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Sunday, October 27, 2002
Alabama = Libya? It's late and I'm just catching the rerun of CNN's Capitol Gang. Commentator Mark Shields, in reiterating his opposition to the death penalty in the wake of the beltway sniper case, suggested that if you wanted to try Malvo and Muhammed for the murder in Alabama that thoes heartless Republicans would stop at no lengths to execute multiple-murderers.


Well, what, wait, listen, why don't we just send them to Libya, for God's sakes? You know, what -- why stop at Alabama? You know, I mean, if you really want to do it, just send them to a Republican jurisdiction. Is that the answer?


I'm curious to see what people from Alabama think about Shields likening their justice system to that of Qaddafi-ruled Libya.

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