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Should A-holes be allowed to have Human rights?
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ElfFriend
ElfFriend Apr 15 2014, 7:45pm says:

So how do we decide who is an A-hole or isn't one? See what I'm getting at? It would be a great system if judgement was correctly done but that won't happen therefore to avoid mistreating some people that don't deserve to be mistreated we need to grant everyone human rights :(

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Kalga
Kalga Apr 15 2014, 7:47pm says:

Yes, as long as they don't step on the rights* of other humans.

*As written in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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TyXo
TyXo Apr 15 2014, 8:49pm says:

Human rights should be granted to those who respect them and for those who don't, it should be "balanced" according to what part did they "disrespected"

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Apr 15 2014, 9:27pm says:

Well duh, Universal Human rights are Universal.

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elMengu
elMengu Apr 16 2014, 7:14am says:

Yes they should, but it's normal to feel sometimes they don't deserve them.

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Apr 16 2014, 8:42am says:

I never knew there was an impartial omnibenevolent human who could judge whose rights go to who. Please introduce him/her to me.

Aside from my sarcasm :P srsly it is inane for such actions to be allowed no matter how A-holeish someone may come across to be. Usually A-holeish behaviour is collectively looked down upon in society already and hence no need for an authority body to strip their rights.

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BioDestroyer
BioDestroyer Apr 16 2014, 10:56am says:

It depends, with A-holes do you mean an ignorant/arrogant/unrespectful idiot or a murderer?

The first one didn't kill anyone. He may be an A-hole and a 'racist' person, but at least he didn't kill anyone.

The second one deprived a Human Being (Living being) of its right to live because of petty reasons.

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Spudman619
Spudman619 Apr 16 2014, 3:55pm says:

Depends. By the typical definition of 'a person who is a ****', they should have rights. However, if by arsehole we mean criminals, certain rights and liberties should be denied as part of their prison sentence.

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CureOptimism
CureOptimism Apr 20 2014, 6:59pm says: Online

What an absolute ****. How extreme was that response or what? The simple answer is "Yes". All because someone hurt your feelings doesn't mean we should deny them their rights.

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