What do you think about the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the constitutionality of the Kansas’ death penalty law?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 27, 2006
“Constitutional or not, it’s still wrong to kill people, and I don’t agree with it.”
“Personally, I hate that people have to die for committing a crime. I understand other people’s take on it, but I would much rather the worst penalty be for them to die in prison.”
“I think that the law should have remained unconstitutional. I don’t believe in it. Too many innocent people could be executed, and I don’t think we should be the ones to decide.”
“I agree with the decision. I say, ‘Do the crime, do the time.’”