At 12/14/10 08:23 PM, The-General-Public wrote:
We're not claiming morality doesn't exist, we're asking you why you believe an objective morality given by god exists. Which you've failed to do so far.
Actuallly, I have. I've given two options. I've given the existance of morality, which exists beyond human reasoning. Or there is preference, which exists at public whim. I've given these answers DOZENS of times. And I'm tired of repeating myself so I'll just ignore stupid answers that ask me to from here on out.
Ok stop signs, I'll add "analogies" to the things you're bad at.
There's a huge amount of intersections without those either. We'll add "knowing what you're talking about" to the things you suck at.
I'm not denying that there exists a code of behavioral conduct that differentiates intentions, decisions, and actions between those that are good (or right) and bad (or wrong). In fact I'm arguing that many different codes of morality exist. You're arguing that only one does.
Yet, here's the problem. It's impossible to call one right or one wrong under your worldview.
Actually that's completely false, Abortions are more frequent now than at any point since the 1970s. Not only that, the Supreme Court at its most conservative held up the precedent set in Roe v Wade several times. Now the court is more liberal than it was even then. Oops.
Jesus. That's devastating. And if any of that was right....I'd be sad. Of course, every single part of that is wrong, or irrelevant. The Supreme Court (apparently more conservative now than ever) issued the first ever upholding of restriction on abortion by upholding the Partial Birth Abortion Ban.
Aw, well that sucks, contrary to your narrative, liberal laws went into effect til 89, then started swinging back. You're wrong. Darn.
You pointed out evidence that directly refuted your argument that a universal morality exited. Good job.
I've done that repeatedly since my first comment. You're a stupid one aren't you?
Man, if you could read, you might be dangerous in a debate.
At 12/16/10 12:52 PM, Imperator wrote:
The way I look at it, pro-life is anti-women. Restricting women of their reproductive rights makes them second class citizens.
Ah, anyone who thinks I'm wrong hates women! The oldest and most ridiculous trick in the book!