Also about morals+905If you have "morals" (ie. No sex before marriage, etc) then shouldn't you have some sort of moral about treating people right and not bashing them if they don't have the same morals as you? amirite?
Also about morals+44People should stop saying, "don't try to push your morals on someone else" when debating the legality of something, because the law itself is nothing but the widely accepted ideas of what is morally right or wrong. If everybody thought murder was okay, then murder would be legal, but the vast majority do not, so murder is illegal. Everybody has the right to express their beliefs on the matter without being shut down for making a moral argument, amirite?
Also about moral+632Mulan probably has the best moral out of all the disney movies moral and The little mermaid probably has the worse, amirite?
Also about People & Celebrities+41Given the chance most of us would eff a celebrity, amirite?
Also about morals+132Being animals does not separate us from having morals; having morals separates us from being animals. amirite?
Also about People & Celebrities+19Politicians, like diapers, have to be changed frequently...... and for the same reason. Amirite?
Also about moral-45Moral concern about killing an animal is directly proportional to the size of the animal. amirite?
Also about People & Celebrities+4Things would take on a much different meaning if "Good to the Last Drop" was the slogan for a condom company rather than a coffee company, amirite?
Also about morals-141Where do you get your morals, if not from our/a Creator? Do you make them up and go by your own conscious and feelings already in place? If that's acceptable, who is to say someone else's morals are wrong or flawed? Are there some set morals that everyone should keep, and then differ on the smaller matters? Where do those set morals come from, some intrinsic moral coding? Serial killers, thieves, and child molesters, must have missed that day of development in the womb, amirite?
Also about moral+61The Catholic Church is in serious difficulties. Pope Francis advocates important theological , moral and economic reforms in the governance of the Roman Catholic Church, These reforms ,long overdue, are well accepted in general by the faithful in the pew, but the conservative wing of the hierarchy in Rome and some bishops and priests in the dioceses put up a fierce resistance to these reforms. I don't want to take sides but I find that Pope Francis is almost alone in his mission to reform the Church. Do we have to answer enthusias tically Hans Kung'call to support Pope in his reforms? amirite?