It is the firm belief and position here that committing such a crime as murder is punishable by death. Americans should take a position for anyone on death row, to be executed sooner rather than later.
The moral reality in an argument for capital punishment is that they know the difference between the death penalty and what happens when it is actually put into place from the court of law. In the United States there are more people sitting in prison on death row than actually being executed at time of sentence. When the death penalty is not carried out, then families of the murdered victim recognize the value of the victim’s life is insignificant and the person that has committed the crime has the greater life of being able to continue living while in prison on death row. Many people argue for the death penalty with the case that is someone commits a violent crime, they should be put to death. Should anyone argue that if you take a human life, they will be able to live in prison and serve time and live, not to die by lethal injection or any of the other forms of capital punishment immediately? The argument for anyone in prison to not be punished and put to death is a crime within itself.
It is the belief of many that capital punishment is cruel and unjust. Although others would state the opposite to say that if you have committed murder, you to shall be put to death. In America anyone can have a right to believe that someone should live even if they have committed murder, especially if they have asked for forgiveness and all has been forgiven. Can it be justified that if anyone commits murder and then asked for forgiveness they be allowed to live and not be punished? Justice must be served here on earth as well as after death. The death penalty is in the laws for a justifiable reason and if you have committed a heinous crime and are guilty by law and jury, therefore punishment ought to be death. Anyone that would question that the death penalty and ask for capital punishment to not be carried out, are essentially allowing the murderers to walk the streets and continue to commit these heinous crimes. The death penalty brings closure to the crime they have committed and should allow them realize that they will be put to death.
Assume that there was no such verdict as the death penalty. Anyone could go around committing murder with no remorse or punishment. In today’s society many commit the crimes and stay on death row for years. There should not be just cause to keep anyone on death row if they have committed murder, they must be put to death at the time they are sentenced. In theory, should anyone that goes out and purposely murders someone be able to live and be free among us? According to Claire Andre and Manual Velasquez, “Capital punishment is often defended on the grounds that society has a moral obligation to protect the safety and welfare of its citizens. Murderers threaten this safety and welfare. By putting murderers to death...