Sorry, bob, I was just thinking out loud. Yea, I know your position. Cool. Your last word if you want. Nice work with that, we had a good discussion. Next time my friend.^
I don't need to make up a scenario to illustrate my problem with unreasoning utilitarianism. We only need to look at Dr. Mengele. His barbaric experiments did yield useful physiological and medical information but the violation of bodily autonomy and suffering he caused would not be worth any number of saved lives down the road.
funny, my rule of thumb is: if a republicon is for it, it's bad for the American citizen.
I got you mixed up with another poster. To the person above you.
Just like alcohol or tobacco regulate and tax. No harm in that!
Our recent exchange was not an hour ago. Just the initial comment that got you triggered.
Trust me, I'm not interested in continuing this either. We're not getting anywhere. I'll talk to you when you're not drunk, Rud. Take care.
Most certainly not. My point is that simply separating families or prosecuting criminals is not necessarily a violation.
I've said that many times. The progs are oblivious to that fact.
I wouldn?t like that either
An authority, like a teacher or school administration, endorsing a religion is unconstitutional. Students are free to worship on their own. Teachers are not free to tell the students to worship. I'm sorry, but SCOTUS has more authority than you do.
Only available in black.
Of course but the Sanhedrin started it, No?
They escaped Putin's agents once; twice shy.