The nation's Supreme Court has ruled that the death penalty is constitutional if any sovereign state wishes to apply a selected humane solution for removing pathological, brutal, tortuous monsters from the human gene pool.
That being said, the recent level of concern by the "lamestream" media at the "botched" execution of an Oklahoma murderer is without merit. He did die after all. And how is it that in some states convicted murderers get to choose the method for their execution? How was this rationale arrived at given that the murder victims had no choice in the way they died? Perhaps this is the choice referred to on numerous car bumper stickers I see.
I have a solution to the death penalty method of choice. Call in the local veterinarian. It is these folks that pet owners entrust the euthanasia of their beloved animal family members. It costs less than $100. Painless, fast, humane.
Don Z. Fortney
Sun City Hilton Head