Tuesday, December 13, 2005

He's Dead Jim

Tookie was executed this morning. Some on the left are upset by this, saying it's an outrage, the man had found redemption, his soul had been cleansed, death penalty bad.

I say good riddance. So long, Tookster.

Why?

Because Stanley Tookie Williams was a cold-blooded murderer.

So what if he found redemption in the decades he spent on death row, writing children's books like every other "celebrity" today. He had the time, unlike his victims.

Too bad Tookie didn't suck on the barrel of his shotgun and pull the trigger after he gunned down that 7-11 clerk for $120, or the three members of the Yang/Lin family for which Tookie netted a whopping $100; he would have saved California taxpayers a helluva lot of money, the families of his victims could have maybe found peace a long time ago, and Tookie could have spent the past couple decades begging his God for forgiveness instead of remaking himself into some sort of born-again, because in the end, his God is the highest court. It is He who will judge him, and no doubt did so in February and March, 1979.

Justice served.

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