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#122 - I just think it's important that we continue working to make t… 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
#121 - Agreed. I hope we can work to make it a little better. 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
#120 - I would never advocate that we restrict anybody's free speech …  [+] (4 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
User avatar #123 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
I think the only problem state with the laws is (I wanna say Alabama) which has like 1 abortion clinic. As with Alabama and the rest of the states the people living their by majority accept that way of life. Women hold half the votes so if they didn't agree with how things were going they would have changed the laws.

So things like birth control and abortion aren't really "sexism" issues as much social issues.
User avatar #125 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I agree with the part about voting. A lot of people just straight-up don't vote which means their voices are not heard.

These laws are both social issues and sexist issues. The reason they are sexist is because the issues surrounding abortion and birth control take decision-making power away from women and their doctors and puts it in the hands of these religious politicians. In addition, these policies, especially when combined with abstinence-only education, lead to an increase in teen pregnancy rates. These young girls who become pregnant then have a much harder time entering the workforce or building a career for themselves because they now have to worry about a baby (which, let's face it, is a full time job even for two parents).
User avatar #126 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
Those politicians are voted in, if people don't vote they don't want their vote to be heard. Voting is one of the easiest things you can do, it's so easy I really want IDs to be required.

Even abstinence only education teaches to use condoms (not so much birth control but they do talk about it). They amounts at which they teach about condoms varies though and "abstinence only" becomes an umbrella term.

Beyond that sex education should be taught by parents as well, so this comes back to being a social issue.

You can call it a sexist issue but these politicians are voting for what the people wanted them in office for. If people disagree they can move are vote someone else in.

User avatar #148 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
We already have voter ID though; It's called registration. When I registered to vote, I had to provide two form of identification. There's no point in adding even more hurdles for people to cross, especially with voter turnout so low. Not to mention the fact that in-person vote fraud isn't really an issue. Absentee voting is more likely to have fraud.

Maybe there are some schools that teach proper condom use that some people refer to as abstinence-only, but those are not the schools that I am referring to. I am referring to the schools that teach purely abstinence-based sex ed. They are not very common up here in the north, but there are a decent number of them in the south.

I agree that parents should have a responsibility to teach their kids about safe sex, but unfortunately, there are too many parents out there who (for religious reasons or otherwise) refuse to teach safe sex to their kids.
#117 - Well, I think getting more women to vote would indeed help. 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
#115 - I can't speak for Europe, but I know we still have work to do …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
User avatar #119 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
I almost forgot about those, good thinking. Yes those are still pending in some places. Not much you can do about religions, they're inherently sexist and people voluntarily take part so you can't really do something about that. But in general there's equal opportunities for a man and a woman of similar background so that's the most important thing.
User avatar #122 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I just think it's important that we continue working to make things better. Thanks for having this discussion with me!
#111 - Right, it's definitely worse on the sate level. But there are …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
#114 - lardking (02/08/2015) [-]
that they do, and its an unfortunate product of some peoples belief that everyone should live the same way that they do.
User avatar #121 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Agreed. I hope we can work to make it a little better.
#110 - Maybe we can't make it disappear completely, but if we can con…  [+] (10 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
User avatar #116 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
There are four arguments against this.
Depends on how far you'd go.
There's a point where hate is hate and nothings gonna change that.
A person has a right to hate and love what they want.
Even if you remove their ability to express that hate openly they'll just use other means, internet, passive aggression, jobs, ect.
User avatar #120 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I would never advocate that we restrict anybody's free speech (as I agree with you that they will just find other ways to hate). I am more advocating that we work to repeal sexist laws and create a culture where people are less inclined to be sexist. I think a big part of the battle will be switching the rhetoric from "men vs. women" to "love vs. hate". I think both sides have been too hateful of the other, and that has prevented progress.
User avatar #123 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
I think the only problem state with the laws is (I wanna say Alabama) which has like 1 abortion clinic. As with Alabama and the rest of the states the people living their by majority accept that way of life. Women hold half the votes so if they didn't agree with how things were going they would have changed the laws.

So things like birth control and abortion aren't really "sexism" issues as much social issues.
User avatar #125 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I agree with the part about voting. A lot of people just straight-up don't vote which means their voices are not heard.

These laws are both social issues and sexist issues. The reason they are sexist is because the issues surrounding abortion and birth control take decision-making power away from women and their doctors and puts it in the hands of these religious politicians. In addition, these policies, especially when combined with abstinence-only education, lead to an increase in teen pregnancy rates. These young girls who become pregnant then have a much harder time entering the workforce or building a career for themselves because they now have to worry about a baby (which, let's face it, is a full time job even for two parents).
User avatar #126 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
Those politicians are voted in, if people don't vote they don't want their vote to be heard. Voting is one of the easiest things you can do, it's so easy I really want IDs to be required.

Even abstinence only education teaches to use condoms (not so much birth control but they do talk about it). They amounts at which they teach about condoms varies though and "abstinence only" becomes an umbrella term.

Beyond that sex education should be taught by parents as well, so this comes back to being a social issue.

You can call it a sexist issue but these politicians are voting for what the people wanted them in office for. If people disagree they can move are vote someone else in.

User avatar #148 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
We already have voter ID though; It's called registration. When I registered to vote, I had to provide two form of identification. There's no point in adding even more hurdles for people to cross, especially with voter turnout so low. Not to mention the fact that in-person vote fraud isn't really an issue. Absentee voting is more likely to have fraud.

Maybe there are some schools that teach proper condom use that some people refer to as abstinence-only, but those are not the schools that I am referring to. I am referring to the schools that teach purely abstinence-based sex ed. They are not very common up here in the north, but there are a decent number of them in the south.

I agree that parents should have a responsibility to teach their kids about safe sex, but unfortunately, there are too many parents out there who (for religious reasons or otherwise) refuse to teach safe sex to their kids.
User avatar #113 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
On the western world, it's as gone as it can get.
User avatar #115 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I can't speak for Europe, but I know we still have work to do here in the U.S., especially in the south, where sexist/religion-based laws such as restricted access to abortions, restricted access to birth control, and abstinence-only sex education are still a problem.
User avatar #119 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
I almost forgot about those, good thinking. Yes those are still pending in some places. Not much you can do about religions, they're inherently sexist and people voluntarily take part so you can't really do something about that. But in general there's equal opportunities for a man and a woman of similar background so that's the most important thing.
User avatar #122 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I just think it's important that we continue working to make things better. Thanks for having this discussion with me!
#108 - I don't know man, a good number of these southern politicians …  [+] (6 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
#112 - John Cena (02/08/2015) [-]
Kek, blame women.
They are half the vote ya know.
User avatar #117 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Well, I think getting more women to vote would indeed help.
#109 - lardking (02/08/2015) [-]
but, a thing to note is that it's only on state level, not national

it's bad, but not as bad as we think
User avatar #111 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Right, it's definitely worse on the sate level. But there are a lot of people who live in those states, and they deserve equal protections too.
#114 - lardking (02/08/2015) [-]
that they do, and its an unfortunate product of some peoples belief that everyone should live the same way that they do.
User avatar #121 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Agreed. I hope we can work to make it a little better.
#104 - I agree that most people in our country believe in equality (o…  [+] (12 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Not fair 0
User avatar #107 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
You can't get rid of it any more than you can get rid of close mindedness and stupidity. There's not really much that can be done. It's also important to not it's not one sided.
User avatar #110 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Maybe we can't make it disappear completely, but if we can continue to work on lessening the effects of sexism, wouldn't that be worth it?
User avatar #116 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
There are four arguments against this.
Depends on how far you'd go.
There's a point where hate is hate and nothings gonna change that.
A person has a right to hate and love what they want.
Even if you remove their ability to express that hate openly they'll just use other means, internet, passive aggression, jobs, ect.
User avatar #120 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I would never advocate that we restrict anybody's free speech (as I agree with you that they will just find other ways to hate). I am more advocating that we work to repeal sexist laws and create a culture where people are less inclined to be sexist. I think a big part of the battle will be switching the rhetoric from "men vs. women" to "love vs. hate". I think both sides have been too hateful of the other, and that has prevented progress.
User avatar #123 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
I think the only problem state with the laws is (I wanna say Alabama) which has like 1 abortion clinic. As with Alabama and the rest of the states the people living their by majority accept that way of life. Women hold half the votes so if they didn't agree with how things were going they would have changed the laws.

So things like birth control and abortion aren't really "sexism" issues as much social issues.
User avatar #125 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I agree with the part about voting. A lot of people just straight-up don't vote which means their voices are not heard.

These laws are both social issues and sexist issues. The reason they are sexist is because the issues surrounding abortion and birth control take decision-making power away from women and their doctors and puts it in the hands of these religious politicians. In addition, these policies, especially when combined with abstinence-only education, lead to an increase in teen pregnancy rates. These young girls who become pregnant then have a much harder time entering the workforce or building a career for themselves because they now have to worry about a baby (which, let's face it, is a full time job even for two parents).
User avatar #126 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
Those politicians are voted in, if people don't vote they don't want their vote to be heard. Voting is one of the easiest things you can do, it's so easy I really want IDs to be required.

Even abstinence only education teaches to use condoms (not so much birth control but they do talk about it). They amounts at which they teach about condoms varies though and "abstinence only" becomes an umbrella term.

Beyond that sex education should be taught by parents as well, so this comes back to being a social issue.

You can call it a sexist issue but these politicians are voting for what the people wanted them in office for. If people disagree they can move are vote someone else in.

User avatar #148 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
We already have voter ID though; It's called registration. When I registered to vote, I had to provide two form of identification. There's no point in adding even more hurdles for people to cross, especially with voter turnout so low. Not to mention the fact that in-person vote fraud isn't really an issue. Absentee voting is more likely to have fraud.

Maybe there are some schools that teach proper condom use that some people refer to as abstinence-only, but those are not the schools that I am referring to. I am referring to the schools that teach purely abstinence-based sex ed. They are not very common up here in the north, but there are a decent number of them in the south.

I agree that parents should have a responsibility to teach their kids about safe sex, but unfortunately, there are too many parents out there who (for religious reasons or otherwise) refuse to teach safe sex to their kids.
User avatar #113 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
On the western world, it's as gone as it can get.
User avatar #115 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I can't speak for Europe, but I know we still have work to do here in the U.S., especially in the south, where sexist/religion-based laws such as restricted access to abortions, restricted access to birth control, and abstinence-only sex education are still a problem.
User avatar #119 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
I almost forgot about those, good thinking. Yes those are still pending in some places. Not much you can do about religions, they're inherently sexist and people voluntarily take part so you can't really do something about that. But in general there's equal opportunities for a man and a woman of similar background so that's the most important thing.
User avatar #122 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I just think it's important that we continue working to make things better. Thanks for having this discussion with me!
#101 - Where do you get the idea that everybody agrees with feminism?…  [+] (22 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Not fair -2
#103 - lardking (02/08/2015) [-]
most of the internet people are themselves inferior
most of the politicians are from the backwoods states with no real pull or power
User avatar #108 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I don't know man, a good number of these southern politicians who hold sexist views have a lot of power. Their power is evidenced in the various laws that have been passed in southern states such as restrictions on abortions, restrictions on birth control, and abstinence-only sex education, all of which hit men pretty hard too.
#112 - John Cena (02/08/2015) [-]
Kek, blame women.
They are half the vote ya know.
User avatar #117 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Well, I think getting more women to vote would indeed help.
#109 - lardking (02/08/2015) [-]
but, a thing to note is that it's only on state level, not national

it's bad, but not as bad as we think
User avatar #111 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Right, it's definitely worse on the sate level. But there are a lot of people who live in those states, and they deserve equal protections too.
#114 - lardking (02/08/2015) [-]
that they do, and its an unfortunate product of some peoples belief that everyone should live the same way that they do.
User avatar #121 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Agreed. I hope we can work to make it a little better.
User avatar #102 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
It's generally considered as a good thing. Personally I think it has gone bad as a movement, but most people don't get involved with actual feminist activism. They just know it means equality for women and they support that. Therefore there is a lot of effort going into making sure girls and women feel comfortable and empowered whilst the opposite does not exist.
Sexism will always be an issue though, can't get rid of that.
User avatar #104 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I agree that most people in our country believe in equality (or at least claim to). However, like you said, sexism will always be an issue, which means there is still work to be done.
User avatar #107 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
You can't get rid of it any more than you can get rid of close mindedness and stupidity. There's not really much that can be done. It's also important to not it's not one sided.
User avatar #110 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
Maybe we can't make it disappear completely, but if we can continue to work on lessening the effects of sexism, wouldn't that be worth it?
User avatar #116 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
There are four arguments against this.
Depends on how far you'd go.
There's a point where hate is hate and nothings gonna change that.
A person has a right to hate and love what they want.
Even if you remove their ability to express that hate openly they'll just use other means, internet, passive aggression, jobs, ect.
User avatar #120 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I would never advocate that we restrict anybody's free speech (as I agree with you that they will just find other ways to hate). I am more advocating that we work to repeal sexist laws and create a culture where people are less inclined to be sexist. I think a big part of the battle will be switching the rhetoric from "men vs. women" to "love vs. hate". I think both sides have been too hateful of the other, and that has prevented progress.
User avatar #123 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
I think the only problem state with the laws is (I wanna say Alabama) which has like 1 abortion clinic. As with Alabama and the rest of the states the people living their by majority accept that way of life. Women hold half the votes so if they didn't agree with how things were going they would have changed the laws.

So things like birth control and abortion aren't really "sexism" issues as much social issues.
User avatar #125 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I agree with the part about voting. A lot of people just straight-up don't vote which means their voices are not heard.

These laws are both social issues and sexist issues. The reason they are sexist is because the issues surrounding abortion and birth control take decision-making power away from women and their doctors and puts it in the hands of these religious politicians. In addition, these policies, especially when combined with abstinence-only education, lead to an increase in teen pregnancy rates. These young girls who become pregnant then have a much harder time entering the workforce or building a career for themselves because they now have to worry about a baby (which, let's face it, is a full time job even for two parents).
User avatar #126 - playerdous (02/08/2015) [-]
Those politicians are voted in, if people don't vote they don't want their vote to be heard. Voting is one of the easiest things you can do, it's so easy I really want IDs to be required.

Even abstinence only education teaches to use condoms (not so much birth control but they do talk about it). They amounts at which they teach about condoms varies though and "abstinence only" becomes an umbrella term.

Beyond that sex education should be taught by parents as well, so this comes back to being a social issue.

You can call it a sexist issue but these politicians are voting for what the people wanted them in office for. If people disagree they can move are vote someone else in.

User avatar #148 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
We already have voter ID though; It's called registration. When I registered to vote, I had to provide two form of identification. There's no point in adding even more hurdles for people to cross, especially with voter turnout so low. Not to mention the fact that in-person vote fraud isn't really an issue. Absentee voting is more likely to have fraud.

Maybe there are some schools that teach proper condom use that some people refer to as abstinence-only, but those are not the schools that I am referring to. I am referring to the schools that teach purely abstinence-based sex ed. They are not very common up here in the north, but there are a decent number of them in the south.

I agree that parents should have a responsibility to teach their kids about safe sex, but unfortunately, there are too many parents out there who (for religious reasons or otherwise) refuse to teach safe sex to their kids.
User avatar #113 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
On the western world, it's as gone as it can get.
User avatar #115 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I can't speak for Europe, but I know we still have work to do here in the U.S., especially in the south, where sexist/religion-based laws such as restricted access to abortions, restricted access to birth control, and abstinence-only sex education are still a problem.
User avatar #119 - undeadmaus (02/08/2015) [-]
I almost forgot about those, good thinking. Yes those are still pending in some places. Not much you can do about religions, they're inherently sexist and people voluntarily take part so you can't really do something about that. But in general there's equal opportunities for a man and a woman of similar background so that's the most important thing.
User avatar #122 - Deeticky (02/08/2015) [-]
I just think it's important that we continue working to make things better. Thanks for having this discussion with me!
#31 - They don't. That would be highly illegal. 02/07/2015 on Seriously Steve +1
#99 - Not to mention the fact that the beams did not have to melt in… 02/06/2015 on Investigate 3/11 +5
#98 - The planes hit pretty close to the top of the towers. The stee…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/06/2015 on Investigate 3/11 +12
User avatar #222 - kornonthecob (02/09/2015) [-]
These are pretty good points, I must admit. But there are many other questions that need to be answered, and things that were obviously lied about need to be brought up again. just to give an example, the 9/11 commission report. It is filled with false information. thank you for your straight forward answers.
User avatar #223 - Deeticky (02/09/2015) [-]
No problem, friend. I'm sure there's a lot more information out there that has not yet been revealed or may never be revealed. I guess we just have to try an learn from the past as best as we can.
User avatar #224 - kornonthecob (02/09/2015) [-]
oh yeah and you have a kickass avatar, just saying.
#115 - deathtofj (02/07/2015) [-]
Not to mention eyewitness accounts are usually inaccurate and considered a poor form of evidence. Plus people do just lie.
#58 - The main problem with this "best for the majority" m…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/05/2015 on Mitt Romney +1
User avatar #74 - obviousxplains (02/05/2015) [-]
not only that, but the majority is uninformed and doesnt know whats best for them sometimes.
im not saying im a political genius, but i know that 15$ minimum wage is retarded and will hurt the lower class
User avatar #75 - thewalruss (02/05/2015) [-]
Well, that's because the minorities in the US are, in fact, the majority (if you add them up)
#14 - Hmm... I don't know about that. There are all kinds of fat peo…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/01/2015 on Christ Pratt on weight loss +19
#65 - apurpleliger (02/01/2015) [-]
I'd still say it gives a good insight to their lifestyle, it just doesn't tell the whole story
#21 - John Cena (02/01/2015) [-]
Willpower is a hell of a drug.
User avatar #72 - hudis (02/01/2015) [-]
Willpower doesn't magically give you more than the 24 hours of the day.
#338 - By that logic, it's impossible for you to like anyone then. … 01/31/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
#336 - I could not find any article saying she "apologized"… 01/31/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
#335 - So you're saying that you and many others now think less of ga…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/31/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
User avatar #337 - toosexyforyou (01/31/2015) [-]
Because of the approval she got from the gay community.
User avatar #338 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
By that logic, it's impossible for you to like anyone then.

Take Ron Paul for instance, a lot of people on the internet love him, yet he's been outed as one of the most corrupt politicians in congress. Does that mean you dislike all of the Ron Paul supporters too?

What about members of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism)? They approve of the God of Abraham. yet according to scripture, that god killed many innocent people. Do you dislike all those people because of that?

My point is, people can still respect and celebrate a figurehead, even if they don't agree with everything that figurehead has done.
#330 - You have a right to your own feelings, but I recommend that yo…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/30/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
User avatar #333 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
My opinion (and many others) of gay people has gone significantly over this. Openly accepting blackmail in politics, what a joke.
User avatar #335 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
So you're saying that you and many others now think less of gay people because of the actions of just one woman?
User avatar #337 - toosexyforyou (01/31/2015) [-]
Because of the approval she got from the gay community.
User avatar #338 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
By that logic, it's impossible for you to like anyone then.

Take Ron Paul for instance, a lot of people on the internet love him, yet he's been outed as one of the most corrupt politicians in congress. Does that mean you dislike all of the Ron Paul supporters too?

What about members of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism)? They approve of the God of Abraham. yet according to scripture, that god killed many innocent people. Do you dislike all those people because of that?

My point is, people can still respect and celebrate a figurehead, even if they don't agree with everything that figurehead has done.
#329 - I doubt she has any intention of doing that. Perhaps the cheat…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/30/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
User avatar #332 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
She legit apologized for her actions, took back everything she said, and she said she only said it because she was under pressure.
User avatar #336 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
I could not find any article saying she "apologized". All I could find was an article saying that she "backed off" from making the threats after her lawyer advised her to do so, fearing a lawsuit for defamation.

Do you have a link to the article where she "apologizes" for what she said?
#327 - Also, calling the people who support her "online losers&q…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/30/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
User avatar #328 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
Everyone who supported what she just did disgusts me
User avatar #330 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
You have a right to your own feelings, but I recommend that you avoid name-calling. It does not contribute to the argument, and actually just makes your own arguments seem less credible.
User avatar #333 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
My opinion (and many others) of gay people has gone significantly over this. Openly accepting blackmail in politics, what a joke.
User avatar #335 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
So you're saying that you and many others now think less of gay people because of the actions of just one woman?
User avatar #337 - toosexyforyou (01/31/2015) [-]
Because of the approval she got from the gay community.
User avatar #338 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
By that logic, it's impossible for you to like anyone then.

Take Ron Paul for instance, a lot of people on the internet love him, yet he's been outed as one of the most corrupt politicians in congress. Does that mean you dislike all of the Ron Paul supporters too?

What about members of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism)? They approve of the God of Abraham. yet according to scripture, that god killed many innocent people. Do you dislike all those people because of that?

My point is, people can still respect and celebrate a figurehead, even if they don't agree with everything that figurehead has done.
#325 - She doesn't have to out them if they don't change their stance…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/30/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
User avatar #326 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
Good thing she was smart enough to apologize and take back everything she said right?
User avatar #329 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
I doubt she has any intention of doing that. Perhaps the cheating politicians should apologize to their spouses, and apologize to their constituents for failing to maintain the "traditional family values" that they hold so near and dear?
User avatar #332 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
She legit apologized for her actions, took back everything she said, and she said she only said it because she was under pressure.
User avatar #336 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
I could not find any article saying she "apologized". All I could find was an article saying that she "backed off" from making the threats after her lawyer advised her to do so, fearing a lawsuit for defamation.

Do you have a link to the article where she "apologizes" for what she said?
#318 - Perhaps, but if that's the case, she's not very good at politi…  [+] (14 new replies) 01/29/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
User avatar #321 - toosexyforyou (01/29/2015) [-]
Also, tell me how she's making a case with this. Say her coworkers don't change their stance and she has to out them. She will have to prove exactly how she knows for a fact that they were cheating on their spouse. How well do you think that will look?
User avatar #325 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
She doesn't have to out them if they don't change their stance though. She can choose to, but she doesn't have to. Like I said earlier, it's likely that she's just using the threat of outing the cheaters as a rhetorical argument against the "sanctity" of marriage.
User avatar #326 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
Good thing she was smart enough to apologize and take back everything she said right?
User avatar #329 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
I doubt she has any intention of doing that. Perhaps the cheating politicians should apologize to their spouses, and apologize to their constituents for failing to maintain the "traditional family values" that they hold so near and dear?
User avatar #332 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
She legit apologized for her actions, took back everything she said, and she said she only said it because she was under pressure.
User avatar #336 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
I could not find any article saying she "apologized". All I could find was an article saying that she "backed off" from making the threats after her lawyer advised her to do so, fearing a lawsuit for defamation.

Do you have a link to the article where she "apologizes" for what she said?
User avatar #319 - toosexyforyou (01/29/2015) [-]
This news report is clearly putting her on a bad light to anyone that matters. Sure she's got the popularity of the online losers but what does that matter? Anyone in her field of work would be stupid to be near her after finding out she'd stoop this low.
User avatar #327 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
Also, calling the people who support her "online losers" does not make it true.
User avatar #328 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
Everyone who supported what she just did disgusts me
User avatar #330 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
You have a right to your own feelings, but I recommend that you avoid name-calling. It does not contribute to the argument, and actually just makes your own arguments seem less credible.
User avatar #333 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
My opinion (and many others) of gay people has gone significantly over this. Openly accepting blackmail in politics, what a joke.
User avatar #335 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
So you're saying that you and many others now think less of gay people because of the actions of just one woman?
User avatar #337 - toosexyforyou (01/31/2015) [-]
Because of the approval she got from the gay community.
User avatar #338 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
By that logic, it's impossible for you to like anyone then.

Take Ron Paul for instance, a lot of people on the internet love him, yet he's been outed as one of the most corrupt politicians in congress. Does that mean you dislike all of the Ron Paul supporters too?

What about members of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism)? They approve of the God of Abraham. yet according to scripture, that god killed many innocent people. Do you dislike all those people because of that?

My point is, people can still respect and celebrate a figurehead, even if they don't agree with everything that figurehead has done.
#195 - Let's be fair here. If it were actual blackmail, she wouldn't …  [+] (16 new replies) 01/28/2015 on rekdify the situation 0
User avatar #196 - toosexyforyou (01/28/2015) [-]
Or she doesn't realize the consequences of her actions.
User avatar #318 - Deeticky (01/29/2015) [-]
Perhaps, but if that's the case, she's not very good at political strategy. I expect that is not the case.
User avatar #321 - toosexyforyou (01/29/2015) [-]
Also, tell me how she's making a case with this. Say her coworkers don't change their stance and she has to out them. She will have to prove exactly how she knows for a fact that they were cheating on their spouse. How well do you think that will look?
User avatar #325 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
She doesn't have to out them if they don't change their stance though. She can choose to, but she doesn't have to. Like I said earlier, it's likely that she's just using the threat of outing the cheaters as a rhetorical argument against the "sanctity" of marriage.
User avatar #326 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
Good thing she was smart enough to apologize and take back everything she said right?
User avatar #329 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
I doubt she has any intention of doing that. Perhaps the cheating politicians should apologize to their spouses, and apologize to their constituents for failing to maintain the "traditional family values" that they hold so near and dear?
User avatar #332 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
She legit apologized for her actions, took back everything she said, and she said she only said it because she was under pressure.
User avatar #336 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
I could not find any article saying she "apologized". All I could find was an article saying that she "backed off" from making the threats after her lawyer advised her to do so, fearing a lawsuit for defamation.

Do you have a link to the article where she "apologizes" for what she said?
User avatar #319 - toosexyforyou (01/29/2015) [-]
This news report is clearly putting her on a bad light to anyone that matters. Sure she's got the popularity of the online losers but what does that matter? Anyone in her field of work would be stupid to be near her after finding out she'd stoop this low.
User avatar #327 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
Also, calling the people who support her "online losers" does not make it true.
User avatar #328 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
Everyone who supported what she just did disgusts me
User avatar #330 - Deeticky (01/30/2015) [-]
You have a right to your own feelings, but I recommend that you avoid name-calling. It does not contribute to the argument, and actually just makes your own arguments seem less credible.
User avatar #333 - toosexyforyou (01/30/2015) [-]
My opinion (and many others) of gay people has gone significantly over this. Openly accepting blackmail in politics, what a joke.
User avatar #335 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
So you're saying that you and many others now think less of gay people because of the actions of just one woman?
User avatar #337 - toosexyforyou (01/31/2015) [-]
Because of the approval she got from the gay community.
User avatar #338 - Deeticky (01/31/2015) [-]
By that logic, it's impossible for you to like anyone then.

Take Ron Paul for instance, a lot of people on the internet love him, yet he's been outed as one of the most corrupt politicians in congress. Does that mean you dislike all of the Ron Paul supporters too?

What about members of the Abrahamic religions (Christianity, Islam, Judaism)? They approve of the God of Abraham. yet according to scripture, that god killed many innocent people. Do you dislike all those people because of that?

My point is, people can still respect and celebrate a figurehead, even if they don't agree with everything that figurehead has done.
#250 - So... Does that mean Apple and their products are Chinese too?  [+] (1 new reply) 01/28/2015 on World history 0
#251 - noonelikesdan (01/28/2015) [-]
Yeah basically. Though with most of these italian things they are owned by audi and made by audi but just have a an italien name etc

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