The debate "I think in order to be eligible to vote you should have to name all seven continents" was started by
October 12, 2015, 7:43 pm.
10 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 5 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Alex posted 2 arguments, Safooma1977 posted 5 arguments, Hitmenjr posted 8 arguments to the agreers part.
PsychDave posted 2 arguments, Safooma1977 posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Safooma1977, Alex, Hitmenjr, Sosocratese, madhusudhan, Triz, jjrocks1738 and 3 visitors agree.
PsychDave, AstroSpace, AmericanScholar, omactivate and 1 visitor disagree.
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I have just heard that he wanted to prove that a law didn't exist...and therefore should not hinder another bill from passing...And him not knowing what net neutrality...i clame ignorance on that one.
Wait...so...what did he do wrong? Did I miss somthing in that statement?
He once publicly pushed for the repeal of a federal law that doesn?t exist. Proved to everyone he hasn't the slightest idea what net neutrality is. And he scares children
Yep make fun of Ted Cruz because he actually has a spine unlike many of the other candidates....
Why? Because he did a 25 hour filibuster on Obama care because he thought people shouldn't be forced to buy health insurance made by the government...Obama also increased the standards of health insurance to somthing my parents don't need yet they are paying considerably more than the coverage they need...
Ha! Ted Cruz is an idiot
And that is why Ted Cruz is my man! *Reading rainbow* (Dun dun, duh)
If you vote by party, I generally consider you part of the problem. Voting based on platform and performance means you know what each candidate will do (or try to do) in office and are making an informed choice. Voting for the party you always have means you don't really care what they will do since you had long since decided how you were voting.
If you vote republican or democrat you might be part of the problem.
Liberalism is usaly more appealing to the eye...So many gravitate towards it because they haven't scrached eather on the serfacer...like silver to bronze...silver looks more appealing but bronze is stronger.
We have a serious voter problem in this country.
I think he is talking about the politically uneducated...like the ones who think we have 52 states...or the ones who think Seattle is the capital of Washington...or the ones who think that electoral colleges are actual colleges.
He almost died choking on a Pringle too..
Alex, you are aware that Bush was a Republican and he's the president who couldn't keep straight from which nation people had attacked the US, right?
There's really not much difference between a Democrat or a Republican. It's like choosing between a poop sandwich and a poop sandwich with cheese.
the Democrats would lose every election if that happened.