John McCain is gay

SlimRusek

I am in favor to believe that John McCain is gay because I think that it is the thing that was good. Please have a detailed rebuttle and this will go more smoothly than a no thoughted out debate on www.debate.org which is a great site that holds debates for My birthday Party. thank you...

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Updated 13 Years Ago

McCain lost the election during the California debate.

shwayze

McCain was a complete disaster during the debate in California. Not only was arrogant, childish, and crude, he was exposed for his pathetic responses to numberous questions which I will detail later...makes me wonder how McCain even won a state....

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Updated 13 Years Ago

A Pro-stance is in favor of the Chinese; a Con-stance is in favor of the Tibetan separatists.

Ennui2778

The 2008 Beijing Olympics, and the inevitable storm of protests thereof, have touched off on an important issue. That issue is whether the People's Republic of China can maintain a just, capable and above all, legitimate claim to the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Opponents of the Chinese presence are largely religious in nature. The most ardent opponent of the Chinese presence in Tibet is His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso, better known to the West as the Dalai Lama. It is the belief of His Holiness th...

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Updated 13 Years Ago

where are the real republicans

watchman

As one sits back today and watches our so called Republican Party sell our nation down the river we as American citizens and Republicans just sit back and let this garbage continue. How is it possible to call john mccain a republican? he is a socialist are the American people so blind It seems as though the party has tucked there tail between there legs and ran. Do the Republicans have any guts? To me it seems as though they do not they would rather let communism to re-enter this country hell wh...

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Updated 13 Years Ago

That religions like Christianity and Islam are not responsible for any conflict.

jacobgunter
Brandon93

Religion is not the cause of any strife or conflict in the world. Rather it is the nutjobs that say that their God wants them to kill people. Religion didnt cause the Crusades, that was extremism that resulted in a mis-interpretation. Religion did not cause the current wars that we are in now. Crazy people with guns and bombs caused them. The majority of religions advocate the following ideas: dont murder others, love your neighbors, love your enemies, etc. THe negative needs to p...

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Should the U.S. Government Substanittially Increase its help to Sub-Sahran Africa

Brandon93

Because of this shortage of Doctors and Nurses in SSA 60% of the people in Sub- Saharan Africa have H.I.V./ AIDS and they also have Diaherea which 34% of is cause by dirty/contaminated water because of the ratio of doctors and nurses to everyday citizens there are currently not enough available health care workers to treat Sub-Saharan Africa's population so because of this shortage there will not be enough doctors to help treat the people of SSA who become sic...

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Updated 13 Years Ago

Energy Drinks are BAD for you.

Black.Nite17

Im simpily saying that energy drinks are unhealthy. Energy drinks today are very popular but can do horrible things to your body. The caffeine-containing energy drinks usually contain a wide range of ingredients, with different brands having similar, but not identical formulations. One ingredient they all have in common is a form of sugar such as sucrose (table sugar) or glucose. Some have amino acids (e.g. 'taurine') while herbal supplements such as Gingko biloba, Echinacea, Ginseng and S...

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Updated 13 Years Ago

Commodity money (i.e. a gold standard) is beneficial to long-term, sustainable free trade

clsmooth

Money predates governments. In fact, there is actually no such thing as a "barter system," because in any unregulated system of trade, "money" naturally arises in the marketplace. "Money," under this definition, is "the most commonly accepted means of exchange." For example, millennia ago when a shoemaker wanted meat, he may have tried to trade some shoes to the butcher. But if the butcher didn't want shoes, then the shoemaker would have to resort to another means of exchange. Perhaps the butche...

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Updated 13 Years Ago

President Bush supporters should be treated badly.

Randomknowledge

While I am completely and utterly against Our Current president, I am not against his (few) supporters. Whenever someone is picked out of the crowd as being someone who Supports the President, they are pinpointed by the non-bush supporters and are just about turned into mincemeat. There is a legal right to have whatever beliefs you want, and these non-bush extremeists are not following these guidelines. They harrass them, they yell at them and give them a hard time because of waht they believe i...

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9 Comments
Updated 13 Years Ago

Waterboarding is an effective strategy.

ReaganConservative

Waterboarding has already been a proven success. Zayn Abidin Muhammed Hussein Abu Zubaydah, an al Qaeda chief, was waterboarded in 2002. Within 30 seconds, he broke. He provided valued information, such as: Omar al-Faruq, an agent of Jemaah Islamiya, al-Qaeda's Indonesian branch. Information he provided caused U.S. officials to raise America's threat level from Elevated to High in September 2002; Rahim al-Nashiri, al-Qaeda's Arabian Peninsula operations chief, trained terrorists in Afghanistan a...

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47 Comments
Updated 13 Years Ago

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