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14 ups, 1 reply
I agree with everything but the abortion. Killing the unborn isn't just a mother's decision.
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10 ups, 2 replies
I agree with that statement but would also add that marriage is not a right, it's a rite; and shouldn't be on the list either
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4 ups, 2 replies
While I agree that marriage is not a right, I don't care if the states decide to pass laws regarding such things. It isn't a federal issue, it's a state to state issue and should only be the state (the people in each state) deciding.
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3 ups, 1 reply
I respect your opinion but what you are describing is moral relativism. Either it's inherently wrong for gays to get married or marriage is nothing but a contract.
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2 ups, 1 reply
False dichotomy much?
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1 up, 1 reply
No. You must know the meaning of logical fallacy. There is nothing inconsistent in what I said.
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3 ups, 1 reply
I looked it up. This is a false dichotomy. You said "Either it's inherently wrong for gays to get married or marriage is nothing but a contract". This is false. There are plenty of other possibilities.

For the sake of shortness, let's divide your statements into letters. The thing about gay marriage being morally wrong is A, the thing about marriage being just a contract is B.

Now, you say there are only two choices:
1: A is false and B is true
2: B is false and A is true

There are actually four choices that are immediately apparent:
1: A is false and B is true
2: B is false and A is true
3. A and B are both true
4. A and B are both false

However, there are actually even more choices, if you want to get more complex. The following are based on the assumption that A is false because I don't want to type more than 4 possibilities
1. A is false and B is true. A is false because homosexual marriage does not meet the qualifications of a morally wrong action.
2. A is false and B is true. A is false because morality does not exist outside the heads of human beings.
3. Both A and B are false. A is false because homosexual marriage does not meet the qualifications of a morally wrong action.
4. Both A and B are false. A is false because morality does not exist outside the heads of human beings.

Furthermore, there are actually very, very many more options including this one:
5. Both A and B are neither false nor true. This is because reality, logic, physics, and everything else are just illusions and homosexuals, morality, marriage, and contracts are not actually things that exist.

I personally believe 4 from the first list, 3 from the second list, and neither from your false dichotomy. 5 is pretty damn cool though.
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1 up, 1 reply
Your argument has lots of false premises therefore everything that follows invalid
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4 ups
That's actually very hypocritical and also false.
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1 up, 1 reply
Leaving it up to the states is how we got anti-miscegenation laws in the past, until 1967 when SCOTUS struck them all down as unconstitutional with the Loving decision.
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2 ups
My problem is that the federal government has two jobs, and it isn't deciding who should marry who.
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1 up, 1 reply
Marriage is not a right? Then who gets to decide who can marry? And what criteria must people meet?
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2 ups, 3 replies
No it is not a right. No one can demand to be married. We allow those in higher authority to decide if we can marry all the time. A priest can deny marriage if they recognize the couple is not prepared mentally, emotionally, spiritually or otherwise. A judge can deny marriage if they recognize it is an abusive relationship, or if one or both of the parties is a minor, or for any other impediment of great concern.
If marriage were a right, the couple would have the ability to sue for violation of their rights; but this isn't the case.
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Hmm...I see your point
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loving_v._Virginia
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obergefell_v._Hodges
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8 ups, 1 reply
What you're saying sounds good, but I don't think it can be applied to every situation. There are situations where you shouldn't let people do whatever seems right to them.
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Of course not. Nobody would agree in dealing with murder of born people like that. But before you try to make something to be a law, you should convince people by your own example that it should be a law. We have so man idiots making laws without having any experience in the issue.
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6 ups, 3 replies
I don't like speed limits on highways.
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1 up
You make an interesting point. It should be your right to drive as fast as fast as you want. But when your rights interfere with the rights of others, then we have laws. Your fast driving endangers public safety and infringes on my rights.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Here we go - "I agree with everything except with ...." You haev to start wiht yourself, before you try to convinve others. And, e.g. I have my doubts, that a man can start wiht tryingnot to ahev an abortion - which measne he cannot convinve others our of expereince. And if you cannot do this - well then you have to abuse power and make others to obidient slaves.
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English is not my mother tongue. I want to see Americans make typos when they try to type in a foreign language - if they have any knowledge at all of a foreing language!
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0 ups, 1 reply
Go to Germany!
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0 ups, 1 reply
I was being sarcastic...jerk-off.
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0 ups
Me too. Male over 60 years old idiots drive on the Autobahns as if they had to win Formula 1 to show off their "masculinity" and cause fatal accidents.
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5 ups
Follow it to its logical conclusion and you may end up like he did
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3 ups
Anarchy 2018!
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3 ups
i agree with some things on the list, but ...
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1 up, 1 reply
The Rightwingers are sooo wound up by the abortion and the gay marriage.
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0 ups, 1 reply
And the left with 1,3,5,6 and 7
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0 ups
I think I can get that, except with no. 7. Why would leftists be bothered by someone not liking a certain TV show?
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You should try the Libertarian Party.
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0 ups
F**k yes. Thank you for making this. I'm going to post this on every social media I have. (I know I already commented but the more I think of this the more awesome it seems)
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I'm not a control freak but I respect the right of of anyone who chooses to be one
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0 ups
A second amendment guy?
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0 ups
Sorry, but the abortion one doesn't fit. None of the others necessarily result in the death of human life.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Don't like theft, get insurance.
Don't like rapists, but a chastity belt.
Don't like murderers, but your own island.
Don't like racism, lock yourself in your house.
Don't like bestiality, don't buy any animals.
WHO ARE YOU TO TRY TO TAKE THE RIGHTS AWAY FROM ANYONE ELSE?!
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1 up, 1 reply
If we keep lowering the bar, those are going to seem normal as well soon. Your point is retarded, you simply can't let everyone do whatever they want. In order for a society to function there needs to exist laws and regulations, rights are earned not entitled.
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0 ups
I also like it how the writer here added a few good, non harmful, items like watching TV shows for example to mix in the bad items that He wants its audience to approve and make it look as if they are ok, like abortion which is murdering a baby in the mother's womb. What a scumbag. Keep lowering the bar trash.
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DON'T LIKE GUNS THEN DON'T BUY ONE; DON'T LIKE ABORTION THEN DON'T GET ONE; DON'T LIKE RELIGION THEN DON'T GO TO CHURCH; DON'T LIKE GAY MARRIAGE THEN DON'T GET ONE; DON'T LIKE CHRISTMAS THEN DON'T CELEBRATE IT; DON'T LIKE MEAT THEN DON'T EAT IT; DON'T LIKE A CERTAIN SHOW THEN CHANGE THE CHANNEL; WHO ARE YOU TO TRY TO TAKE RIGHTS AWAY FROM ANYONE ELSE?
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