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I'm going to say it depends on what it is, but for the most part it's charity. If you don't work for it, you don't normally deserve it. Again though, it's going to depend on the situation.

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You can't always help the community, but you can usually help at least one person. It could also be argued that helping even one person IS helping the community.

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what does legalizing drugs do to promote your Leftist party ?

Most likely nothing, and we are talking about marijuana not all drugs.

DUI cannot be if drugs are legal right ?

Are you really asking if a person driving under the influence would still be illegal?

Now to continue no one can get a job if they cannot pass a drug test whether your loved drugs are legal or not !

You will be unemployed if you drink alcohol on the job too.

Seriously did you think at all or just toss out whatever accusation you could think of with whatever insult you could think of?

Moving on.

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tell us about the heroin problem in this country

It's a problem. Duh. It's also a hard drug and not one I mentioned.

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So you're angry with anyone who doesn't agree with you. Got it.

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No. It's a service that is entirely optional with multiple providers and methods you can choose from. It's a privilege to have but not a right. Now, access to it, such as free public libraries with internet for research could possibly be argued as a right but even then I would say it's most likely not. But I'm curious to see if any points can be made in that favor.

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So what are you more pissed at? The fact that cigarettes cause cancer and there's been a movement to reduce the amount of smokers out there? Or that they are trying to legalize marijuana, which does have proven medical benefits, and you are mistaking that as a hard drug again?

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See? You don't want someone saying anything that you don't agree with but if you want it to be truly neutral then they shouldn't allow someone to thank God either. If you want to see a hypocrite all you need to do is look in the mirror.

You should be more concerned that "thank God" means nothing to children, as you claim.

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Mmkay. So if the Voice decided that people couldn't thank God or show their religious affiliation in the interested of keeping everything neutral you'd be ok with that?

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Right? It's only insulting when someone says something they disagree with. But you can bet those same people would mock and jeer if someone got upset when a contestant brings religion into it.

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What a shame condoms are all you're thinking about. They are just a glove to protect. Actual birth control medicine befits the woman in more than one way. If you want to help reduce the amount of abortions than birth control for women is a double whammy to help that. It reduces the change of pregnancy and has other health benefits for the female that have been proven. If a woman is taking birth control that is the very OPPOSITE of irresponsible. It's honestly laughable that you would suggest otherwise.

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Because free birth control for a normal bodily function that all women go through would not only help her regulate her periods, reduce pain, assists in many instances with other medical concerns regarding her reproductive system, and also reduces the chance of unplanned pregnancy. Most women choose not to use birth control because even with insurance it's expensive. For younger people who may only have a Part time job while they're in college, the cost WITHOUT medical insurance is astronomical. It's a shame that you're only thinking of condoms, it shows how short sighted you are.

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Nope. That's the whole point of lab results. You want accurate information. If it doesn't prove what you thought then at least you have the correct information so you don't continue to perpetuate a lie when before you were simply mistaken.

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No. But it does require adjusting how we get our energy and what we do to our food sources. If anything it requires us to evolve more.

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Because children aren't property.

People discard property all the time correct?

Sure. Property. But human's aren't property. Neither are children. The topic of abortion has been addressed enough by you and just about everyone else regarding concerns about forcing women and when a fetus is considered more than just cells. It's not worth addressing in this debate again. So if you are so against it, do you believe birth control should be free?

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Can't argue with the two previous posters. It seems fairly obvious that the analogy won't work.

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Most likely this is true. 100 years ago we weren't really all that concerned with re-planting the tree's we cut down. Now we are trying to work on green enterprises and replace tree's that are lost. 500 years ago there were more tree's than 100 years ago as well.

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Yes, exactly. I "think" he's going off of when I said "My children are my own because they are my own. I am the primary provider for them, I am the primary person who supports and guides them. I act as the parent." This is speculation though but he did comment that I was essentially calling them my property. Which I disagree with. While they are my children, they aren't property.

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Hillary was and is stupid, yes. But she didn't say what they all think. She said what she thought people wanted to hear and she lost the election, rightfully so.

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A child should focus on being a child. As they grow they can be encouraged to see what's out there but most people in society don't want that child to consider options they don't agree with.

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You want to claim an entire party says that, my point is that they do not any more than an entire Fox audience (or republican) thinks that about women. You're also wrong in thinking I voted Democrat this go around.

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In your system it would be impossible to raise my child how I see fit as everyone's opinion and desire on what to teach them would interfere. For example, if I want my child to have an open mind about religion and make their choice on what to believe, yet some highly religious person or extreme atheist push their belief or opinion on my child without allowing my child to follow their own journey.

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Could you clarify your question please? Are you asking me how I would cut off contact from people who I deem dangerous or a bad influence to my children?

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Leftist are you saying that Leftist weren't entirely aware of what caused volcano's?

Just about everything you say is as ridiculous as this statement. Honestly I rarely waste my time trying to debate with you anymore, God knows you never read or comprehend what's being said.


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