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None At All Plenty
Debate Score:14
Arguments:9
Total Votes:15
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What Hope is There?

None At All

Side Score: 3
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Plenty

Side Score: 11

There is no hope if we continue to rely on government to fix the issues that it caused. This is if the murderer is asked to investigate the murder.

Side: None At All

Hope without action, without consensus, borders on self delusion.

Whilst hope can be constructive, and is to be encouraged, the day that it is all we have left we are seriously stuffed; albeit stuffed with a positive mental attitude.

As long as we take comfort in the thought, "There is always hope", then there is none.

Side: None At All
atypican(4432) Disputed
1 point

I think what you are describing is wishful thinking.

I think of hope as a form of discontent. There's a lot, though perhaps not enough of that.

Side: not enough
2 points

There is always hope. As explained in the story of Pandora's Jar.

http://www.pantheon.org/articles/p/pandora.html

The moral of the story is that there will always be hope. Even when she was betrayed by Zeus as he knew that she would not be able to leave the jar alone and therefore unleashing nasty things into the world.

Side: There is always hope
2 points

I agree.

But then again, when I see someone say something as stupid as, 'Why aren't we allowed to rape women in the Army?' I question what hope we have.

It's like the original cell phone radiation is genetic... and scrambling everyone's brain.

Side: Plenty
2 points

There is always plenty of hope.

The glass is half full ;)

Side: Plenty
1 point

Unless your completely dead and you have zero chances of being a Zombie. You always have a hope. Hope never dies and never must either.

Side: Plenty

“A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.” Herm Albright

Side: Plenty

Just as long as we don't re-elect Obama there will be hope.

Side: Plenty