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Thatguy

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MysteryMan

Subj: Re: Seriously?
Posted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 at 03:19:23 pm CDT
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Posted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 at 01:06:23 pm CDT

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> King Thor would also teach Thor what happens when the government has all the power. King Thor happened in large part because no one was powerful enough to stop him, and Thor kept a monopoly on that power. Just like the registration act does.

The registration act places the power in the hands of the people...they elect those who go into power.

No registration act the power stays in the hands of the vigilanties.

Thus your wrong.

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> > King Thor would also teach Thor what happens when the government has all the power. King Thor happened in large part because no one was powerful enough to stop him, and Thor kept a monopoly on that power. Just like the registration act does.
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> The registration act places the power in the hands of the people...they elect those who go into power.

Stark isn't elected. In fact, he used morally questionable means to attain power.

Our democracy also protects the rights of the minority. As it stands, registration drafts every superhuman, regardless of whether they want to be a hero or not.

(And argue intent all you want, but don't say it's unrealistic that the government wouldn't try to grab every superhuman it could).
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> No registration act the power stays in the hands of the vigilanties.

What power did they have, pray tell? Punisher and his ilk were illegal long before Civil War.
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> Thus your wrong.

First, look up the defination of opinion, eh?

Second, did the people elect Stark? He manipulated his way into power.


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