IS CHILD ABuSE WORTH THE DEATH PENATLY?

to me it is, i won’t go into details about why this is a personal subject for me, but if you have to beat a innocent and helpless child and have no remorse.....you fucking deserve to die a slow and horrible death

  • DJ9090
  • May 16, 2010, 5:48 am
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    I am against death penalty, since it's committing a crime to punish another crime. Also I consider (humane) death less of a punishment compared to a worthless life, doomed to be spent in prison.

    • Katt
    • May 16, 2010, 8:56 am
    I wouldn't necessarily view the death penalty as punishment, so much as removing Killers from the population, and scaring would-be killers into thinking twice.
    - imfrikknbad November 29, 2010, 11:59 am
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    Does a spanking constitute child abuse? because sometimes you have to do something that gets through to them, and a nice talking to doesn't quite cut it. I was spanked as a child and I honestly believe it has made me a better person.

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    No it doesn't. I was spanked quite often for punishment but I was not abused. You can't reason with small children, so sometimes you just need to inflict a little bit of pain on them. It sends a clear message if used the correct way.

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    I can't argue with that, i admit i probably would want them to die so its a tough decision to make.

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    Most child abusers were abused themselves. That does not justify what they do, but hopefully we can have a little compassion. These people need mental health treatment, not death. Unless of course they kill a child, then they die.

    • r60man
    • May 16, 2010, 4:58 pm
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    i COMPLETELY misread this. I thought you meant is it worth it as in is it worth the risk of the death penalty. You then started the post with 'to me it is'. I was about to report you this to the police xD but maybe i won't

    • Dannyl
    • May 16, 2010, 11:27 pm
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    I agree, you can't justify killing someone that has killed, thats the height of hipocracy and should not be used as a means of punishment.

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    I doubt if someone raped your daughter in front of your eyes, you'd still hold that opinion. I'm not saying that'll happen, I pray it doesn't, but my point is there are some crimes that only have one effective punishment. Death.

    • Ertrov
    • May 16, 2010, 12:49 pm
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    "An eye for an eye leaves everyone blind" - Ghandi

    • Stoy
    • July 2, 2010, 8:24 pm
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    Yes, I believe it definitely deserves a death penalty. The way I see it, if you do something that despicable, the government can do whatever they want to you.

    • Ertrov
    • May 16, 2010, 11:03 am
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    i agree 100%

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    Well I'm not really for the death penalty except for a confession of first degree murder. So child abuse is a no.

    But please clarify child abuse. How much would equal the death penalty.

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    I don't think it's worth death, but i reckon it's worth testicle amputation

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    Completely agree. This is one of the biggest problems in America today; kids do not get properly disciplined, so they talk back to everyone and act like they run shit.

    My son will be getting spanked if he does something deserving of it.

    • Albane
    • May 20, 2010, 9:26 am
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    Ok... Suppose the child really... REALLY deserves it... And i don't mean going into an orphanage and punching the poor little girl who's scared of thunderstorms and nobody will help. I mean the golden-spoon-fed white boy in his early teens who thinks even though he's from Beverly Hills he's really from the Ghetto.

    Don't get me wrong, I don't support Child Abuse. But some people need to have the shit beat out of them so there is room for common sense.

    • Dawn
    • July 2, 2010, 8:20 pm
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    I think that child abuse is horrible...not death penalty...but certinely jail or prison time. but causing your child breif pain to teach a lesson really works well.

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    they define abuse so loosely. if a parent smacks a kid in the mouth for talking back, they risk having their children taken away.

    not death. i think things along the line of rape/murder/attempted murder/pre-meditated felony assault/armed robbery should be met with a hanging.

    but some people that beat on kids... they do it to feel powerful. those people should just be dragged out of their homes and beaten in the street, the beating depends on the severity of the abuse.

    • c8r15
    • November 29, 2010, 11:15 am
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    I would agree that when people do horrible things to children they deserve to die. The only downside to enforcing those actions with the death penalty is that nothing would stop them from just going ahead and killing the kids, their mindset would be something like "Hmmmm... let them live and risk them snitching and I get killed anyway, or kill them before they tell anyone?" either way they would face the death penalty.

    Absolutely, we need to remember that the main priority is to protect or rescue the abused children as opposed to simply having vengence. The ideal system would reward as well as punish. Parents who recognize that they are abusive and turn themselves in should be encouraged, while those who have abused children for years and only stopped when the police kicked in the door should be dealt with harshly.

    I have no regard for the life of any child abuser, but if there is no incentive for them to stop, they won't.
    - BobTheJanitor December 1, 2010, 10:28 am
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    If someone did anything to my (future) children, he won't even make it to court. I know my point of view is kind of confusing, but I suppose it's the result of uncaring court system in my country. It is a pretty tough choice, thank god I don't work in court.

    • Katt
    • May 16, 2010, 3:57 pm
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    Well, there's quite a difference between discipline and straight up abuse. But you make a fair point.

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    Prison is a form of crime in of itself. Who gives authorities control over an individual? Power, society, constitution, politicians ?

    Power does not translate to righteousness, if I pointed a gun at you I'd win the opportunity to take your wallet. What I was able to do was not just, but power made that option viable to me.

    Society, if one's rights end where the next one's begin, what right does an unrelated group of people have to control a deviant? Where does society get the right to judge what is punishable and what not? Numbers? If numbers make rules, then Germany invading a smaller country is perfectly just, Asia should decide what's punishable and what is not, and two people beating one would be right.

    Having taken down power and society, which are the fundamental building blocks of constitution and politicians causes a "domino effect" to the later two.
    That being said, I won't leave it to a see above statement, I'll add another:
    Time, most constitutions are written long before we even got to this world. A constitution is, thus, not only made by society (hopefully), it is also made by one whose views and knowledge are some centuries too old and under extreme conditions (i.e. after stealing the land by force, european settlements founded the now called USA)

    Politicians thrive upon constitution,society and as back-up plan, power.

    It's impossible to pin down a universally accepted statement over a simple topic, let alone a massive one like righteousness.

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    Prison is a form of crime in of itself. Who gives authorities control over an individual? Power, society, constitution, politicians ?

    Power does not translate to righteousness, if I pointed a gun at you I'd win the opportunity to take your wallet. What I was able to do was not just, but power made that option viable to me.

    Society, if one's rights end where the next one's begin, what right does an unrelated group of people have to control a deviant? Where does society get the right to judge what is punishable and what not? Numbers? If numbers make rules, then Germany invading a smaller country is perfectly just, Asia should decide what's punishable and what is not, and two people beating one would be right.

    Having taken down power and society, which are the fundamental building blocks of constitution and politicians causes a "domino effect" to the later two.
    That being said, I won't leave it to a see above statement, I'll add another:
    Time, most constitutions are written long before we even got to this world. A constitution is, thus, not only made by society (hopefully), it is also made by one whose views and knowledge are some centuries too old and under extreme conditions (i.e. after stealing the land by force, european settlements founded the now called USA)

    Politicians thrive upon constitution,society and as back-up plan, power.

    It's impossible to pin down a universally accepted statement over a simple topic, let alone a massive one like righteousness.

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  • 1

    if you cant do the time dont do the crime

    • BEASTY
    • August 13, 2010, 11:47 am
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    i think we shud just kill people. Im talking u rape someone. kill them. Kill someone. Kill them. GBH. Kill them. But only if it is proven beyond doubt it was them and it was their own fault and not in defense. Like when a bunh of hoodies beat up and kill an old man after smashing up his car. They deserve to die.

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    well child abuse is more then just beating them. its also insulting them, but i would wnat someone to die for child abuse but i think that the govrenment sould suport the famly because their losing a pay check and their worst off then before.

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    People guilty of child abuse should be castrated (if they're men of course) women however should get life sentence and/or be made sterile.

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    Fair enough

    • Ertrov
    • May 16, 2010, 4:14 pm
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