Mexifornia AG want to put all Lawmakers in front of a Firing Squad or Hang them!

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    Mexifornia AG want to put all Lawmakers in front of a Firing Squad or Hang them!

    Really he stated on the corrupt politician, JMHO that all of the parasites!

    Firing Squad Or Hanging? AG Candidate Wants Death Penalty For Corrupt Lawmakers CBS Sacramento
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    Well I doubt that California will use a firing squad on corrupt politicians. They're broke and can't afford that much ammo. Knowing California they would choose hanging, because they could use hemp ropes and then recycle them afterwards.
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    Somehow I think that such a notion is unlikely to be passed into law...
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    It's amazing a state that pushes gun restrictions so hard would even suggest a firing squad. I guess guns are ok if it is for their own purposes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bama61 View Post
    It's amazing a state that pushes gun restrictions so hard would even suggest a firing squad. I guess guns are ok if it is for their own purposes.
    Candidate for AG, a Republican, needs some PR. Mission Accomplished.
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    If they executed all the corrupt politicians would there be enough left to count the living?
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    "Mexifornia"?
    "AG"?
    "all"?

    Wow, that's some click-bait thread titling.
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    Send him to NJ...............
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    Phil Wyman, who spent 17 years in the state Legislature, said he was motivated by the case of Democratic Sen. Leland Yee. Yee faces federal charges that include an attempt to coordinate an international gun-running scheme from the Philippines

    “If they know that it’s gun-running and they know it’s going into a terrorist organization in the Philippines, that person earns the death penalty, and especially if they’re in elected office,” Wyman said in the interview.
    It would definitely send a strong message
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    I think the death penalty is a bit harsh, but I could get behind a public caning.
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