Friday, November 02, 2007

Stephen Harper, Do Not Allow Canadians To Be Killed

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Killer admits to killing two people.

Killer gets justice served to him by democratic judicial system.

Killer will die.

Killer gets what he deserves.

Not my governments battle to fight for a cold blooded killer.

Not anymore.

Anonymous said...

Canadian government doesn't believe in killing it's citizens no matter what they did.

Therefore there is nothing a Canadian can do that deserves death.

If you think otherwise, that's not Canadian.

Anonymous said...

The Canadian killed two Americans in the United States. He thus faces American law, which permits the death penalty.

No, we should let the law stand.

If we intervene, it may cause Americans with murdurous ambitions to apply for dual-citizenship and expect the Canadian government to bail them out.

Nah-uh.
Standing up for bloodthirsty murderers is un-Canadian

Anonymous said...

"The Canadian killed two Americans in the United States. He thus faces American law, which permits the death penalty."- A Law Which Canada thinks is immoral, and has always fought against.

"No, we should let the law stand." - Since 1962, We have never let this law stand in our country or abroad.

"If we intervene, it may cause Americans with murdurous ambitions to apply for dual-citizenship and expect the Canadian government to bail them out." - In all honesty this is a poor attempt of an argument. So before an American kills somebody, they'll apply for dual citizenship, a process that takes years. That is just grasping.

"Nah-uh.
Standing up for bloodthirsty murderers is un-Canadian" If a blood thirsty murderer is a Canadian, Canadians should and have sttod up. We as Canadians don't think our Citizens, along with all people shouldn't be killed.

Do you believe in the death penalty?