That includes every single of you; every single one of you who has a belief and tries to edify that belief beyond anyone else’s. Yet, no matter what you believe in, or the morals that you have, each of you got to be that way at some point in your life. At some point, there came a pivotal scene that changed the way you saw the world. Whether those beliefs came naturally or were taught to you by people you looked up to, they became beliefs at some point, theories rather than paradoxical ideas from seemingly nowhere. In politics there are two sides to the spectrum, liberal and conservative. Each sides of the spectrum contain people with different values and political agendas.
On the more liberal side, liberty and freedom are most significant. Since we each have the ability to choose, it …show more content…
Where do they fit in? The truth is, they don’t always completely fit in. For example, if you take two views from each side of the spectrum and involve a bigger, more general idea, you may find yourself in the middle. So let me ask you a question: Do you support murder?
At each side of the scale, no matter where on the scale, two people contain different, but understandable answers: “Yes, only if it’s reasonable” or “No, never, absolutely not!”
With that, if you take the issue of death penalty and consider it murder, wouldn’t you consider the abortion of an unborn child murder as well?
If you consider the death penalty murder, you may believe that the person is still human, perhaps just messed up a bit. Whether it was their mistake, or the help of someone else’s - there’s always fixing.
If you consider the abortion of an unborn child murder, you may believe that the child is still human, perhaps just messed up a bit. Whether it was their mistake, or the help of someone else’s - there’s always fixing.
My question still stands, “Do you support