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That depends on the situation. Sometimes me, sometimes them, sometimes both and sometimes its not particulary useful for either of us.
By not answering my replies in that other question, you got me to belive that for the sake of inclusivity, you belive that those people leftists thinks need guns to protect themself, and actually has guns, should not have kids in your opinion. You making me belive you belive that is neither particulary good or bad for me.0
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depends on the situation. i believe some things that are wrong. like when playing card games. i'm wrong a lot but i still believe0
Nobody “got me” to believe what I do, and that being to live my life the way I see fit and mind my own business I think it’s pretty reasonable5
I formed my own beliefs from experience and observation.0
Neither. My beliefs are what I think to be true and benefit society as a whole.0
What I believe in is also consistent with what many others believe in. Unfortunately not enough.0
Mine are best for me0
Frankly, I have nothing to believe in every political argument comes down to religious theology. So as an agnostic,, I’m not sure that God exists. I definitely don’t believe that rights come from government. Because government is not God government is human. If rights were endowed by a creator, who is the creator, the Christian god yeah chicken god why not to Japanese. Western civilization in Belize and the entire reason for the existence of western civilization is conservative to the Christian God. Why because Nordic trades gods believe that murder was correct especially if you want that hot check your brother was married to. The Christian religion believes this is wrong, but why is it wrong? If the Christian God does not exist in some form? I don’t have the answer to these questions do you? Why are you not joining me on the agnostic bandwagon? Your religion makes as much sense as a atheist as the Christian religion, or any other religion for that matter agnostic is the only one that’s questioning.