Wednesday, September 14, 2011 8:14:28 PM
almightybob: According to the same report I got the graph from, 94% of all homicides against whites are committed by whites, 97% of all homicides against blacks are committed by blacks, there is a small amount of black-white crossover, and those crimes get a lot of publicity, but it's a rarity statistically speaking.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 2:40:47 PM
@almightybob1-Blacks are more likely to be murdered,by who?Of all the races, WHO is more likely to murder blacks?M-M-M-m-m-maybe blacks? If that's based off any statistics, feel free to provide them (just check they actually back up what you`re saying). If it isn`t, then it holds absolutely no value whatsoever. I could equally say "M-M-M-m-m-maybe whites?". At least I can point to the KKK to back that up.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 10:19:33 AM
I personally think the government should execute whoever they see fit. Even better, if the majority of people agree that someone should die, kill 'em. I think any government that isn`t affraid to kill its citizens is simply pussified and not worth tax dollars! Many great governments have been criticized for overly aggressive death penalty laws, but look what they`ve been able to do with all the tax dollars they saved by not housing criminals. Saddam Hussein got a golden pallace! Kim Jong Il got a bunch of Elvis memorabilia! Hitler got his own ROCKETSHIP! I want a rocketship too, I just don`t know who to kill to get it. Any ideas? BTW, has anyone seen Kyle? He`s about this tall...
Wednesday, September 14, 2011 8:14:21 AM
Holy crap people, read the article and read about Cameron Todd Willingham. He was about to be proven innocent when good ole Gov fired the investigators compiling the report proving his innocence. Then appeals for clemency were personally denied by ole Gov here, even though there was a very sizable "reasonable doubt". Through legal bungling, and incompetence, an innocent man was murdered. Not executed, but murdered. I say if it's good for the Goose...
Oh BTW @robosnitz; Unless you can provide definitive proof, a M-M-M-m-m-maybe is not a legitimate retort.