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    (Original post by mr T 999)
    When did you become such a leftie lol thought you were towards the right




    There is no ethics when it comes to human cloning. Why do you think human cloning is frowned upon in society and it's banned in most countries? As the failure rate is quite high and many clones will not survive the 1st year of life. It also requires a surrogate mother to give birth to them and not many will volunteer. Religions also forbids us from creating human clones as we tempering with human lives.

    So when it comes human cloning there is no ethics lol
    Is the unwillingless for women to give birth to clones an ethical concern?

    I believe in the complete separation of church and state. The opinion of a religious group should bear no more weight than any other group (pressure group or otherwise), of a similar size. In the end, they're just another pressure group in this type of scenario. (albeit one that may believe their viewpoints are unquestionable)

    This isn't even specific to cloning. You're essentially objectifying the individual, treating them as if they're a pile of meat (while living), or akin to a machine from which one can scavange spare parts. These are humans that have as much capacity for consciousness as you have.
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    Has anybody ever heard of minarchism? It's like monarchism, but instead of a monarch you have a strict constitution which garuntees freedom.
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    (Original post by heri2rs)
    Has anybody ever heard of minarchism? It's like monarchism, but instead of a monarch you have a strict constitution which garuntees freedom.
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    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
    Boooo
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
    Sorry there boss. Your opinion I suppose is as good as gold.

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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
    Lame.
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
    Just like socialism
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
    We don't serve leftists here...

    *puts on Peggy Mitchell voice*

    GET OUT OF MA PUB!
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    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
    quickly changes profile picture to avoid *******ing.
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    (Original post by heri2rs)
    Has anybody ever heard of minarchism? It's like monarchism, but instead of a monarch you have a strict constitution which garuntees freedom.
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    Yes, I know what it is.

    (Original post by TheDefiniteArticle)
    And like monarchism, it's moronic.
    I certainly agree that the monarchism is moronic. An awful anachronism. Have we managed to abolish it in TSR land yet?
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    Yes, I know what it is.

    I certainly agree that the monarchism is moronic. An awful anachronism. Have we managed to abolish it in TSR land yet?
    The first government I participated in abolished it but it got brought back in the last Great Repeal.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    The first government I participated in abolished it but it got brought back in the last Great Repeal.
    I didn't realise there had been another Great Repeal in your era. Well, if your current government wants to do it again....
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    Are you guys being formed soon
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    Are you guys being formed soon
    All up to Adam, he's in the process of getting us a sub forum and usergroup I believe.
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    All up to Adam, he's in the process of getting us a sub forum and usergroup I believe.
    Cool!
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    I didn't realise there had been another Great Repeal in your era. Well, if your current government wants to do it again....
    I'll keep it in mind.
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    All up to Adam, he's in the process of getting us a sub forum and usergroup I believe.
    I think your party's formation will be a bit like Brexit. Even though it seemed very unlikely that the Libertarians would be formed a few months ago, the Speaker will give you permission to form, irritating the Conmoaners who couldn't possibly believe such a thing would actually happen. ByronicHero will not reveal full details about the formation of your party but promises that 'formation means formation and we'll make a success of it' and later shares his plan to have a 'red, white and blue formation'. However, the Speaker will then release that he doesn't have the ability to authorise your formation on his own and the high power of the Community Team will stop him in his tracks. They'll cause the process to be delayed somwhat which will delight the Conmoaners who will think that there could be a chance that the formation may not happen after all. However, following a meeting of Community Team members and a vote, they'll deicde that to avoid causing riots in the House, they will allow the formation to go ahead and award you with your own subforum and usergroup.

    Or at least that's how I think it might turn out.
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    I think your party's formation will be a bit like Brexit. Even though it seemed very unlikely that the Libertarians would be formed a few months ago, the Speaker will give you permission to form, irritating the Conmoaners who couldn't possibly believe such a thing would actually happen. ByronicHero will not reveal full details about the formation of your party but promises that 'formation means formation and we'll make a success of it' and later shares his plan to have a 'red, white and blue formation'. However, the Speaker will then release that he doesn't have the ability to authorise your formation on his own and the high power of the Community Team will stop him in his tracks. They'll cause the process to be delayed somwhat which will delight the Conmoaners who will think that there could be a chance that the formation may not happen after all. However, following a meeting of Community Team members and a vote, they'll deicde that to avoid causing riots in the House, they will allow the formation to go ahead and award you with your own subforum and usergroup.

    Or at least that's how I think it might turn out.
    Conmoaners :rofl:

    Surprisingly, the House's Conmoaner-in-chief (well, he's an indie but once a Tory always a Tory) seems to have kept the moaning about the Libertarians to a minimum.
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    Conmoaners :rofl:

    Surprisingly, the House's Conmoaner-in-chief (well, he's an indie but once a Tory always a Tory) seems to have kept the moaning about the Libertarians to a minimum.
    Indeed

    He is Speaker though after all.
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    Indeed

    He is Speaker though after all.
    Jammy is Speaker?! Have I missed something?!
 
 
 
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