posted on Aug, 6 2007 @ 04:14 PM
The idea of trying someone at a court is sensible. But, the death penalty, although gruesome, is the best way to deal with a lot of these
It is said in the Michael Moore Movie, SICKO, that there were people involved in the death of others because the HMO's wanted to deny as many
policies as possible. So, Michael Moore showed a variety of sad but true deaths arising from people who were insured but for some idiotic reason were
denied coverage. Then a couple of doctors went before congress and admitted they were responsible for the deaths of thousands of patients.
In THIRST, A book about Stockton Water Supply covered later by Democracy Now by Amy Goodman, a company privatized the water system but refused to do
anything to provide good clean water. They did not have the money to clean it up and to certify it. How many people died because it was privatize is
the fault of the city government that allowed itself to be bought. The water was the peoples but when sleezy investors decided they could make money
by buying the water supply, they corrupted the government officials who took the bribes. As a result, the people were put at risk and some died. If
they had a firing squad for the government, how much would that have done the next time arouund?
It seems cruel, but in China, the head of their Food and Drug administration took bribes that caused the deaths of countless thousands. They put him
on a firing line and shot him. It was really too good for him but the story is over and everyone can start anew.
We need to do this to all of our Senators and Congressmen and military officers and work down to local government and shoot them all after they have
been found guilty of corruption.
Look at all the people who died because Libby wanted the head of Valerie Plame or Wilson?
A few good shootings could turn it all around.