The debate "Rapists should be tested on to find a cure for long term illnesses such as cancer" was started by
March 18, 2017, 7:12 am.
15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 14 people are on the disagree side.
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It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
thereal posted 4 arguments to the agreers part.
human posted 1 argument, Nemiroff posted 4 arguments, M3phisto posted 1 argument, blue_rayy posted 2 arguments to the disagreers part.
thereal, qeteut13, Maxshe88, Thepanther, SirIntegra, Austynbb, greencat, Aditya_17 and 7 visitors agree.
blue_rayy, Nemiroff, human, M3phisto, CHuss34, braymus17, JordDorrell, Daisythecat and 6 visitors disagree.
You can't be so stupid and amoral that you don't see the distinction. How exactly are you not an amoral monster if you think someone being put to death by lethal injection is no different from torturing someone to death?
You are going to die someday as well, does that mean you should be infected with AIDS to benefit humanity rather than having your death go to waste?
"Numerous states still have on their statutes books various provisions allowing the death penalty for child rape or other non-homicidal crimes such as kidnapping."
Regardless, thats not the f***ing point you retard. Do you have ADD ir something? the point of the debate is to discuss whether people who are on death row (of which there are many) should be used as test subjects or not. Not whether certain crimes should be punishable by death or not.
"So your argument is that they should be infected with terminal diseases and tortured for months pregnant years by sickness? How exactly do you think you have any moral superiority?" ermm, maybe because they would be benefitting humanity rather than having their bodies wasted? Come on, you cant be THAT stupid, right? If theyre going to be killed anyway, it would make mych more sense for them to be put to good use before they do.
some states tried. I linked the supreme court ruling that overruled and canceled what those states wanted to do.
i was talking about the United States. Some States do that. i can give you the source. Big papa.
So your argument is that they should be infected with terminal diseases and tortured for months pregnant years by sickness? How exactly do you think you have any moral superiority?
even child rape is not considered a capital offense. at least not in the United states, or most western nations.
papa grande, some of them have been executed. If the victim is a minor, then the accused is sentenced to death. However i dont support thereal's arguments.
rapists aren't on death row
As for humans rights, theyre entirely subjective and can be easily argued against. They are not a bastion of morality, though i do see why you atheists would put so much trust into it seeing as you have nothing else...
Im going to pretend Nemiroff isnt THAT stupid and just ignore his comment.
As for you, mr dave the goatf***er, if the rapist are on death row and are going to be killed at the end anyway, what the f*** is the point of wasting them? they might as well be used to benefit humanity and those they inflicted hurt upon. Now do you see why you are wrong?
Its a good idea but I dont think its a biological sickness, its more mental. Treatement can be searched but right now our psychological and mental knowledge is not advanced enough.
of course he doesn't.
you've seen him defend mass murder...
why does this surprise you?
You don't see a reason infecting someone with a terminal disease might violate basic human rights?
they would be helping society you moron, how is that against human rights? and who says animals have less rights than humans? if humans cant be tested on neither should animals, right? youre not being a sexist, homophobic, discriminatory comservative, non-liberal bigot are you?
wether they brake the law or not, we should not put their life at risk as if they were anamals.(not that that should be determined by a animal either) We should stick to the human rights code.