Really? Capital punishment in ALL cases of murder?...
I'd say Giuliani didn't go far enough. Because he didn't push for capital punishment in all cases of murder for example.
So the guy who catches his wife in bed with another man and shoots him dead, or the man who shoots a trespasser into his home who later turns out to have been unarmed (and the leftist court rules he had a “duty to retreat”), deserve the same punishment as a man who actually plans out a murder against an innocent person and then carries it out?
I think there has to be some discretion.
I am in favor of even more discretion and evaluating everything on a case-by-case basis. I believe that “I had a good reason to kill him” should be a valid defense (or at least mitigating factor) in murder cases even if it is not a case of self-defense.
There are a lot of things wrong with America, but prison sentences being too lenient is certainly not one of them.