Until the death penalty is abolished, we will have neither a free nor a moral society.
As I have developed in libertarian thought, I have moved away from acceptance of the death penalty. I would say that I agree with every word written by Dr. Paul in this piece, but "every" is always a dangerous word; so let's just says I agree with virtually every word.
He wrote a very interesting paragraph; I will break it up into bite-sized pieces:
As strong as the practical arguments against the death penalty are, the moral case is much stronger.
This paragraph comes right before the conclusion; a good portion of what precedes the paragraph examines the practical arguments: the death penalty is an expensive undertaking; pretty much everything that government touches isn't run well (think TSA and a 95% failure rate).