I'm getting that you are not what we would call "a country girl". How are you with fried squirrel? :)
Great! Now I don't have to drive to Wentzville every couple of weeks to get my Chick-Fil-a fix!
A couple of ten year old oxen. Boy, they'll be tasty.
Why hammer Christians? None of the postings that I could see mentioned their faith as being "christian" or his faith as being anything else. They called him a terrorist, which may be demonstrably wrong, but that is not the same.
Really? "All other presidential candidates for decades have released at least 10 years worth of tax returns." Really? I would like to see your reference for that "fact". Fact. Carter released all of this returns AFTER he was elected. Fact. The requirement is to release one year. Fact. Romney doubled that. Fact. Bob Dole released 29 years while running. No democrat has come close. And it didn't help him.
Oh, and Obama still hasn't released any of his college transcripts and Harry Reid has never released his tax returns. What do they have to hide?
The point here is that she has been found guilty. She plead guilty. She is guilty. All of those who feel for her should consider offering her a job babysitting your daughters when she gets out. If you are like me and would never let her near my children or grandchildren, why do you think justice would be served if she was set free to kill someone else's child? Psychopaths don't get rehabilitated. Ever.
Oh, I see. I just needed to go back and reread your response and now it makes perfect sense.
You seem conflicted. On the one hand, you are angry that there is so much crime and no one is doing anything about it, but on the other hand, you think someone who admitted to stabbing, strangling, and slashing a little girl to death just to see what it feels like is "innocent until proven guilty" (from an earlier post you made) and anyone who feels otherwise is part of an angry mob.
Guess you can have it both ways.
And this has what to do with how she should be sentenced?
I am not too interested in the retribution aspects of her sentencing. I think the bigger question is whether society is safe. A young girl who kills without any discernible remorse sounds to me like a serial killer who got caught with her first victim. In a way, we got lucky. So, if she is let out on the streets why won't she kill again? Whenever she gets set free, 10, 20, 30 years from now, will she just start looking for victim #2 (assuming she doesn't kill someone in prison)?
My reading comprehension skills must not be at the same level as a tree because I can't see the Tea Party mentioned anywhere in the article. But I do see a few Straw man arguments in your comment.
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