Death Penalty Persuasion
"Jesus loves you, Jesus loves you." Were the last words ever uttered by an eight year old little girl by the name of Cary Ann Medlin, who in her last breath asked for nothing more than God?s forgiveness for Robert Glen Coe, the very man that was preparing to rape and murder her. This man and those like him must have justice brought to bear upon them, and true justice for crimes such as these can come in no other form than the end of the perpetrators? life. The death penalty is a morally justified sentence that has been an accepted part of civilized society since its inception; one might say that the punishment must fit the crime, and in some cases the only suitable penalty is death.
Since the death penalty is already in use throughout the United States, rather than explain why it is justified, we will attempt to logically prove that every argument that is commonly raised against it is flawed. Probably the most widely used, and seemingly credible argument against capital punishment is the claim that it punishes minorities more than others, and the poor more than the rich. While this is true, this points not to a flaw in capital punishment, but to a glaring inconsistency among the entire judicial system. …
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