Does all life have the right to life?

United States
March 29, 2007 11:44am CST
Even if it's a roach, or a mosquito? Does ability and desire to destroy multiple lives eridicate ones right to life? Do not men or women who hunt for sport rather than sustanance take the power of life and death as a game? Should serial killers be put out of society's path forever or eliminated. And does making the choice to eliminate them put society in the same vain as them? Should people with radically different belief systems from one's own be expunged from existence or tolerated?
2 responses
@xParanoiax (7006)
• United States
30 Mar 07
Serial killers could prove useful..I personally believe that everyone has a right to lve..despite the last user's humorous reply, nature isn't silent nor is it ever inactive. We may see ripples of it in our own society if we're just aware of it. People who're different should be tolerated, of course! We're supposed to be the most intelligent things on the planet, we should act like it!
• United States
30 Mar 07
So maybe the next question is, Why don't we?
• United States
31 Mar 07
It's possible that we are not the most intelligent. We assume too much.
• United States
2 Apr 07
lol, I think you might have opened a whole new can of worms (so to say).
• United States
29 Mar 07
Maybe, if the truth be told, nothing has a right-to-life. Why should we even assume so? Why don't we just eat each other? Watch out...someone may be hunting for you.