posted on Jul, 2 2005 @ 02:24 AM
WHOAH DUDE! I seriously don't see anything wrong with women getting the right to vote, Do you understand how important womens rights is? My mother
was a single mother that came from a 3rd world country to this one and it offered her every right that a man has! trust me on this kiddo women not
only have the right to vote but have earned the right to sit along side men in the decisions of society. Society might seem too soft on some things
but trust me on this, it was way too harsh to the wrong people for WAY TO LONG! Now i don't care how religious you are, but women are never, NEVER
second to men!
As for society seeming to go down hill, it might seem like it, but i think its just more things are more in the open. just cause people never talked
about rape,murder and molestation didn't mean it never happen on a near equal percentage in the 1800s.
societies problems can usually be blamed on individuals, but when you take into account how there are more parents are at work than at home, you can
see why morals might have strayed.
I don't know what kind of stories you heard about 1890, it wasn't any near on the scale of fairness that today's america is. have you heard of
civil rights? of child labor laws? Vaccinations for children for free that you can get at any clinic if you cant afford it? Do you think that if a man
raped a woman on the east coast in 1890 and he moved to Los angeles that somehow the poor family that worked 65hrs a week would be able the track him
down and kill him as opposed to todays system?
Things are way better off for the common man today!
and as for caring about the enviroment, don't you think that their is a justified reason we have national parks? that we shouldn't litter the ocean?
Their is definite logic behind the idea of planting a tree for every single one that use as lumber, or the restrictions that we have against poluting
rivers,lakes and other bodies of water aside from giving plants right!
Not to be rude but this is more of a rant than an actual discussion on Faith, Spirituality & Theology.