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SoldierUSArmy
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NDECD1441
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Make the asking of the question "Where are your parents?" a federal crime as it is a violation of an

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Started: 12/20/2017 Category: Politics
Updated: 6 months ago Status: Debating Period
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SoldierUSArmy

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The asking of any adult this question "Where are your parents?" is a very serious violation of any individual human being privacy and the asking of it must be made a federal crime. It is torture and interrogation and it is often done by policemen on the street. It is not a good deed at all and many people get uptight and aggressive about it. If there are no jobs , then the Work Progress Administration should be revived to reduce homelessness and unemployment. This question usually hurts the subject's parents as well as the subject who is being asked.
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Posted by Debating_Horse 6 months ago
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So if an adult asks a child "where are your parents" you think that the phrase is criminal and should be a crime to make such a statement?
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