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Discussion in 'News Articles' started by gdr_11, Nov 14, 2019.
Your opinion, I will not argue with you. We do not need more division.
Most of middle America is with me, I'd venture.
Shy centrist lurkers here PM me and thank me for speaking for them.
Need an illustrative example of relativity?
Relative to posters here I'm liberal.
Relative to my work environment peers I'm conservative.
Relative to fellow libertarians I'm dead center.
Relative to my wife I'd best kick the dachshund out of bed and go to sleep.
THAT is relativity, compadres!
Miss a lithium dose?
We can argue with one another, we can disagree on approach but we can't disagree on core values and principals. Thats fundamentally unresolvable and once I realize thats the case I'm done with the discussion because at that juncture we aren't discussing opinions but beliefs.
Edit; meaning civil society must agree to some values to succeed, e.g. murder is bad
Social mores are fluid and dynamic. Temporally flexible.
I respect your opinion.
An objective fact is indisputable: Our educators are being tasked with educating our youth in the domain of sexuality and sexual responsibility.
Austin is, at present, the vanguard of our educators' future.
Our state is to embrace this issue, quite soon.
We may disagree, though...."Core values and principles" are less defined and immutable that some would assert.
"Beliefs" are, quite often, what we embrace based on intuitive experience and less on a preponderance of empirical evidence.
We do not really disagree.
Just made my point. Go ooze yourself back over there.
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Damn son, you and zinc have that in common too?
I had to look to see what this was about.
You mean advocating for more government control isn't libertarian?
Neither is a wackadoodle but both are allowed an opinion, even if it is morally incorrect.