Wednesday, June 25, 2008

    Child Rape Ruled Not Cruel Or Unusual

    Yet another sign this country is gravely sick. The US Supreme Court liberals have ruled that the State of Louisiana cannot execute 43 year old Patrick Kennedy for raping his 8 year old stepdaughter in her own bed. The attack caused internal injuries and bleeding in the little innocent girl.
    In a 5-4 vote, the court said the law allowing the death penalty to be imposed in cases of child rape violates the Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
    Adults that rape little children are now protected by a sick judicial system. The liberal judges have ruled this horror was not cruel enough. The liberal judges have ruled this horror was not unusual enough to justify execution. The liberal judges have ruled raping and violence upon little children is not worth executing the criminal.
    The death penalty is not a proportional punishment for the rape of a child
    Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote for the court. His four liberal colleagues joined him, while the four more conservative justices dissented.

    Again, liberal judges protect the criminal and not the victim or future victims. Child rapists will now know as long as they don't kill the child in the process they are free to rape as many little children as they want. They know they will go to jail but now they know their right to rape is protected by the court and will never get the death penalty.

    The social sick liberals, including Mike Farrell, over at Death Penalty Focus are probably going to party this weekend.

    Think I'll start reconsidering potential benefits of Sharia Law . . .

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