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Q. How long will our leaders continue sanction this clearly immoral lifestyle? I did research on hetro-sexual lifestyle and found many interesting facts. I do not approve that and we all know the HERETO-sexual lifestyle leads to alcoholism, drug addiction, STDs including AIDS, fatherless children, poverty and spousal abuse. How long will our leaders continue to sanction this clearly immoral lifestyle? I am getting sick on this and I think our future generations would suffer a lot. I have been doing this for quite a while but I think it is time for me to garner some feedback on the issue. Well if you people in this forum have some social responsibilities please share your views.

A. wow-wow-i did not no people like this existed,this is deep?...there has to be a problem here with the way you were brought up,as a child....i would really suggest that you get some help...bad things and good things happen to all of us....hetero-people...what happens if you take away the heterosexuals?.....human beings are not perfect,we all make mistakes.here in the united state-we have problems,but if we work together(help each other)things will start to change---a hand full of bad people,can make us all look bad.the news companys make it seem worst than it really is......at one time in our history(usa)one set of people kept another set of people in slavery(the southern state)for 300yrs....when the northern states got rid of slavery..black people were pushed a side,we were hanged on trees...we were shot...our churches were burned down...our woman were raped...we couldnt vote...and we couldnt get jobs...and also our leaders were killed..for wanting to change things----people who look d

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--Sanction: In this stage the sanctioner positively or negatively evaluates the results of the mission entrusted to the action subject, who now assumes the role of sanctionee.
Cooperation on economic sanctions in this case study involves the relationship between the main sender of the sanctions--the US--and a prospective nonleader sanctioner -Turkey.
a) by making possible rewards for sanctioning to the sanctioner from other beneficiaries of the norm, or
Since partners are also interested in sanctioning what is likely to work, we can predict that the relative seniority level of sanctioner and infractor is an important variable.
Furthermore, sanctions involving multilateral cooperation involve two separate cooperation dilemmas: one between the sanctioning states and the target, and one between the primary sanctioner and other sanctioners.
They first develop an "enforcement" model, and after reviewing the various coercive devices available--treaty-based military and economic sanctions, membership, and unilateral sanctions--conclude that it is usually doomed to failure.(185) They argue that "sanctioning authority is rarely granted by treaty, rarely used when granted, and likely to be ineffective when used."(186) Repeated use of sanctions entails high costs to the sanctioner and can raise serious problems of legitimacy.(187)
A recognized master, Frenhofer craved something more than the masterpiece, something illicit: to be the sanctioner of his own masterpiece, to be his own exclusive public.
Above all, what about Terry Venables - sanctioner of the small hours boozing before take-off and provider of the first class seats doomed to be given a first class seeing to?
If sanctioning the railroad means ostracizing it, then the sanctioner as well as the railroad lose a business opportunity.
While food and medicines usually are exempted from embargoes and other sanctions, those most shielded from the economic penalties often are those at the source of the policy that the sanctioner is trying to change, and those most harmed are the average citizenry and the poor.
The leading sender can only gain cooperation if it transforms the sanctions game through issue-linkage, using either threats or promises to change the payoffs of the other potential sanctioner. Regardless of the tactic used, the other potential sanctioner considers whether the leading sender will actually carry out threats or make side payments.
One important factor with respect to enforcement norms is the cost of sanctioning to the sanctioner (251): if I see someone doing something wrong, what will happen to me if I confront her or impose some other penalty, such as gossiping about her?