HolyCoast: Our Politically Correct Death Penalty

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Our Politically Correct Death Penalty

Today has been a real contrast in death penalty cases.  In Texas you had a white supremacist who brutally killed a black man and went to his execution today with hardly a peep from the anti-death penalty crowd or the Hollywood types who seem to love to get involved in these cases.  Kill him?  No problem.  He's politically incorrect.

And tonight in Georgia you have a black sociopath who brutally murdered a white cop who had come to the defense of a homeless man, but his execution (which will probably take place shortly after this is posted thanks to a rejection of his appeal by the Supreme Court) has drawn all kinds of support from the usual crowd:  Amnesty International, various members of the racial grievance community, and Hollywood stars like Alec Baldwin.  Kill him?  No way, he's practically Jesus.  He's politically correct.  It's the Mumia case all over again.

I'm thinking we're going to have to rewrite the laws to add "Black Cop Killer" as a new protected class.

By the way, the Supreme Court decision to reject the appeal was unanimous, including all of the liberal justices.  The left will try to blame Clarence Thomas because he's the justice who handles appeals from that part of the country, but the lefties joined him without dissent.  There was no case for a stay.

UPDATE:  Speaking of Alec Baldwin, he posted this:
When do Cheney and Rumsfeld go on trial for murder? Will that trial be in Texas? Georgia?

Wonder if the McPhail family will seek death penalty for US leaders who killed thousands of US soldiers and countless innocent Iraqis
The stupid is strong with that one.

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