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Marriage is next, it's inevitable. The opposition is fading; states have legalized it; the numbers show that more people are in favor of it than those who are not. This debate is almost over, lets not add any more fuel to the heated arguments that have been repeated time and time again. Although opponents will argue, saying that the pope okaying same-sex civil unions, doesn't mean that same-sex marriage will be next (Slippery slope fallacy), the truth is, there's more than enough sufficient evidence to prove it.
What you've said to support your position, does not bring in any weight. The opposing arguments are weighing you down, their proven facts are beyond the ground. Don't put the educators who have educated you, in a bad light. Your appreciation for them, is lacking with every ridiculous assumptions along the way. How would you have known to spell and type without them?
Teachers should, without a doubt in my mind, get paid a lot more for their involvement in educating students across the world. If their weekly wages were to increase, it would " attract the best and the brightest," and "to retain the best and the brightest." There's too many benefits to raising their pay then to not do it at all.
I totally care about Chipotle not serving guacamole because of climate changes when there are way better alternatives that are always there for everyone. The idea of the climate directly relating to the availability of the guacamole AND preventing them from coming up with a strategy to keep serving it (because the demand for the product is in the negatives), is definitely not stupid at all. /sarcasm
Just because the future of the world is within our hands, doesn't mean that we're in trouble. There is no casual connection shown between us and the consequent action of everyone being in trouble (Slippery slope). The debate itself have not provided a clear reason for why it would happen, therefore it's invalid, and the resulting arguments over it may be based from unproved assumptions (or opinions).
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!