Abolishing The Death Penalty Essay

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Abolishing the Death Penalty From the beginning of time the world has known conflict. It is human nature to know and to have conflict. It would be a fallacy to say that conflict will ever go away. It is a natural instinct for people to pick sides on an issue and it would be a miracle, but more realistically a lie, if everyone were to pick the same side on an issue. Throughout the years there have been several topics that start an uproar amongst the people. These topics are very controversial and always spark an argument. Each side comes up with a thought and the other instinctively looks for a counterexample to discredit their opponent. Major examples are issues on gun control, gay marriage, taxes on the wealthy, and the political war between Democrats and Republicans. However, one of the biggest topics that causes quite a riot over is the death penalty. The death penalty has a long, expansive history around the world and though people have always opposed, in recent years the death penalty is being threatened by abolitionists who wield nothing but faulty logic, invalid arguments, and arguments that just cannot stand the scrutiny of the people in favor of capital punishment or reality. It is time for America to stand up and fight back to these abolitionists that are too politically correct and brainwashed to see that there is absolutely nothing wrong with the death penalty and that it has been apart of American history way to long to simply just abolish it now. In 16…

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