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Rtael
Oct 9th, 2004, 02:52 PM
Answer the Questions! :p


What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

GBFH
Oct 9th, 2004, 02:55 PM
gun control - i live in texas, does that answer the question? :p

abortion - i'm all for it, but if i was in that situation, i don't know if i could do it.

gay marriage - once again, all for it.

war in iraq - don't know a lot about it. feel bad about them dying, but so long as it's all-volunteer, they know what they're getting in to.

election 2004 - not registered to vote, so my opinion doesn't count...but i'd vote for bush; edit: if i were registered, my vote would be for bush. kinda confusing answer there :lol:

stem cell research - uh....what??

Rtael
Oct 9th, 2004, 02:55 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

For complete restriction of private firearm ownership.

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

Politically I think it said be legal in all cases. Personally I think I'd have a hard time befriending anyone who has had one, except in cases where the pregnancy endangered the mother's life.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

For. Duh. Though I don't think it's necessarily as big a deal as some are making it out to be, the legal/economic/etc. benefits should be available to gays.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

Against. Period.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

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What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

For.

GBFH
Oct 9th, 2004, 02:58 PM
what is the purpose of stem cell research? :confused:

Kart
Oct 9th, 2004, 03:00 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

I don't understand why people feel the need to have guns in their homes but I appreciate I don't live in the USA. FOR.

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

FOR.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

FOR.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

At the time I was undecided. Now it's time to leave. AGAINST.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

Rock and hard place.

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

FOR.

Hulet
Oct 9th, 2004, 03:15 PM
Gun control? I am against it. Everyone should have the right to be armed the way they see fit if they chose to.

Abortion? I am against it in almost all situations except where the life of the mother is threatened if she gives birth.

Gay Marriage? Much ado about nothing. IMO, society should move to abolish all kinds of marriages. In my ideal world, there won't be any institutions like family, marriage, etc. Sort of like the anarchist world in a Ursula LeGuin's "The Dispossessed".

The War in Iraq? The most unjust war in my life time. Thinking about all the dead civilians makes me "scowl".

Election 2004? Hopefully Americans will choose what is right for the rest of the world. But, I think that is a hopeless hope.

Stem Cell Research? Don't know much about it to say if I am for or against it, but since I am against abortion, I have a feeling I will be against SCR.

OUT!
Oct 9th, 2004, 03:33 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control? For - I'm European http://wtaworld.com/ubb/tongue.gif

What's your stand on ... Abortion? Pro-Choice

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage? Pro civil contract more

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? Support Bush and Blair

What's your stand on ... Election 2004? Kerry please

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research? For

esquímaux
Oct 9th, 2004, 04:19 PM
gun control - i live in texas, does that answer the question? :p;)

Gun Control - What control?

Abortion - Yes!

Gay Marriage - Not for it, not against it.

War in Iraq - What war?

Election 2004 - Kerry

Stem Cell Research - Now please.

James
Oct 9th, 2004, 04:34 PM
Gun control: All for it, it is pathetic the right to carry a firearm is in the US constitution. A gun should be carried by those who need to use it professionally only.
Abortion: For, but with limitations. Alternative options such as giving the child up for adoption should be considered first.
Gay marriage: For it, gay people should have the same rights attached to marriage as heterosexuals
War in Iraq: Did an do not support it. Have a double feeling though, as I am happy that Saddam is gone. The chaos that replaced his reign however has even made the situation worse for the Iraqi people.
Election 2004: In support of Kerry, because Bush is far too conservative for me. His eagerness to go to war (for no good reason) is also not a plus for George.
Stem Cell Research: If this research is aimed at finding cures for diseases, I'm for it. I'm not for attempts to create the perfect human being excluding certain groups.

jenny161185
Oct 9th, 2004, 04:39 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control? why do so many Americans need to have guns?

What's your stand on ... Abortion?
Women should have the choice I think
What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage? Let people be happy and dont judge , all for it.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? get the troops out immediately

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?
Bush for one more term then let Hillary take over and rule USA as first female president!
What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research? dont know much about it so???

Helen Lawson
Oct 9th, 2004, 04:58 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

I'm not into guns, I get drunk too much and take too many yellow ones to have a gun around the house. Jess and Floyd didn't care for guns either. I think guns are sort of low-budget. Anyway, because I don't want a gun, I don't care what the laws are.

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

Well, it's very dangerous, very illegal, and it can create a scandal if the papers get hold of it. Isn't it just easier to marry the creep or take a "vacation" "out of town" like in the sixth month and then just come home with the baby and claim you found it at an "orphanage" and you "adopted" it? That's how it's done in Hollywood, folks, and if it's good enough for movie stars, it's good enough for you.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

Since I have no interest in marrying a woman, I don't care what happens. I only care about issues that have a direct impact on my life. I don't approve of shacking up, though, it's very immoral, so gays should be allowed to marry because then they wouldn't have to shack up and live in sin.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

That USO tour was hard as hell and I got paid very little, and I had to do the whole year tour of duty with Neely!! How do you think I feel?

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

I can't get straight who's running. Neely might know that one guy because he was on the Addams' Family when she was married to Gomez. I'm not sure who that other guy is on stage with him. I'm not going to vote for the one who lisps, but I like Southern men, so maybe I'll go that route. I have like a year to decide.

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

Given I've chainsmoked since the 1930's, drink many bottles of champagne each day, and take many, many yellow pills each day, and am 86 years old, basically anything with a chance of extending my life I'm for.

Princess Fiona
Oct 9th, 2004, 05:07 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

-- I don't like guns at all (well, I do like them in biathlon... :o ;) )

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

-- I'm not saying that I especially like the idea (aargh *wishes for better wording*) but I do consider myself to be pro-choice. I can't imagine how awful it must be to come to this decision...

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

-- Absolutely - why not? What is the problem if two people love each other and want to make this commitment to each other...

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

-- I am happy that Saddam Hussein has gone (he absolutely needed to go) but it absolutely tears me apart to see what is happening there right now and to think of the lives that have been lost. I wish I had the answer to this...

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

-- I hope America will make the right choice...

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

-- I'm afraid I don't really know enough about this... :o

Andy T
Oct 9th, 2004, 05:14 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control? - totally for the most stringent controls possible

What's your stand on ... Abortion? it's a woman's right to choose.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage? Marriage should be an institution open to any couple be they hettie or homo

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? against it but the UN now needs to take over and help the Iraqi people get back on their feet.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004? Anyone's better than GWB

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research? - not sure.

DevilishAttitude
Oct 9th, 2004, 06:38 PM
Gun Control - shouldn't be able to buy :mad:
Abortion - should only happen if your under 16 or have been raped :o
Gay Marriage - don't really agree with it ;)
Iraq - Should never have been started it was run better under Saddam :eek:
Election - anybody but Bush :devil:
Stem cell Research - :confused: :(

Bacardi
Oct 9th, 2004, 07:03 PM
Gun Control, certain measures need to be in place. No more trading/buying/selling of guns at flea markets or gun shows without proper ID check. Also assault weapons should be banned forever.

Abortion, should be allowed because not everyone can aford a screw up they make early in life. Also teens shouldn't have to get parental permission before getting one.

The War is the dumbest thing yet, it's cost us more in terms of lives of lost US fighters and lost Iraqi's than Saddam would have killed over the next 20 years.

Election 2004, Kerry is my man. I hope he certainly beats Bush. Everyone in the world can agree a change is in order. Hope is on the way with Kerry/Edwards.

Stem Cell research, I am completely for. If people are going to have abortions and kill the babies anyway, why not take that life and make another life out of it. This could help diabetics (and it's sad to see a young child suffering from this), paraliyzed individuals, and also many other disease and genetic defects. I believe that it's not a thing of the devil, because if god didn't want us to have this knowledge he wouldn't have given it to the scientists to begin with.

Most importantly, Gay Marriage, should be ALLOWED. A marriage should be defined as a union between two people that LOVE EACH OTHER. Love knows no bounds but unfortunately the Holy Rollers are living back about 500 years ago. I think they are angry our marriages would out last their cheating affair filled ones. Gay couples should have the right to marriage, and also benefits. 'Nuff Said!

Bacardi
Oct 9th, 2004, 07:08 PM
what is the purpose of stem cell research? :confused:

It's been proven to help cure such defects in babies as diabetes, and other genetic defects. Also there is hope, as research has shown in rats it helps with heart problems, paralyzed individuals, and basically anything else. The purpose of it is either we allow it, or once again another part of the world advances in a science we weren't allowed to.

I have a cousin with diabetes, she's suffered from it since she was 10, if she could be cured I'm all for it. Hell people have abortions anyway, why not use that life to create and give a life back to someone who otherwise will die early or not live a full and happy existance?

Martian Willow
Oct 9th, 2004, 07:21 PM
I'm in favour. :)

!<blocparty>!
Oct 9th, 2004, 07:32 PM
What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? Support Bush and Blair


:tape: :p

What's your stand on ... Gun Control? For.

What's your stand on ... Abortion?Against. It shouldnt happen.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage? For.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? Against. He couldnt care less about the iraq people. *cough* oil *cough*

What's your stand on ... Election 2004? Anyone except Bush

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research? For.

please note, this is all IN MY OPINION. So it would be dumb to bad rep me coz you didnt agree. You wont change how i feel. thanks :)

skanky~skanketta
Oct 9th, 2004, 07:54 PM
i'm FOR everything but the war in iraq.

DevilishAttitude
Oct 9th, 2004, 09:26 PM
[QUOTE=OUT!]

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? Support Bush and Blair

:cuckoo: :cuckoo: :bs: :o :rolleyes:

So you like the fact that lots of people are getting killed every day, hostages are being beheaded and that Iraq is lawless

If you are then your insane :fiery:

*abby*
Oct 9th, 2004, 09:37 PM
gun control-shud be made far less accessible definately
abortion-about as far against it as u can get
gay marriage-not bothered
war-supported it at first bt now its gettin stoopid (hate tony blair)
election-bush....but only cos hes short an funny an makes up words lol
stem cell research-wrong.wrong.wrong stop playin god!!!

Barrie_Dude
Oct 9th, 2004, 09:50 PM
Answer the Questions! :p


What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?
Gun Control: I think that the laws that we already have should be enforced more strictly. If you provide a gun illeagelly to someone and it is used in a crime, you are an accessory and should be prosecuted. The problem with new gun laws is that the people that are paying fpr them and complying with the laws are the responsible gun owners. The big problem is the people that have no respect for the law. These people are not complying now, nore will they in the future.

Abortion: From a leagal standpoint I am all for it. I do have a problem with people that use it as a form of birth control because it is a bit extreme.

Gay Marriage: I am all for it

War In Iraq: I think it needed to happen as it was not Sadamm that worried me, but his sons. They make sadamm look like a boy scout. I do not agree with the way it was handled as I think that Rumsfeld made a mess out of it.

Election: I vote for Bush, but in saying so I must also state that it will not make much difference either way as you have a couple of rich guys that are out to take care of themselves and their buddies first.

Stem Cell Research: I am all for it

Berlin_Calling
Oct 9th, 2004, 10:32 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?
Fuck the NRA. Guns in homes are unnecessary.

What's your stand on ... Abortion?
Most of my girl friends would kill me for this, but Im pro-life. Even if a woman was raped, she could take the morning-after pill which prevents the eggs from being fertilized.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?
Blah, still dont really agree with it. But I guess I will be more accepting of it when I get used to the idea more.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?
Im not particularly for the war but Im not totally against it either.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?
Go BUSH

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?
Havent really thought about it. Not as big an issue or as controversial as other things going on today.

Barrie_Dude
Oct 9th, 2004, 10:38 PM
[QUOTE=OUT!]

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? Support Bush and Blair

:cuckoo: :cuckoo: :bs: :o :rolleyes:

So you like the fact that lots of people are getting killed every day, hostages are being beheaded and that Iraq is lawless

If you are then your insane :fiery:Soooooo, the people being beheaded are the fault of Bush and Blair? And, of course, the only people killing anyone overthere are Bush lackeys! And Sadamms way of doing things was soooooo much better! Why, his goverment was the very model of a humanitarian goverment! :cuckoo: Lets face it, u are the victim of manirulation of a liberal media!

CJ07
Oct 9th, 2004, 11:28 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?
For

What's your stand on ... Abortion?
Against

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?
Against

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?
Against, but its too late now, for Bush

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?
Personally I don't like either of them

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?
Tricky one, only against already abortet fetuses, don't make it an incentive to kill babies (not that they are, just saying)

OUT!
Oct 9th, 2004, 11:43 PM
[QUOTE=OUT!]

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? Support Bush and Blair

:cuckoo: :cuckoo: :bs: :o :rolleyes:

So you like the fact that lots of people are getting killed every day, hostages are being beheaded and that Iraq is lawless

If you are then your insane :fiery:May I suggest you open a bank account and invest in a crash course in common courtesy before you answer any of my posts in future. :rolleyes:

No of course I do not agree with the atrocities committed in Iraq but I didn't particuarly like the tyrannical dictator who ruled that country, who murdered countless Iraqis, and who committed genocidal crimes either. Let's wait and see how Iraq will fair after elections and reconstrcuction, before making rash conclusions and writing the country off.

OUT!
Oct 9th, 2004, 11:45 PM
Soooooo, the people being beheaded are the fault of Bush and Blair? And, of course, the only people killing anyone overthere are Bush lackeys! And Sadamms way of doing things was soooooo much better! Why, his goverment was the very model of a humanitarian goverment! :cuckoo: Lets face it, u are the victim of manirulation of a liberal media!:worship: :worship: :worship:

OUT!
Oct 9th, 2004, 11:53 PM
:tape: :p
Tim you meanie - you encouraged the troll in this thread.

I Love Sharapova
Oct 9th, 2004, 11:56 PM
Gun Control?

I am from Texas,so guess what my opinion is of gun control. :lol: :lol:

Abortion?

This is somewhat of a sore subject with me. While I certainly believe that abortion should be allowed in rape and life and death cases, I do not think that abortion should ever be an option for someone who just "doesn't want a child," or "cannot handle a child." :mad: A person should be held reliable for ones choices.

Let me ask all of you a question. How many geniuses have been aborted?Probably more than anyone would like to admit.

Gay Marriage?

I am not even going to address this other than saying that I do not believe in it.

War in Iraq?

I am not really for it. I do,however,think that the world is better off without Saddam Hussein. I think that since we are there,we need to stay the course and finish it.

Election 2004?

I think it is a joke. We have a couple of choices which are not really choices at all.

Stem Cell Research?

I,even though I am spiritual quasi-religious, believe that stem cell research is a good thing. Bush is the first President to ever even address the issue. I think his policies towards it are somewhat stringent but at least it is a start.

papasmurf11
Oct 10th, 2004, 02:02 AM
Gun Control/No
Abortion/yes
Gay Marriage/ yes they deserve the same rights as everybody else homosexuals cannot help there sexual preference.
War in Iraq/ sorta i used to but not its getting riddiculous.
Election 2004/ I really want Kerry to win.
Stem Cell research/yes

I Love Sharapova
Oct 10th, 2004, 07:14 AM
Some of you seem somewhat hesitant to reply to this thread. :devil: :o Don't be shy now!! :p

bionic71
Oct 10th, 2004, 07:29 AM
Gun Control? No Guns.

Abortion? A womans right (I am disgusted that it is used as a form of contraception in some cases, but this is an unfortunate by-product. Woman seeking an abortion should not be placed into one basket, there is a multitude of individual reasons for termination)

Gay Marriage? Symbolically essentially. Gay people are not second rate citizens and if they desire to marry they should be afforded the opportunity.

The war in Iraq? A mess.

Election 2004? Remove Bush

Stem Cell Research? Potentially wonderful under strict regulartory guidelines.

Bjorkman_Girl
Oct 10th, 2004, 08:05 AM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control? For it. We have it in Australia... well, we're trying to make it work!

What's your stand on ... Abortion? For it. Otherwise there could be a heap of unwanted children in the world. Well, more than there is already. But it should be allowed.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage? Bring it on! G+L people should be able to feel comfortable and part of the community

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? Pfft. Does 1000 dead Americans not signify anything. I don't like it, but something has to be done over there.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004? Whoever wins, you guys are still gonna have a leader with the most bizarre facial expressions :lol: but... anyone but Bush. Someone capable of cleaning up his mess in a sensible way. I'm glad I'm on the other side of the world... though our PM is stuck up your Presidents ass right now... esp after being reelected yesterday :mad:

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research? For it.

:rolleyes: Hoping your election doesnt go the same way as ours did... but I'm probably hoping in vain :rolleyes:

njguido11
Oct 10th, 2004, 09:00 AM
GUn COntrol- for it
Abortion - def dont like it but think in some extreme cases yes it should be allowed. Those who use it as birth control though are just sick and people who support partial birth abortions are the same ( DOes anyone else find it ironic these same people who support partial birth abortion are the people fighting too save every last carabou and whatever species)
GayMarriage- dont believe they should take the word marriage but that they should have the same legal rights and come up with a word to mean the same thing basically
Iraq- Best friend is over their. not happy he is there at all.. BUt says the progress hes seen since jan with the people has been phenomenal and the people are headed in the right direction if its so slowly. so i support it
Election 2004- BUsh the so called arrogant one ( hah are we lookin at the same 2 men)
Stem Cell- I saw an expert on this the other day i personally dont know shit about it. But he said that the cure for alzheimers is probably 100 yrs away and that this will not even help the cause. Its just an issue brought up by the dems to get people against BUSH

decemberlove
Oct 10th, 2004, 09:10 AM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

i love guns.

there are some sick fucks out there. i just don't trust only cops & military to carry guns. it's VERY easy to become a cop and still be a fucking psycho. just cos you pass an easy intelligence test, a physical test, and a bullshit psych test that any sociopath could outwit, doesn't mean you should have the priviledge to carry a gun over any other citizen that gets a license.

as an independent woman, i like to feel secure by having something other than pepperspray on me at all times.


What's your stand on ... Abortion?

100% pro-choice. it's a personal decision...

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

another personal decision.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

originally against, but now that we are there i understand that we have the finish the job. we just have to be tolerant and patient. we need to fix the education system there, thou.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

we're fucked either way.

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

for.

DevilishAttitude
Oct 10th, 2004, 09:58 AM
Soooooo, the people being beheaded are the fault of Bush and Blair? And, of course, the only people killing anyone overthere are Bush lackeys! And Sadamms way of doing things was soooooo much better! Why, his goverment was the very model of a humanitarian goverment! :cuckoo: Lets face it, u are the victim of manirulation of a liberal media!

Saddam was a terrible dictator but Iraq is no better off at the moment than they were when he was in power

And Bush and Blair have some fault for the beheadings. Yes the people doing this are digusting horrific people but if they hadn't started the war these sort of things wouldn't be affecting us :sad:

DevilishAttitude
Oct 10th, 2004, 10:00 AM
May I suggest you open a bank account and invest in a crash course in common courtesy before you answer any of my posts in future. :rolleyes:

No of course I do not agree with the atrocities committed in Iraq but I didn't particuarly like the tyrannical dictator who ruled that country, who murdered countless Iraqis, and who committed genocidal crimes either. Let's wait and see how Iraq will fair after elections and reconstrcuction, before making rash conclusions and writing the country off.

Well I do agree about Saddam
But theres too many terrorists in Iraq to make it safe and peaceful country. IMO it could take years :(

Mariangelina
Oct 10th, 2004, 11:02 AM
Gun control- I'm sorry, but having guns in one's home and such causes more deaths than it prevents, and most people are far too stupid to deal with a potentially lethal weapon. I am personally quite frightened and paranoid when I enter the US and realise almost anyone could be owning a gun. I don't think citizens should be allowed to have guns except in very special cases. And "the right to bear arms"? When that was enacted, there was often danger of war on home soil, the frequent potential to have large and dangerous animals attacking one's log cabin, and the guns back then were anemic things that had to be reloaded all the time, not automatic weapons.

Abortion- I have my qualms about abortion and would not do it myself, but I very firmly believe that every woman has the right to make that choice herself.

Same-sex marriage-Don't y'all know already? :p For those unfamiliar with my rantings, two adults who love each other should certainly be able to be married by the state. The various churches can marry or refuse to marry whoever they like, but they should not influence the state on marriage. No one has forced the Catholic Church to marry divorced people when it doesn't want to- most think it's a stupid rule, but that's the Church's right. No one will force them to marry homosexuals. I also believe that in sixty years I will be telling my astonished grandchildren that when I was a young girl, I thought I might not be able to get married, and they'll gawk and either not believe me and think this is a "I had to walk through six feet of snow" old lady story, or be amazed at how rotten society was that people would think God supported discrimination. :lol: I'm imagining myself as a grandma... :haha:

The war in Iraq- A massive screwup based on bad intelligence, (of both varieties :lol: ) trigger-happiness, and wishful thinking that will probably take decades to straighten out and will only inflame anti-American feelings in the Middle East over the long run.

Election 2004- Kerry all the way.

Stem cell research- all the way. I think it's going to turn out to be a great medical discovery. And those who truly, deeply believe abortion is murder (though I disagree, I respect their feelings) in the case of stem cells, the "death" has already happened, and abortions are going to keep happening. If you feel that the fetus has been "murdered", wouldn't it be respectful to use them to help someone else who is suffering? From the "abortion is murder" viewpoint, I can't see it as much different from organ transplantation from a cadaver. And from my own viewpoint, I see an embryo as not yet a living person, but the potential for one. There arises my qualms- it feels like a waste of this potential. But stem cell research, if properly exercised, would take this potential for life and use it to save or improve the quality of the life of someone else, therefore somehow exercising its potential, as well as possibly saving someone else's life.

If you haven't guessed, Mariangelina is a "bleeding-heart liberal," and she's damn proud. Laugh at my opinions if you like, it is your right, but I decree that I may smite you in future. :smash: :lol:

CC
Oct 10th, 2004, 06:17 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?
Leave it to the police/protectors etc. I'm not even sure if hunting should be allowed - find a less vile hobby. But if the hunters feel they must, they must. Personally having a gun in my possession would be pointless. I could never shoot someone. I'm a pacifist. Shhh ...

What's your stand on ... Abortion?
Let the woman decide. I'm sure it is a very very traumatic decision to make so I don't think we should judge or heap on a barage of guilt on the person faced with it. None of us is infallible; let's try to do away with a little bit of the hypocrisy.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?
I don't think I should place restrictions on others based on my views.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?
Enter/start a war as a last resort, with good strategy to lessen civilian casualty and succeed, for a legitimate reason to defend what's right and just, and without corrupt ulterior motives. Finish what you've started, but admit to mistakes in judgment and rectify the problems as quickly as possible. Don't exchange one form of oppression for another out of stubbornness.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?
No man is an island. Bush needs to go.

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?
I suppose if it will advance medicine it is a good thing, but we need checks and balances. Greedy people will make sure we become sickened by the whole idea in time though.

Pengwin
Oct 10th, 2004, 06:21 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

Ban guns

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

Ban abortion unless it's from incest

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

Ban it as I don't think there's any point in it

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

Against

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

Blair will get another term

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

If it helps us of course we should do it

mboyle
Oct 10th, 2004, 06:31 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?
It does nothing. Absolutely nothing. Other than trigger locks, which prevent little children from shooting themselves. But otherwise, it is all about making the liberals feel good by eusurping citizens' rights and making big government even bigger.


What's your stand on ... Abortion?
Murdering people is wrong.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?
As long as you marry no more than one person, I don't care if that person is a man or a woman.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?
Thank god we got rid of Saddam. If we hadn't, we really could have had a world war three. Remember, if we had done something similar in 1933/1934, WWII would have been prevented. SO STOP COMPLAINING!

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?
Kerry is a loser and a half. Seriously, I can't even look at a picture of him w/o feeling naucious.

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?
Don't know enough about it, but, from what I know, it sounds like a good idea that could easily be abused.

I Love Sharapova
Oct 10th, 2004, 11:49 PM
What's your stand on ... Election 2004? Whoever wins, you guys are still gonna have a leader with the most bizarre facial expressions :lol:


http://www.hermes-press.com/WMSB.jpg :eek: :eek: :bolt: :scared: :scared:

Shane54
Oct 10th, 2004, 11:55 PM
Gun Control - F@#$ Rosie! Every Law abiding citizen should have the right to protect themselves. "Criminals prefer unarmed victims"

Abortion - only for cases of incest or rape and in the first trimester. TOTALLY against partial birth-DISGUSTING!

Gay Marriage- No comment. Too long of a discussion

War in Iraq - Believe Iran was a greater threat. But will support my President's decision. Rice, Cheney, Powell have more info. that public does not know. Michael Moore is a fat idiot.

Election 2004- Bush/Cheney 2004. Kerry is very weak. Does not stand for anything . Wishy washy. Charlie Brown becomes a real boy.

Stem Cell- I disagree with Bush on this one. But I believe in putting strict limits.

Barrie_Dude
Oct 12th, 2004, 05:32 PM
Saddam was a terrible dictator but Iraq is no better off at the moment than they were when he was in power

And Bush and Blair have some fault for the beheadings. Yes the people doing this are digusting horrific people but if they hadn't started the war these sort of things wouldn't be affecting us :sad:Excuse Me? Where The Hell Have You Been? These Are The Same Sort Of People That Brought Us 9/11! They are looking for any oppurtunity to attack the USA. And to say that they would not be doing this if it were not for the war is completly retarted! Get your head out of the clouds and take a look at the world for the way it really is and not for the way you'd like it to be!

DevilishAttitude
Oct 12th, 2004, 05:57 PM
Excuse Me? Where The Hell Have You Been? These Are The Same Sort Of People That Brought Us 9/11! They are looking for any oppurtunity to attack the USA. And to say that they would not be doing this if it were not for the war is completly retarted! Get your head out of the clouds and take a look at the world for the way it really is and not for the way you'd like it to be!

They might be the same sort of people who attacked you on 9/11 then but were you hearing of any american being beheaded before your country went to war with Iraq. The main terrorist Bin Laden is still out there with his group yet your country go to war with someone who while sick and evil had no plans to attack the world. I don't expect to agree with any of what I've put down but I've not got my head in the clouds :rolleyes:

nash
Oct 12th, 2004, 06:21 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control? Certain weapons should be controlled,
but not all by any means.

What's your stand on ... Abortion? Opposed to it.

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage? Opposed to it.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq? We need to finish this and get out.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004? Bush all the way.

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research? Opposed to it.

Barrie_Dude
Oct 12th, 2004, 06:24 PM
They might be the same sort of people who attacked you on 9/11 then but were you hearing of any american being beheaded before your country went to war with Iraq.:rolleyes:Don't be so sure about that!:rolleyes:

Chrissie-fan
Oct 12th, 2004, 07:45 PM
What's your stand on ... Gun Control?

- The rights of innocent victims are more important than the rights of whoever thinks it's cool to play John Wayne. But business is business,and the allmighty dollar rules.

What's your stand on ... Abortion?

- Let the woman decide. On the other hand (leaving aside rape of course) why not make sure that you don't get pregnant (not so difficult these days),to avoid having to make such a traumatic descision?

What's your stand on ... Gay Marriage?

- Who am I to deny two people their happiness? It's none of my business,so I would say "go ahead" to those so inclined.

What's your stand on ... The war in Iraq?

- See my answer to the Gun Control question.

What's your stand on ... Election 2004?

- I would vote for Kerry,or rather against Bush. I'm not sure it will make much of a difference though,at least not as far as Iraq is concerned.

What's your stand on ... Stem Cell Research?

- Don't have an informed enough opinion about it.

Justeenium
Jan 1st, 2005, 04:19 AM
damn, I reread this thread and its full of european hypocrisy. Its your opinion to be against gun ownership but the reasons they use for it will conflict with some of their other views.

greenfunkTHREE.
Jan 1st, 2005, 05:03 AM
gay marriage!! then i can married :D:D:D

JenFan75
Jan 1st, 2005, 10:16 AM
Gun Control- You can't really get rid of guns...and you can't really control them very well so I don't really have much of a stance.
Abortion-For
Gay Marriage-For
War in Iraq- I could care less.
Election 2004- Bush is a fun president. Not a great president, but he's amusing.
Stem Cell- I don't really have a stance on this.