well, isn't that just human nature? I mean I've heard many times the liberal side talking about some kinda gay gene, or some stupid **** like that. Isn't it just human nature that we kind of have these opinions, and once there's an emotional attachment to a specific side of an argument, we then kind of focus on whatever helps back our side of the story and somewhat ignore what backs the other?
Originally Posted by IndyFan
Even on this sports forum, look at how people use stats or whatever to back up their positions. Isn't the reality that many things have evidences that can be used to defend either side. Like with climate change, or abortion. I mean, that was kind of out of left field, what does science say on abortion? How has it been decided when "life" starts?
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