesecake — exactly what he had requested. Did he extend that same courtesy to his victims? Somehow I don’t see him saying to Christa Hoyt, ”Before we get started, what would you like your final meal to be before you die?”
Excuse my political incorrectness here, but I don’t believe Daniel Rolling was punished at all — and certainly not in a way that was ”cruel and unusual”. He should’ve been made to suffer, minute for minute, exactly the same as his victims did. Being allowed to live in relative comfort for sixteen long years, fed a nice final meal of exactly what he requested, and then being executed by going to sleep forever is not punishment. Basically, in my opinion, he absolutely got away with his crimes.
And now we have yet another libtard crying over murderers being put to death, which I just don’t get. Seriously, how is it that liberals don’t get anywhere near as offended about the horrific crimes the animals have committed as they do about the damn death penalty?! So they get a few minutes of pain before they die. My response? Good. Let’s sign up rapists and child molesters while we’re at it. And then we should find a way to make the death penalty a little bit more relative to each scumbag’s crime. That’s how I feel about that, along with most other people who aren’t libtard morons.
How do I know this guy is a libtard moron, anyways?
From this picture of him in his office:
That picture says it all.
I can’t help but wonder how the good judge feels about the pain and suffering that good ‘ole Che caused to so many. Apparently, he approves of that. It’s causing pain to sick, heartless animals who kill innocent people that makes him cry. Nice.
And let’s not forget the Obama poster. I wonder, by making death a little bit easier and crusading for murderers, who exactly will that bring “hope” to? Other murderers? It certainly doesn’t make victims feel any better, that’s for damn sure. Douchebag.