Abortion is morally wrong. Absolutely. Life from conception. Just thinking about the hundreds of millions of aborted fetuses makes me sick. George Bush and Tony Blair ought to be trialled for war crimes. Not so sure about this one. I think the president should be fairly immune to the consequences of his actions as a president, regardless of how controversial and questionable they were. Meat eating ought to be banned. Nope. All things in moderation. How about a ban on fast food restaurants? Anonymity on the internet should cease to exist. Not very applicable to me. I wouldn't say something over the internet I wouldn't say to your face. But I can see how the anonymity could free someone up too much. Animal testing should be banned. I have no problem with this honestly. I think pain in general isn't great. And I can see how animal rights activists would hate this. But honestly, don't we have bigger issues? Not all people should have the same rights. This is un-American and un-Constitutional from the start. Although if you specified which rights I could be more specific. I think that there are many things Americans take for granted that they don't realize that these things are not a "right" per se. Killing in self defense is still manslaughter. So if someone is running at me without a knife I'm not going to shoot him? Excuse me? Not saving someone's life should be a criminal offense. I find it a little sad this is an issue that needs to be discussed. If someone's dying or severely hurt, you help him. Unfortunately I can see how this could be an issue. Honestly, as much as I would like to say yes, you really can't. Because then you would have all this complicated stipulations and crap to determine if you were truly in a position to help this person or if you noticed in time. A more interesting question to me would be: what if in attempting to save someone's life, you actually harm them more or kill them? I am presuming this is entirely unintentional. For example, someone is on the ground hurt, you pick them up to carry them to a hospital but they die on the way to the hospital and maybe the way you held them or treated the situation wasn't "correct". Currently this type of accidental killing is protected. But still questionable. Healthcare should be charged based on lifestyles (more applicable to the UK, as the National Health Service pays for pretty much all noncosmetic treatment) Screw healthcare. But I know what you're talking about. I think that nationalized and private healthcare providers should be able to change their fees (or even refuse someone) depending on their physical health. If you're a smoking, hamburger eating three hundred pounder, your chance of getting a heart attack is extremely likely relative to mine. So why should we pay the same premiums? It's the same way car insurance works. If you have a history of being a reckless driver, you're going to have substantially higher premiums.