Some people just need killing.
When is killing someone justified? Everyone knows it’s fine if your own life is in danger, or if someone else’s life is in immediate peril. But what about killing people who just take up space and resources and contribute nothing but carbon dioxide and poop?
There are a lot of them, and many of them, in addition to contributing nothing, are also giant jerks. Some are even chronic criminals.
Our jails are stuffed to the brim with repeat offenders who will never be anything but wastes of resources, not the least of which is oxygen. I am not suggesting we execute someone the first time they get convicted of a felony.
I’m suggesting we make it legal to kill them once they hit their third felony. I think that’s a standard we can all agree on, right?
Anyone can get accidentally caught up in something ONCE. Anyone worthy of living will learn their lesson from that. If you’re getting convicted of multiple felonies, you aren’t even a good criminal. You keep getting caught!
At least a criminal who never gets caught is putting in a respectable amount of effort. A professional hit man that ices people who welch on debts and steal from the mob are actually performing a legitimate and valuable job.
What other reasons should we kill people?
How about going on welfare more than once in their lifetime? I’ll give someone a pass once. Crap happens. If you can’t stay off of welfare, you shouldn’t be allowed to raise your children anyhow, so rather than feeding you, we can just have you waxed. In the permanent sense.
Worthless eaters. You don’t work, you don’t eat. It’s even Biblical.