I am an anarchist atheist who supports abortion
I am an anarchist atheist who does not support abortion
I am not an anarchist, but I am an atheist who supports abortion
I am not an anarchist, but I am an atheist who does not support abortion
I am not an atheist, but I am an abortion supporting anarchist
I am not an atheist, but I am an anarchist who does not support abortion
Not an atheist or an anarchist. Go Abortion though.
None of the above
Wow, very convincing args. Maybe Baghdad is one of the less songs of theirs that'd be appropriate for that album since they don't have many directly political songs since their debut.
Well, they did have a song called "Neocon", but that's hardly long enough to worthy inclusion on a comp.
Originally Posted by Tom Gabel
I remember Dexter said something about contrasting ideas of "freedom" and "responsibility". And he said that he saw political ideogology as a spectrum not a line, and you could easily be have views from different parts of the spectrum. I'm positive he said something almost just like this.
So based on that, he's also got some conservative views in addition to the left-leaning ideals we hear in his lyrics.
EDIT: Here it is:http://www.abc.net.au/rage/guest/2003/offspring.htm"It's very easy to be right and left at the same time. It's not a spectrum, it's rather a circle. On the one hand, we're saying ultimate freedom; on the other, ultimate responsibility. But they kinda go hand-in-hand."
Last edited by bighead384; 09-09-2011 at 05:49 PM.
When they said "sit down", I stood up.
Sounds like open mind.