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In todays world people of the world see most politics as corrupt powerful dogs waiting for the country to finally give in to their demands like a kidnapper asking for a ransom Although not all politicians are corrupt there are a huge group that are Being on the blunt side of most objective comments a Teen-age student and middle class worker you see a lot of the problems first hand whether it is that guy buying 6 votes to beat out that high school candidate or that senator selling secret information to foreign countries for a formidable profit Which brings me to my 6 six political philosophies that I would wish to speak on today In this paper you will read about my views on the Death Penalty Civil Liberties Abortion Religion Anarchy and Hacking Your going to hate the last one though cause I have some thoughts on hacking that I need to vent out Deaths cruelty murders drug and so forth all things you can be put on death row for If you think that you dont like the death penalty then I am with you in a way I dont like the death penalty for crimes like drugs or rape and all that I have a different view on those Lets take a trip back in time the year was 1795 BC the place is well where else Mesopotamia and Egypt and the new reigning ruler Hammurabi of BelAmiBelahyee Hammurabi devised a great code of law called Hammurbis code to stop the crimes of the people His code brought to life the code of Eye for an Eye Tooth for a Tooth Basically if you were to rape someone and you were found guilty in the court of law you would not be imprisoned you to would be raped If you robed someones house they would be able to rob your house of everything up to equal value
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