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Should all the states have the death penalty?

Asked by: Weeks46
  • We should have the death penalty.

    1.Morality

    "The crimes of rape, torture, treason, kidnapping, murder, larceny, and perjury pivot on a moral code that escapes apodictic [indisputably true] proof by expert testimony or otherwise. But communities would plunge into anarchy if they could not act on moral assumptions less certain than that the sun will rise in the east and set in the west. Abolitionists may contend that the death penalty is inherently immoral because governments should never take human life, no matter what the provocation. But that is an article of faith, not of fact. The death penalty honors human dignity by treating the defendant as a free moral actor able to control his own destiny for good or for ill; it does not treat him as an animal with no moral sense."

    Because of Morality, we should have the death penalty.

    2. Money

    That's right. We have death penalty for a reason. We are not just killing them because they did nothing wrong. We should kill these people because they killed people, and they did something so bad or they had keep done bad things after going to jail. We don’t kill them by one minor mistake which hurt no one.

    This argument is all about that they will make more crimes and then kill more people. This is because of money. If we see any stealer or thief or murderer, if they kill someone, they will probably go to jail and also will lose a lot of their money. They do that to get money and things. Then why would they do these crimes. If these bad people go out of jail what do you think they will do. They did those bad crimes because of money so what else do they do because they don’t have money? They have to do bad crimes to live. If they do not get a death sentence, they will soon hurt everyone. It is much better to kill one guilty person who had faults then plenty of innocent people and not the guilty.

    This shows that because they do not have money so that they can not have a choice but to do that. They will kill innocent people and then they go to jail. I think before they kill these people, we should sentence the person who killed the people first. The killing went in the wrong order.

    This is why we should have the death penalty because these bad people will kill because of no money. They should get sentenced to death before killing more innocent people.

    This is why because these bad people have no money they make these bad crimes and go to jail, which should be much better to sentence them to death.

  • Yes, all states should have the death penalty.

    I firmly believe that the death penalty should be enforced in all 50 states. In today's world the decision to have the penalty is up to the state, and only 31 states enforce this penalty. Any rapist and murderer is eligible for the penalty. The death penalty will strike fear into criminals, this will eventually lessen the amount of crime in the country. We need this penalty because jails will have better conditions with less people too. If you think about it all terrorists attacks have been in states without the penalty.

  • The State says murder is illegal

    The State says murder is illegal. So they punish people who commit murder by murdering them. Yes, this makes perfect sense. You must do wrong to do right.

    Honestly, this is an ancient practice and its not effective. I mean, the purpose should be to stop people from murdering right? So you strike fear into them by saying, if you murder someone, we will kill you...

    Problem is, that initial fear does not stop them from murdering. People are still going to murder others. You kill the murderer so he cannot murder again, obviously... And the next problem, for every murder you murder, another murderer is born. The problem never ends.


    And what do you do with the executioners. Technically they murdered someone. So sometimes murders are alright and other times its not? I don't think any murder is alright.

  • The justice system isn't perfect.

    There's no way to know for sure that someone actually committed the crime. Giving an irreversible punishment is a terrible idea. The courts have already sent countless innocent people to their deaths throughout history. Why would we want to increase that number? Also, it's already been shown that the death penalty isn't a deterrent to criminals.

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