17 June 2010

Ronnie... those two "MISTAKES" you made...

...they're both still dead, right?

Decades later, Mr. Gardner now says he is calmer, wiser and remorseful.
Yeah... I guess 25 years in the Crowbar Motel can do that, huh? So let's have it... let's hear about what a model citizen you've turned out to be...
He claims his desire is now to help young people avoid making the kind of mistakes that landed him on death row.
Mistakes!?!? That's what these people were to you?
He and his brother would like to run a 160-acre organic farm and residential program for at-risk youth.
Yeah, you dumbass... and I wanna be an astronaut.

It's just a shame they can't execute him twice.

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RELATED: More death row boohoo...

...just ask a Liberal.

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FROM THE COMMENTS: The compassionate, intellectual left responds...
halls of macadamia/
"I have never threatened you, and you know it Jim. You are the one making threats to shoot me with your Glock."
Does anybody else get this kind of crazy?

Just wondering.

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LAST WORD: Horrible rush to justice...

...only took 25 tears...
The five executioners, certified police officers who volunteered for the task and remain anonymous, stood about 25 feet away, behind a wall cut with a gunport, and were armed with .30-calibre Winchester rifles.
One thing we do know about capitol punishment... Ronnie Lee Gardner won't ever murder anyone again.

As one commenter eloquently put it...
"The man wasn't executed to teach him that killing was wrong. He knew it was wrong. He was executed to punish him for killing people and to stop him from ever doing it again."
Just so.


18 comments:

JA Goneaux said...

Farming with yout', huh? Looks like a nice, big crop of potential victims...

Neo Conservative said...

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a double murderer?

firing squad's too good for him. where's ol' sparky when you really need him?

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Bert said...

I bet I could make it last long enough to make it seem like he's been executed twice. All I'd need is some rope, a tree, a pully and a wood chipper.

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Neo Conservative said...

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sure, libby... we get why you'd be here defending some sociopath on death row.

i mean... you're all about the death threats aren't you?

so sorry, troll-boy... go scare some kids down at the park... you don't get to comment here anymore.

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Neo Conservative said...

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sorry libby... i'm obviously way more important to you... than you are to me.

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oxygentax said...

Sure Ronnie, you can have your organic farm helping youth at risk...

Just as soon as your sentence is carried out. Happy Trails.

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Neo Conservative said...

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"oxygentax says... you can have your organic farm"

the worms crawl in... the worms crawl out... the worms play pinochle on your snout.

and, yet again libby... deleted.

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Rose said...

Oh come on once he's dead we can bury him an organic farm's field and make his wish come true.

maryT said...

I have no sympathy for this killer. Our best friend was a very good friend with the victims parents, and knew both of them. He also knew the victims, and often told us stories of them. I remember vividly the day he come over to tell us they had been murdered. He was devastated.

Josephine said...

The woman in the photo is holding a sign that says, "Why do we kill people who kill people to teach that killing is wrong." Of course, she has it all wrong.

The man wasn't executed to teach him that killing was wrong. He knew it was wrong. He was executed to punish him for killing people and to stop him from ever doing it again.

His execution also means that taxpayers won't have to support him for the rest of his natural life and the families of his victims, as well as other citizens, won't won't suffer from the stress of worrying that he'll someday be released.

Will it also send a message to other killers that their crimes won't be tolerated? Will it cause would-be murderers to think twice before killing? If so, bonus points for the system.

There's something to be said for making the punishment fit the crime.

Neo Conservative said...

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"josephine says... The man wasn't executed to teach him that killing was wrong. He knew it was wrong."

exactamudo.

we often forget that the most important function of government is to serve the greater good... which means protecting the larger field of folk... from predators like ronnie lee gardner.

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