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Also by ezhil+67Voting is an important activity in a democracy. Elections decide the fate of a country for a specific period apart from its long term impact. In most countries the voting age is around 18 years.The youth are a volatile group who are swayed by personal considerations rather than public good. In my opinion these young people are not mature enough to choose the right candidate. Being children themselves how can they choose a suitable adult who is going to govern. Youth are fascinated by money, cinema and other entertainment. They may not understand what public good is. amirite? More
Also about religion+397People who constantly complain about religion are just as annoying/arrogant as the people shoving religion down our throats, amirite?
Also by ezhil-16In a country like India where the standard of life of millions is far from satisfactory, incurring huge expenditure on official functions of ministers and officials, even in regular programmes, by way of decorations, garlands and bouquets is a colossal waste of hard earned money. These functions can be simple events and need not be conducted like gala celebrations. On an annual basis such expenditures may run into millions. Is this a civilised practice? amirite?
Also by ezhil-7Law should construct truth from fragmented evidences.But what do we see in reality?
Lawyers in courts often are found to indulge in twisting truth out of shape that may culminate in injustice. Interpreting law favoring his or her client at the cost of justice by Lawyer's criminal mentality is not the purpose of legal system.
Also about religion+243You hate it when people bring religion into a conversation that had absolutely nothing to do with religion. amirite?
Also about religion-70Religion itself is a horrible, terrible, evil thing. The Gods religion believes in are generally not, amirite?
Also about religion+499Religion does not ruin people. People ruin religion, amirite?
Also about religion+53Certain people don't want to give religion any credit when the good things associated with religion come to mind. These same people want to give religion pretty much all the credit when it comes to the bad things, though. This is certainly an unfair imbalance. Amirite?
Also about religion+612America officially recodnized Scientology as a religion a few months ago. But Germany denied Scientology religion status, saying it more closely resembled a cult. Because if anyone is capable of recodnizing a movement of power-hungry people with an insane ideology and stopping it before it gets out of hand, it's the Germans, amirite?