The statements are comparable.
The statements are not comparable.
I AGREE with both statements equally.
I DISAGREE with both statements equally.
I think there should be real compromise in both issues.
Statement 1 is right, Statement 2 is wrong.
Statement 2 is right, Statement 1 is wrong.
There is nothing useful here. I only wanted to check something.
Its not reasonable to draw an equivalent comparison between a person's body and their finances. Yes money is personal property and shouldn't be interfered by the government unless necessary. However, taxes are needed to keep our society functioning and paying a percentage of income is a reasonable burden. A person's body is their most private possession and should be considered off-limits except in the most serious of circumstances. The standard for interfering with a person's body must be considerably higher than for levying a tax.
Or, are we talking of polls,poles, or Poles ??
Statement one and two : I disagree to an extent with both, in truth, we never have "total" control.. We do have far to much selfishness, that baby in the womb must have a voice - the mere presence suffices.
First poll : IMO, the woman should have primary voice....this is right and logical....but there is also the voice of the baby and the man...We need to come together as a society..
Second poll : IMO, The "contributions" must have nothing to do with the voice, in government.
The US is an odd ship. The captain yells out when he sees obtacles , but 535 individual propellers do the steering.
It's my body, and whatever happens with my body is totally up to me even if someone else is dependent upon my body or is otherwise vested in the health of my body.
A woman does not get pregnant alone. A child is a mutual choice. If a woman does not wish this responsibility, why should she be attempting "negotiations"? Also to the same token, why should a male be inviting this arrangement?
Statement 2: It's my money, and whatever happens with my money is totally up to me even if someone else is dependent upon my money or is otherwise vested in my earnings.
I could only wish that I had some direct authority over the funds which are confiscated from me.