only organ donors should be allowed organ transplants
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The main idea of it is to help your fellow man whom is in need, after you pass away. If a man is lying in a hospital bed, turning yellow through kidney failure, why should he be left to die for the non-crime of not being an organ donor? That is inhumane.
What is your opinion on the mentally impaired who are not considered to be fit to give consent to be an organ donor, should they miss out on a chance for their lives to be saved?
According to "only organ donors should be allowed organ transplants" they should not receive a transplant.
That doesn"t seem right to me.
but it's still the only fair thing to do. unlike con says, the person wouldn't be left to die, per se. well, they would, but it's at the expense of others who would die if he doesn't. that is, there's a line of people who want the organs. why should the guy who wasn't an organ donor himself get dibs? he shouldn't... that's not the fair thing to do.
And thus the statement 'only organ donors should be allowed organ transplants' is defeated.
Con is too proud to concede that his original statement does not stand.
It is a shame that Con has shown that he believes the mentally handicapped to be a technicality.
Thank you for this debate, I would be happy to debate it with you again, if and when you develop more substance behind your point.
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Vote Placed by 9spaceking 2 years ago
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