Those who argue for choice in the abortion debate, along with those in favour of marriage freedom, may have a point - the government really has no right to get involved in either of these areas (depending on whether you believe life begins at conception or not, but that's another debate). However, I have to enquire as to the real reasons some people might have (particularly people on the left) for supporting abortion and marriage rights. This is because a lot of these people are also in favour of many incursions into civil liberties.
Many in favour of abortion and marriage freedom are not in favour of:
- Right to work
- Drug legalisation
- Full firearm legalisation
- Education freedom
- Legalising the competing currency (going back to the Gold standard)
- Free market economics in general
If you are one of these people, can you justify citing libertarian principles in your support for abortion and marriage rights yet ignoring libertarian principles in more politically unfashionable areas?
by emdi7 years ago
Let us have a discussion on this topic.
by Tom Cornett7 years ago
Because.....If liberal progressives are for abortion and gay marriage, then it makes sense that mostly progressive liberals will most often enact those rights...far more than conservatives.Which means...there will be...
by SparklingJewel8 years ago
Though this is still in the religion forum, it is also a political issue and a spiritual issue (which to me has some additional/different attributes than as a religious issue)As a spiritual issue, for me, believing what...
by Sooner284 years ago
The anti-equality side is arguing against marriage equality by claiming (1) homosexuals can't procreation (2) kids with homosexual parents turn out badly.(1) ProcreationThis is technically true. A homosexual...
by SparklingJewel7 years ago
regardless of where one stands on the abortion issue...how could any American citizen stand for allowing their tax dollars or be forced in their work ethic to be used for something that is against their deepest...
by mio cid5 years ago
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