Jarvis Masters, lets start with him. CA upholds death penalty.

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    California has upheld the death sentence..... lets start with Jarvis Masters. Put him out of our misery and stop wasting money keeping him alive. He was sentenced to death and appeals all denied. He needs to be put down.


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    California Death Penalty Ban Rejected By Voters
     
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    I don't support the death penalty.
     
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    it would seem... liberal CA... does.
     
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    It costs more to execute someone than to keep them in jail.
     
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    It also cost more to keep them in jail then to just let them roam free, so by your logic letting them go is the most cost saving alternative.

    Let them stay in your neighborhood...
     
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    Yep... odd isn't it? I'm just an uber-Conservative that thinks killing people as retribution isn't a very good idea.

    But hey, that's just me.
     
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    Wait Wait, I thought you were one of those lockstep conservatives who praises buschchimpymchitler and takes your talking points directly from El Rushbo!!!!

    What the hell is going on here!!!

    /sarcasm
     
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    I wonder how the family of the prison guard Masters helped kill in 1985 feels about all this?

    It must be so hard losing a loved one to such scum of the earth as Masters.
     
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    you would think since obama was a lock in... that the death penalty was going down if flames...

    so since we did uphold the death sentence... i think we should start with jarvis masters. He has enjoyed life long enough.
     
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    Agree.
    I also think we keep people on death row too damned long.
    If guilty, they should be sentenced - and the sentence should be carried out expeditiously.
     
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