But anyway, there is NO jail in the united states that executes by shooting someone (I checked up, there are only 2 that died by that method since the 70's, so it's not common for 40 years instead of my estimate 70)
Millgrams is "mg", not "gs". And milligrams of what?
They are in fucking jail, how the hell do you think they would find a chance to kill someone else? As for the money saved, it's minimal at best.
You'll need a pdf program to view this, but on page 3 of the actual details to the report (Page 8 if you're taking them all together), it comes up to about 85 million dollars in cost in 2003 on the chart. Folowing the trend, we'll assume the cost today is about 100 million. How much is that? MINOR!!! That's taking into all jails in the U.S, compaired to the trillions of dollars that circulate through the country (Despite the national debt).
Your list of people who you think it's acceptable to kill: By charges, sexual assault, homocide, kidnapping, arson, domestic abuse.
Meaning, you'd kill a large number of people who didn't kill anyone at all. There are murderers that don't get the death sentence, and you want to kill someone who set a fire?? This alone is enough to say that you're out of your mind, considering you only have one thing on that list that directly involves killing another and the courts themselves don't instantly say "You kill someone, the state kills you".
And what about the family of the people who AREN'T killers. And then you go and mention child molestation but you left that out of the group you'd want to kill! So, sexually assualt an adult, death. A child, whatever else.
Again, you REALLY need to re-think this, ALL of this. I'm still not taking you seriously, and you aren't putting out a good argument.