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  • barkingowl
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    Originally posted by oly View Post
    They need to go with a tent city like the one in Arizona
    There are plenty of unused FEMA camps that are already staffed. Why not transfer the overflow of inmates to them?

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  • Visinedrops
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    Originally posted by Big_Saw View Post
    How 'bout this? PPV death chamber....millions in revenue, and we could make a sport out of it...can you say "Running Man?"

    *Choose your method of execution, we're gonna offer it on pay-per-view for $39.99*

    Half the proceeds go to the victim(s) and the other half gets divided by the State and the telecoms provider....
    I'd pay to watch the "Juice" get juiced....
    Choices include the chair, gas chamber, hanging, 9 man firing squad, drowning tank, industrial wood chipper (head or feet first, your choice), and being thrown off of a very high cliff.

    I think I'd like to watch the chipper and the cliff.

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  • oly
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    They need to go with a tent city like the one in Arizona

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  • GetOffMyLawn
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    I'm so glad I left California. Why my brothers still live there I don't know.

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  • gkim4107
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    Originally posted by Rustyshakelford View Post
    It has been a while since I researched prison stats, but I seem to recall that in Texas 3 out of 5 people were in prison on drug charges. I would much rather have a bunch of pot heads living next to me then a bunch of alchoholics. Pot heads just want to eat twinkies and watch cartoons. Keep their sattelite dish running and they are happy campers. Alcoholics are not the same. So, if they release the people who are doing time for simple posession, I am fine with that.
    Hell, Half my family is comprised of potheads. and rustys right, they literally want to do nothing but eat junk and watch cartoons.


    Opinions on criminal activity... If you commit a heinous crime, you are turned over unarmed to the family against who you wronged.

    Non violent drugs crimes. really the only drug that classifies under this with me is pot anyway. There is no jail time. Although I do not smoke pot, I believe that pot should be controlled much like alcohol.

    I thoroughly believe that if we wanted to cut down the spending on prisons, the rounds put into the major criminals would not be .45 they would be .22 I am not sure how much more money we can save other than serving stale bread, and water, every other day and when your time comes you are taken out with a .22.

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  • gharleydude
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    RE public executions

    Hi people, I really like some of the ideas that are being floated about here tonight. Ya know.. if it were not for that commie group the ACLU, we probally could get laws enacted to go back to outdoor hangings and firing squads. It is the dug in yuppie mentality that is partialy the culprit I believe, in our inability to get remedies against crime enacted. I personally would like to see us go back to the stocks, where for certain type of charges; say perhaps for rape, violence on old people or children, felony theft... you fill in the blank.. they would put these scumbags in these stocks for extended periods of time, for people to gape at at any hour of the day (of course in the winter months, these stocks would be located indoors having unlocked doors that could be accessed at any hour of the day or night) and it would also be permissable for people to throw rotten garbage, tomatoes, things of that nature at these creeps. Is there any chance do ya think, that would have any impact on the rise of crime in our cities? Hmmm, probally not, huh? And of course it goes without saying that we should go back to public hangings for extreme cases of crime. It is indeed a fact that we have for too long, been soft on crime. My belief is perhaps it is partially due to a number of factors; one, our courts are overloaded with cases, prosecuting attorney overburdened with cases, judges who sometimes not fit to sit on the bench, overcrowded jails and prisons, a society that for far too long been pushing the bounderies of decency and who also has lost all respect for life, people, cultures, not the least of which, themselves. So that is my two cents worth on this subject. Your questions, comments and or concerns are quite welcome.

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  • Big_Saw
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    Originally posted by sd allen View Post
    Where are your morals????and when will the re-runs air???
    My morals would be with the savings in taxes, and the victims' purse...LOL....and I'd offer it later in a DVD set :D

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  • sd allen
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    Where are your morals????and when will the re-runs air???

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  • Big_Saw
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    How 'bout this? PPV death chamber....millions in revenue, and we could make a sport out of it...can you say "Running Man?"

    *Choose your method of execution, we're gonna offer it on pay-per-view for $39.99*

    Half the proceeds go to the victim(s) and the other half gets divided by the State and the telecoms provider....
    I'd pay to watch the "Juice" get juiced....

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  • Rustyshakelford
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    It has been a while since I researched prison stats, but I seem to recall that in Texas 3 out of 5 people were in prison on drug charges. I would much rather have a bunch of pot heads living next to me then a bunch of alchoholics. Pot heads just want to eat twinkies and watch cartoons. Keep their sattelite dish running and they are happy campers. Alcoholics are not the same. So, if they release the people who are doing time for simple posession, I am fine with that.

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  • TheLastMountainMan
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    Child molesters, rapists and first degree murders, hang em, hang em high!

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  • TheUnboundOne
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    Fellow Survivalists,

    I agree with Big Saw on drug offenders and all violators of "victimless crime" laws.

    And I agree with S.D. Allen's take on known violent criminals. It's like Ron "Tater Salad" White said: "In Texas, if you kill someone, we're gonna kill you right back."

    :D

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  • sd allen
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    I'd still like to see a good Saturday morning hanging on the uptown square!!!
    No admission fees,but paid parking.Think of the revenue!!!

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  • monet861
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    Originally posted by sd allen View Post
    I'm with you here...Public hangings worked well for years..IMO alot of folks would second think commiting certain crimes if they knew the public could see them swing!!!
    Horse theives,cattle rustlers,kidnappers,killers,bank robbers..........
    WhyTF should the public pay for their crimes...no matter what state????
    Save the money for the rope. Give the baliff a .45 and when the guilty verdict is handed down, take care of it right then and there. Now I know there is some occasions where the appeal overturns the ruling, but think of the money that would be saved. Of course this is mainly for the real scumbags out there. Of course the way this country is now, the gov would be sued and the jury would side with the criminal. Then he or she would be freed with an extra $20 mil in their pocket.

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  • tate44
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    It all comes down to the money, they could care less about overcrowding, can you believe Arnold?

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