The debate "Everyone should be entitled to necessities ex. shelter water" was started by
April 20, 2016, 1:47 pm.
34 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 5 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
ReadyToBegin posted 5 arguments, dalton7532 posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
dalton7532 posted 2 arguments to the disagreers part.
ReadyToBegin, psychorejection, itsme, MitchellKags, RyanWakefield, AhmadDanialBosan, swasti, supercat, Pugsly, publicman0122, codyray16, SwaggerPoptart, wdz, qqqq, KCave05 and 19 visitors agree.
dalton7532, ProudAmerican888, wildcat79, Frank and 1 visitor disagree.
Well if everyone had a shelter, food, clothes do you think that would effect working or effect the demand for such things? Or do you think people would still want better things anyhow (ex similar to raising minimum wage argument)?
my answer is in the middle between yes and no. so yeah i cant really decide
As before it had you on the agree side
I was just making sure that was what you meant.
I think everybody should be able to obtain shelter, food, and water. However, I think they should contribute to obtain these things. I tried to answer it as best as I can. I did not really understand your question.
"In conclusion, people who do not work should not be rewarded for their lazyness, unless they attempt and fail to better society."
So really you believe that everyone is entitled to the chance to have Nesseties, but not the things themselves.
Everyone should be able to obtain basic goods and shelter. However, if people do not attempt to work and better society, why should they be rewarded by society? People should work for their own goods and shelter. However, if they are physically unable. I can see an exception, but people can look at it from a different perspective. Stephen Hawking works to further scientific developement. In conclusion, people who do not work should not be rewarded for their lazyness, unless they attempt and fail to better society.
So by agreeing to this, do you agree that the irs has no right to take a home as collateral and repossession of homes would be illegal?
what about even charging mortgage or water bills?