“Out, damned spot! Out, I say!”

Has a sitting governor ever taken it upon herself to absolve her constituents of murder most foul? Maybe, but I don’t recall it.

Here’s a remarkable statement by Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (R-Edrum) in a column published yesterday that addressed the recent botched execution:

“Justice was served. The people of Oklahoma do not have blood on their hands.”

If you say so, Lady MacBeth. Fucking sociopath. I wish I thought the horror and absurdity of this would make a damn bit of difference.

[X-posted at Balloon Juice]

Posted by Betty Cracker on 05/06/14 at 10:48 AM • Permalink

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Mary Fallin (R-Edrum)

I see what you did there, and I like it!

Is that like a papal blessing?

Death penalty supporters always cite the barbarity of the convicts’ crimes, while rooting for the barbarity of our culture.

Maybe we could get Proud Mary a desk plaque that says : The blood stops here.

Anyone who can read a description of what occurred during that execution and call it fine, fine, fine, no problem here, is lacking empathy in all forms.  In other words: a typical republican politician.

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