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You truly do not know when you are being an insufferable arse, do you?
You are equating gun rights and other rights to the purposeful KILLING of innocent lives.
That's exactly what I'm doing, because that's exactly what guns are made for. Injuring and killing people.
For some people abortions could be their salvation. And I'm not just talking about extreme cases, either. Do you understand what I'm saying? We all perceive everything differently depending on who we are and our role in society. You, I assume, are male, well-to-do and you don't need an abortion. But don't you agree that it's necessary to have access to abortions in order to maintain the people's freedom's to do as they please?
I guess Americans will never understand. Not my problem.
PS If you can't handle speaking to me in a more gentle tone, I won't debate you anymore. Also, don't be afraid to agree! Nothing will happen to you!
EXCEPT FOR THE RIGHT'S OF EVEN VIABLE UNBORN BABIES
So what are we supposed to do for them? Let's allow the fetus to run for office, then, shall we? You completely ignored my point about women's rights.
I get your point. Why kill the fetus if you can let it live and then put it up for adoption or something? Well, maybe it's time you realised that not everything is up to you. You live in America, do you not? You believe in gun rights. You've seen what guns do to people, yet you still support it because it's a freedom the people deserve( in your mind). So how is that ANY different than my beliefs in the right to an abortion?
Are you out of your mind?
The fact that you would call your president a conservative is really astonishing to me.
Also, speaking from a neutral perspective, a Liberal is someone who believes in a strong central government but the people have lots of social services and rights.
I have two faults with your argument:
1.) Not every single mother goes straight to an abortion clinic and terminates a childbirth. Governments like mine give a lot of support to women in that situation, but it's their choice entirely. I'm not talking about extreme cases here. I'm talking about ALL cases.
2.) Maybe if we did more to educate young women about the life of having children and offered more support, the number of abortions would decrease.
So instead of rambling on and on and calling every one who disagrees with you an idiot, think about what they are saying first, and reply gently.
Of course I don't want to ridicule Christians! I'm just tired of people saying that I'm not a Jew because I'm not related to Ashkenazi Jews.
I'm also extremely sick of being criticised and disregarded by people like FromWithin who don't listen because they always assume the worst.
Perhaps you could stop for a moment and, before you prepare a retort about abortion, actually think about what I'm saying. Is that too much?
So maybe my analogy, if you will, was unclear. But don't you think that Christians and others shouldn't just try to discredit other religions just because they're not the same? That's all I'm saying.
Interesting. However, the last time I checked, that's LESS than ONE THIRD. If that's a lot to you, then you better keep out of public life, you ruddy puppet.
Did you know that when Trump decided to visit the UK, he was almost attacked by a paraglider?
So, the US might have a 31% approval rating, but the rest of the world would love to see him take a visit to Outer Space. Preferably without a helmet..
I realize this is an emotional issue, and you should realize that your emotion clouds your judgement on this issue.
Yes, it most certainly does. Now let me ask you an honest question:
Do you believe the Holocaust happened, do you believe it didn't happen, or are you looking for the truth and you don't care which is true?
I am a Jewish person. Not necessarily of Jewish heritage, but I identify, and have identified as a Jew since I was born. This is a very important family value, and has been in my family for generations.
To question the Holocaust is not only rude, rather it is disrespectful and an irresponsible and, quite frankly, inexcusably incompetent practice of historical research.
I say this because I think that simply corroborating your hypothesis with a video of some conspiracy which denies and doubts the tragic mass genocide of 6 million Jews is close minded.
Also, what in bloody hell does science have to do with whether the Holocaust happened or not?
Put as many stupid, disrespectful, and hateful videos up there to "reinforce" your claim, and they will not be watched by me.