Jibberish

In: Social Issues

Submitted By KayleeIzTheName
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What if?
What if people were given another chance? There are so many people in this demented that you want other people to suffer, or even dead. What makes people so angry they want someone else miserable? What would drive someone to commit a ghastly, felonious act they know is illegal and could ensue death for themselves? Is someone else’s pain and misery worth your life? Would you want to know when your time was up? The death penalty should be illegal considering it is an act of murder, it is inhumane, and that person can be used for other, useful things within jail.
Hundreds of thousands of people die each day. Planned or not, it happens. Murder, suicide, diseases, car accidents, or maybe even the death penalty. The death penalty costs tremendous amounts of money and resources, and it doesn’t seem to decrease criminal activity. If you think about it, how many people have been killed as a result of the death penalty? And still, how many people are committing crimes? It doesn’t scare people. Ballaro and Cushman say “Where the death penalty is allowed, it is often used in a racist manner”. As harsh as it sounds, what good is a dead body? There are many of jobs nobody wants. Pressing license plates, military can always use more help, truck driver, etc. Nobody wants these jobs, they want the money and/ or benefits that come with the jobs. If someone has committed a crime, they definatly do not deserve to have a high paying job but if nobody is wanting to take them they could occupy the jobs and be paid minimum ways or even nothing depending on how bad the crime was. Many people have been murdered as a result of the death penalty. That person may have been killed for killing someone else. How is this fair? It is murder. Murder is illegal, why should it be legal for the government to do something illegal to all other citizens? How is killing someone for killing…...

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