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Standpoint on issues:

Abortion: Keep your laws off of my body. And everyone else's too.
Death Penalty: Keep your body off of my body, or it's forfeit.
Prostitution: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Alcohol: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Marijuana: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Other Drugs: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Gay Marriage: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Illegal Immigrants: What makes them 'Illegal'?
Smoking: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Drunk Driving: Keep your body off of my body, or it's forfeit.
Cloning: Strictly regulated by a non-religious organization dedicated to nothing else.
Racism: Keep your body off of my body, or it's forfeit.
Premarital Sex: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Religion: Keep your opinion about my body away from me.
The War in Iraq: Keep your body off of my body, or it's forfeit.
Bush: No contest, simply forfeit.
Downloading Music: That really would depend on the artist and song. There are some songs that are ok, and some artists that are ok.
The Legal Drinking Age: 18. Vote, die in war, but can't inflict themselves with alcohol... I don't get it.
Porn: It's your body, do what you want with it.
Suicide: It's your body, do what you want with it.

Stolen from someone else's blog. :) Answers all my own. Enjoy.


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Comments

datamoon
Apr. 30th, 2004 11:35 am (UTC)
the problem is, w/o laws in the first place, there is no legal ground to punish ppl when they do something wrong. further, "youre our government, youre supposed to protect us!" the public often cries. therefore, it is necessary to enact such laws as making drugs [is really the making/selling of drugs thats illegal, but doing drugs also must be illegal in that case, bc where'd they come from], prostitution, and driving drunk or drinking under 21. this is to "protect" the ppl that the government govern, as they are all too often problematic in protecting themselves as an INDIRECT result of the actions of others:

prostitution--my husband cheats on me w/a prostitute that harbours disease. he comes home and shares said disease w/me. why wasnt i protected from this? i didnt know he was cheating, and i didnt screw the prostitute. why do i have to pay the price?

drugs--my child is the victim of a drug related death or i'm the victim of another drug related crime. my child was unwittingly seduced into doing a drug for some reaosn or another, it's not that he's a bad person, or stupid, it's just that he doesnt know what they can do to him. or a bad batch that was sold under the impression that it would 'get him high' and not kill him. or, somebody broke into my house to steal things to make enough money to get drugs. in our culture, this would probably happen even if drugs were legal. the government knows the harmful affects of drugs, why did they allow ppl to make them, resulting in a chain reaction that led up to these results?

legal drinking age and driving drunk--well, we once tried bringing the legal drinking age to 18. all alcohol related deaths for ppl age 18-21 were increased ONE HUNDRED PERCENT! and i'm sure that there were additional deaths involved that were from older ppl or ppl that werent drinking. we now know the consequences. we also know that ppl around that age dont always listen to their parents about not drinking, or being safe, and many new drinkers dont know how to control drinking before it injures them bc they dont have experience to back this up on. so imagine it was your child, your brother or sister, other family member, that was drinking and died somehow, or a family member that died as a result of the actions of someone that age who was drinking. and the government KNOWS that this is likely, therefore, if they let it happen...they are naughty shameful ppl.

so, i do agree w/some of your opinions. i'm all for legal abortion, otherwise too many illegal abortions will kill too many women. i'm also for more education on sex and its consequences, and educating women more on their alternatives to abortion, enabling women to prevent the need for abortions in the first place, or knowing that they have an alternative if theyd like. i also think premarital sex laws are silly [statutory rape laws are not, however, and i think sometimes the laws might be based on that kinda thing] but often times there are laws created that are hardly help up anymore, and ppl forget about them so we dont remove the laws. but the thing to keep in mind is that a lot of laws up-held today, while sometimes up-held in some silly ways, are up-held not to condemn "bad/immoral" ppl, but to protect ppl like you and me--not the ppl who commit crimes, but the victims of them.

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