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The Declaration of Independence is not a viable document today because the unalienable rights that serves as its basis for discussion are presently compromised and sometimes abolished altogether by our own government A clear example of this fact is when the right of life is completely taken away by giving a person accused of murder gets the death penalty at his trial The justice system as well as most people today in the US believe that we should punish those who commit murder by murdering them also or in nicer less incriminating words by giving them the death penalty A reason as to why people claim we should take these murderers lives is because people say that by killing them we can be reassured that they will never kill anyone else again But there are better ways to prevent the latter from occurring is simply by putting them in jail Another reason as to why people are for the death penalty is because people feel that they shouldnt have to pay taxes to keep these murderers alive in a jail To a certain extent these pro-death penalty people may have a point Their reasons are valid enough But can we truly believe that by allowing the death penalty to occur is the right thing to do The correct answer to this controversial question is OF COURSE NOT First of all it is giving these murderers the easy way out When we give them death they die and thats it They dont truly pay for their crime People know this but I consider it safe to assume that there is a deeper issue here The though of an eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth the human nature that is the need for vengeance What about what America stands for We often hear America the land of the free or America home of truth
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