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Desc:...during the second 1988 presidential debate.
Category:News & Politics, Crime
Tags:debate, Question, death penalty, Bernard Shaw, Michael Dukakis
Submitted:kamlem
Date:09/22/11
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Comment count is 9
Oscar Wildcat
Funny you should mention that, Bernard. Last night, Kittie and I were mugged on the street. Perp was a black man, heavy set, with a greying beard. HEY, HE LOOKED JUST LIKE YOU! Kittie, is that him? YES?!? SECURITY!!! ARREST HIM!
MongoMcMichael
President Reagan is going to have to hold a beer summit to settle this one. Or a jelly bean summit.

Enjoy
Too bad the clip doesn't have Shaw's follow-up question: "And what if her corpse was slowly eaten by the perp?"


Xenocide
The way he phrases it, it sounds less like a question and more like a proposition.


themilkshark
Mr. Dukakis, if you were to rape and murder Kitty would you feel remorse? Also, if I were to rape and murder you would it be a traumatic ordeal or a fantasy come to life?

Spoonybard
The correct answer is "I would track him down and kill him myself, not wait for the nanny state to exact revenge on my behalf."
Jet Bin Fever
So wait, this is here because he's black?
cognitivedissonance
"Would you take a bet that you could transform a Cockney flower girl into the belle of the Ascot?"

"Yes, George Bernard Shaw. I would."
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