Convince me why it's good or bad. I had believed it was right before. But I'm having my doubts that it's a good thing right now. No politics changing my mind, just questioning my own assertion. I believe a man gives up his right to live when he takes away another persons life, or seriously damages it. But, I'm beginning to wonder if the system will always be right. I've been reading about some seriously botched up court cases, and I gotta wonder if our system is reliable enough to revoke a man's life. I've also been trying to be more forgiving. Well, mostly about meaningless stuff, like not getting annoyed at the guy that almost knocks me over while he's running for the train. But, is it possible for a murderer to realize what they did and be sorry? Is it possible to forgive if you feel like the capital criminal that wronged you is genuinely sorry for the crime they committed? Obviously, it would be very hard, if not impossible, to forgive someone who murdered someone you love.