Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by Vastator, Oct 6, 2017.
You’re dodging the issue... noted
You do realize, you lost this argument 4 pages ago
What were you thinking?
We have two parties in on the act & decision. Who breaks the tie?
yes. but he still doesn't get a say in the end. oh it's so true.
if the child is born , then the question of equality is moot. then it is ALL about the child.
It's a question. The traditional response is to answer.
I’ve lost nothing. It wasn’t a competition. It only became so for you; once you surmised that I was pro life. Still... a distraction nonetheless. There is no tie. Both parties are aware of the possible outcome, at the outset. One male. One female. Which, is which is a matter of chance, and biology. Both are known at the time of conception. From there it’s a zero sum game. Once a decision is made by either party to abdicate responsibility... by law; only one is given that option. That doesn’t stand up to the mantra of equality. And is actually discriminatory.
Yes but that’s a topic well beyond the scope of this OP.
As it should be...
dodging what? i've answered you & others on this thread. i've stated my position & will re-iterate that it is about the post born product being taken care of. & if the female decides to carry to term then she is bearing most the responsibility INCLUDING financial. so yep... the male gets to pay too.
Therein lies the discrepancy in the law. Now your getting it!
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