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#172 - Sherrif Clarke of Milwaukee is not takin' any malarkey 07/20/2016 on Based Sheriff David Clarke +2
#187 - Well if people want as much personal freedom as they wish. The… 07/10/2016 on wiggles 0
#179 - "almost" always then we need to learn how to manage …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/09/2016 on wiggles 0
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#186 - masanori (07/10/2016) [-]
California is actually one of the shittiest states for personal freedom so it was kind of a bad example, but I do see your point.

The problem is government usually tends toward whatever makes it easier and more convenient from them rather than prioritizing personal freedom.
#187 - cawpikolo (07/10/2016) [-]
Well if people want as much personal freedom as they wish. Then they're free to go elsewhere. But if they want the guarantee of safety from foreign armies and protection of their rights, then some freedoms are sacrificed in exchange. The government may take the easy way out at times but if you look at other countries that have copied the U.S constitution. I think we're doing pretty well for ourselves.
#177 - Overpopulation is a cause of many problems but there are many …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/09/2016 on wiggles 0
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#178 - masanori (07/09/2016) [-]
I wouldn't say that's the only problem. "Managing" a large population almost always includes restrictions of that population's rights.
#179 - cawpikolo (07/09/2016) [-]
"almost" always then we need to learn how to manage it so it doesn't restrict the population's rights. Right? North Korea's population is only about 25 million while California is around 39 million. Yet California would be considered to have a bit more freedom correct? It's not gonna be easy learning how to manage a large population but it's perfectly possible.
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#186 - masanori (07/10/2016) [-]
California is actually one of the shittiest states for personal freedom so it was kind of a bad example, but I do see your point.

The problem is government usually tends toward whatever makes it easier and more convenient from them rather than prioritizing personal freedom.
#187 - cawpikolo (07/10/2016) [-]
Well if people want as much personal freedom as they wish. Then they're free to go elsewhere. But if they want the guarantee of safety from foreign armies and protection of their rights, then some freedoms are sacrificed in exchange. The government may take the easy way out at times but if you look at other countries that have copied the U.S constitution. I think we're doing pretty well for ourselves.
#103 - That is actually untrue many western countries have people tha…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/09/2016 on wiggles +2
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#146 - iqequalzero (07/09/2016) [-]
"Only a percentage of the U.S is actually populated, with some cities only being populated by a few hundred people"

Uhm, thats usually called a Town, not a City.
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#145 - masanori (07/09/2016) [-]
False. Over population is the root cause of many of our problems. They can be solved, but decrease the population and they'd just disappear.

Not because it's impossible for earth to support so many people, but because it's insanely difficult to manage so many people over such a large geographical area.
#177 - cawpikolo (07/09/2016) [-]
Overpopulation is a cause of many problems but there are many more pressing things to worry about. The point of what i said is to refute the claim that our population is getting too large to sustain itself when that is untrue. There will always be problems with managing a population whether it be big or small it only gets easier but problems never disappear. It used to be deemed impossible to support a population of over a few million in the early 1900s and now Tokyo by itself has a population of nearly 38 million people by 2016 with a crime rate considered "very low". The only problem from over population is learning how to manage it other than that it's not too important.
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#178 - masanori (07/09/2016) [-]
I wouldn't say that's the only problem. "Managing" a large population almost always includes restrictions of that population's rights.
#179 - cawpikolo (07/09/2016) [-]
"almost" always then we need to learn how to manage it so it doesn't restrict the population's rights. Right? North Korea's population is only about 25 million while California is around 39 million. Yet California would be considered to have a bit more freedom correct? It's not gonna be easy learning how to manage a large population but it's perfectly possible.
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#186 - masanori (07/10/2016) [-]
California is actually one of the shittiest states for personal freedom so it was kind of a bad example, but I do see your point.

The problem is government usually tends toward whatever makes it easier and more convenient from them rather than prioritizing personal freedom.
#187 - cawpikolo (07/10/2016) [-]
Well if people want as much personal freedom as they wish. Then they're free to go elsewhere. But if they want the guarantee of safety from foreign armies and protection of their rights, then some freedoms are sacrificed in exchange. The government may take the easy way out at times but if you look at other countries that have copied the U.S constitution. I think we're doing pretty well for ourselves.
#33 - "ask me anything" I think.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/06/2016 on Anon gets disappointed. +8
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#39 - lotengo (07/06/2016) [-]
>ask me anything


Can you tell me what AMA means and how I can quickscope?
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