1:53 PM EST, February 7, 2013
At a time when violent crime remains high in Maryland and America's Second Amendment rights are under attack, Maryland's Governor Martin O'Malley has continued to advance his radical, liberal agenda by recently arguing for the abolishment of capital punishment in our state. He contends that it is costly and ineffective.
Mr. Governor, capital punishment has been ineffective in Maryland because it is seldom ever implemented. The last execution in Maryland occurred back in 2005. Furthermore, it is costly because of the process of appeals and exorbitant trial lawyers. Rather than abolish capital punishment, the tiresome and lengthy process of unnecessary appeals needs to be evaluated so that justice can be administered more effectively. How can capital punishment serve as a deterrent if it is very seldom ever used?
Governor O'Malley is a tyrannical hypocrite for his staunch effort to abolish capital punishment for persons who deserve to die. Ultimately, our governor takes issue with God, who mandated capital punishment in Genesis 9:6. A peaceful lethal injection is no comparison to the method of death for those who brutally slaughtered innocent men, women and children. It is likewise not comparable to the wrath of God. The life of a convicted killer seems more worthy of respect and reverence than the life of an unborn baby to Maryland's delusional governor.
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