No Longer in a New Jersey State of Mind

It took all of 22 days from my last post on the subject, but I finally saw the error of my ways.

I now firmly believe the death penalty should be used as an irreversible, state-sanctioned punishment, because it’s abundantly clear to me that the legal process is foolproof, always just, and never adversely influenced by political ambition, moral crusading, or general incompetence.

With this new knowledge, I say kill the perps; they’re all guilty.

Or, you know, maybe not.

One Response to “No Longer in a New Jersey State of Mind”

  1. PatrickP Says:

    I think child molesters should be publicly executed after a representative group of local mothers and abuse victims flog them.

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