We should stop arguing about tax cuts in this town.
Me and Matt love to argue, but in general our sense of humor is pretty much alike.
I still find it hard to understand that anyone could argue that you can't have machines that exhibit consciousness.
If we change the definition of marriage to be more inclusive, then it is logical to argue that we should broaden the definition so that won't exclude anyone.
Historians don't really like to carry on speculative debates, but you could certainly argue that the likelihood of a Soviet invasion of Western Europe was extremely, extremely low.
How you first meet the public is how the industry sees you. You can't argue with them. That's their perception.
I toyed with the idea of pursuing a career as a lawyer just because I like to argue.
Scholars will argue with each other about everything.
No one ever converted to Christianity because they lost the argument.
Never argue with your characters; they know themselves better than you do
No one would argue against the fact that L.A. leads the country in opportunities for being hip and pretentious.
Colonial governors and senior civil servants are not easy people to argue with, and I was not popular because of my criticism of the colonial service in Kenya.
I had hoped you would protest, but please don't argue.
People here argue about religion interminably, but it appears that they are competing at the same time to see who can be the least devout.
I've put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that's the only way of insuring one's immortality.
It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.
I don't want to argue with my wife about her car - or my driving.
Argue with anything else, but don't argue with your own nature.
I don't think it's useful for somebody to argue with reviews.
I made a game effort to argue but two things were against me: the umpires and the rules.
When you argue with your inferiors, you convince them of only one thing: they are as clever as you.
Never argue, repeat your assertion.
Libertarians typically argue that particular obligations, at least under normal circumstances, must be created by consent; they cannot be unilaterally imposed by others.
What I argue is that if I'm going to be held accountable for my actions that I should be allowed to record... my actions. Especially if somebody else is keeping a record of my actions.
The men are much alarmed by certain speculations about women; and well they may be, for when the horse and ass begin to think and argue, adieu to riding and driving.
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