The debate "If you dont like a rule follow it be at the top and change the rule" was started by
December 9, 2017, 12:23 am.
21 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 6 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.
blue_rayy posted 3 arguments to the agreers part.
historybuff posted 1 argument, Galbatorix posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
blue_rayy, Emanuel, afterlife27, rani, bernie2020 and 16 visitors agree.
historybuff, Galbatorix, rodney and 3 visitors disagree.
i thought my quote was mine until i sent it to my friend and he would say " oops lil boi, you tryna' mimic hitler?" . I googled it only to discover he was f***ing true.
I sank to my chair upon the discovery. The same exact quote has been used by Hitler.
It would probably take time for me to recover now. i'll argue with historybuff later on.
JESUS....!!!!! OH MY GOD!!!! WTF...... I CANT BELIEVE MY EYES . THESE EXACT SAME WORDS HAVE BEEN QUOTED BY HITLER. WTF. EVEN THE ORDER OF THE WORDS MATCHES HIS QUOTE WITH MINE. JESUS !!!! JESUS!!!
WTF HITLER , YOU STOLE MY QUOTE. I CANT BELIEVE IT. THE F U C K. I CANT BELIEVE MY OWN EYES. HIS QUOTE AND MINE MATCHES 100% . WTF?
not satisfied. please elaborate
Under what circumstances you don't like any rule?
1. If the rule doesn't allow you to remain in your comfort zone.
2. The rule proves to be cumbersome for you.
The rules are made by those whom we have elected. Even they have some sense regarding whats good for the country and what is not.
Not to forget we vote them for their ideology, so its sort of an approval to their working.
the people who make the rules are the richest and most powerful people. even if you had the money to gain that kind of power, no one gets there without compromising themselves (lobbyists, following the party line etc). that's why otherwise good people support bills that give the rich a huge tax break while raising the debt by a trillion dollars.
in some cases that might be true. but it used to be a rule that white people could own black people. it wasn't really an option for black people to get to the top to change it.