• Yes

  • No

35% 8 votes
65% 15 votes
  • Murder is wrong by definition. Killing someone would require me to do something I would not like done to me. So the answer is no.

  • Murder is wrong.

  • Most people would not; the laws and exceptions of modern day society lead majority of the population to believe murder is a vile act. If this law is suddenly taken away, most people will still abide by it as their entire life they have been told that it is wrong, and henceforth will not do something they will believe is 'wrong.'

  • No. It is one of the Ten Commandments of God, "Thou shalt not kill." I listen to God first and the legal system second.

  • Law does not define correct behaviour.

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TheSideSpectator says2016-07-03T03:38:12.4132348Z
Why not?
Vox_Veritas says2016-07-03T03:50:48.3569719Z
EdgeOfTheInfinite says2016-07-03T03:52:37.3679008Z
I need to prove to someone that people have morals.
Foodiesoul says2016-07-03T03:56:21.2361733Z
So basically a world similar to The Purge? No thanks! I'll pass! Besides, there's already enough chaos as it is! Just imagine if murder was legal!
tinkercharms says2016-07-03T04:27:07.8748849Z
I think if in such case it was organized on a certain day, and kept track of; a little better than the purge then why not?
Foodiesoul says2016-08-09T19:28:04.5325204Z
I would only kill people in self-defense if I had to.

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