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Biblically and/or spiritually speaking: what are your views on the following social issues and why?

1. socialism 2. outsourcing 3. affirmative action/equal opportunity 4. welfare 5. universal healthcare

Asked By: Lafla - 7/26/2010
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1. socialism -- depends on how it's done. I call myself a socialist, but I don't favor the same kind of socialism as Hitler claimed to promote, or Stalin... More
Answered By: Andy F - 7/26/2010
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1. Socialism kills freedom. 3. Equal opportunity exists when the American Constitution is followed properly. 4. Welfare, it makes the person dependent- kills their freedom. 5. It's socialism, and socialism realistically doesn't work.
Answered By: danibel - 7/26/2010
 
All of those would not be big issues at all if we were not overpopulated and over consuming.
Answered By: Old Man from Scene 24 - 7/26/2010
 
1: against. 2: against. 3: against/for. 4: for, for those that need it on a temporary basis, not as a lifestyle. 5: against.
Answered By: Iron_Plague - 7/26/2010
 
I believe in Universal Healthcare; the rest of the issues I don't know, I'll leave it up to others to figure out. WWJD?
Answered By: Bridge - 7/26/2010
 
1. It has good intentions, but carrying the actions out makes it iffy to many people. 2. I'd say a balance is needed. People in other countries need money, too. 3. No-brainer. Should be a given. 4. Keep it. People need SOME money for food and shelter. 5. Get it ASAP in America. We need it badly.
Answered By: ♣Älmighty Ätheist♣ - 7/26/2010
 
My view is that no man has the answers but that when Jesus returns He'll make it right.
Answered By: pward3664 - 7/26/2010
 
1. Socialism is a nice idea for making the world better for the poor, but if everyone is equal then there is no reason to work hard or do better... More
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Answered By: JC - 7/26/2010
 
None of these things have, in themselves, biblical or spiritual ramifications... More
Answered By: enginerd - 7/26/2010
 
1. It means well, but idk... More
Answered By: Joshua - 7/26/2010
 
1. Socialism was practiced by the early churches and it tends to be a problem for purely capitalistic economies. Ultimately it comes down to what a society is willing to pay for and how it intends to fund it... More
Answered By: Pirate AM™ - 7/26/2010
 
1. Usually gets corrupted, and turned into a form of state capitalism... More
Answered By: sparky_dy - 7/26/2010
 
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