Terrorism = Deliberately random death penalty - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Leonard from Seattle
    • 29.05.06 | 02:25 (IDT)

    Let's face it - those who support terrorism (such as Gideon Levy) are supporting a deliberately random death penalty for an emotionial need of the killers and their supporters. When people ask, "What would YOU do if someone was (allegedly) taking your home, etc." - the LAST THING ON EARTH I would do would be to find some random person to murder for it. Why the left sees itself as so incredibly compassionate while supporting a deliberately random death penalty is a sign of their whacked out moral compass (or the lack of a moral compass.) How could it possibly make someone feel better to murder individuals chosen at random? Liberals never explain this. They just go on empathizing with the murderers. Someone asked me once "If your house was being taken, wouldn't you want your son to commit a suicide bombing [against random people]?" My answer was, "Are you out of your mind?" If the people who ask such a question have kids, they should get a visit from Social Services.

    from the article: A bullies' alliance
    First published 00:00 28.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 28.05.06
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