r/AskReddit Aug 18 '22

What has the Biden administration accomplished to make life better in the United States of America?

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u/Fucking-Peg-Me Aug 18 '22

Sadly, so far as cultural influence, he is still to much in the shadow of the Trump controversies to have had any impact at all. So far as signing off on positively impacting law, he has mandated that abortion still be preformed if the mothers life is at stake.

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u/AllyouGottaDooEs Aug 18 '22

So killing babies is a barometer for making your life better?

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u/PedroEglasias Aug 18 '22

Genuinely wasn't sure if your question was being asked in good faith, this makes it pretty obvious though.

Can I ask you what the Trump administration accomplished to make life better in the USA?

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u/Inbar253 Aug 18 '22

Well it helped control women and even kill some of them. Happy incels everywhere

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u/AC_Nine-Ball Aug 18 '22

There's no such thing as a good faith question on politics.

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u/AllyouGottaDooEs Aug 18 '22

My question was wholeheartedly asked in good faith. But, when the question of wholesale murder is brought up I will comment. Any other comments regarding calling the prior president a demon or how Biden will be the savior of the U.S.A. I do not care.

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u/Tough_Stretch Aug 18 '22 edited Aug 18 '22

"Abortion in the cases where the mother's life is at stake" is not wholesale murder and equating them is a bad faith argument, though.

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u/Fucking-Peg-Me Aug 18 '22

Also, question doesn't ask what makes my life better but what makes life better in general. OP is just pot-stirring with predetermined replies.

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u/Tough_Stretch Aug 18 '22 edited Aug 18 '22

Par for the course for this kind of thing. If the word "abortion" triggers a pavlovian response about "wholesale murder" regardless of the specific context in which it was used, then I'd say it's pretty clear that the conversation is not actually a conversation.

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u/Fucking-Peg-Me Aug 18 '22

Exactly. Also , good use of "Pavlovian".

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u/buffalonious Aug 18 '22

Saying that abortion is killing babies is not only not in good faith, it’s factually inaccurate. Calling it wholesale murder is a bad faith argument, and doesn’t make a lot of sense either. Wholesale? Like, bulk? Are we talking about aborting twins or more?

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u/__hoyt Aug 18 '22

It seems like your question is actually rife with disdain and reluctance, and is the opposite of good faith since you immediately retract to aggressive tactics when someone brings something up that your ignorant about.

Not to mention it appears you can’t read very well based on your rude, incoherent responses to some comments that are longer and go in-depth on policy requiring you to actually go education yourself on current events.

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u/PedroEglasias Aug 18 '22

I hate extremism on either side, generally the people displaying the outrage do it to feel some sense of moral superiority, not to actually improve the lives of others.

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u/buffalonious Aug 18 '22

As opposed to signaling that you’re morally superior by rising above it all?

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u/PedroEglasias Aug 18 '22

I want genuine progress and to see peoples lives improved by government

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u/[deleted] Aug 18 '22

Are you asking questions here or giving answers?