Results for - I Am Not My Brother's Keeper

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For two-and-a-half years, Munira Omar worked for WestJet at Toronto's Pearson Airport waiting on her final security clearance to be approved. Then Transport Canada denied her clearance over

1. For two-and-a-half years, Munira Omar worked for WestJet at Toronto's Pearson Airport waiting on her final security clearance to be approved. Then Transport Canada denied her clearance over "concerns regarding (her) trustworthiness and reliability." Two of Omar's brothers had been involved in drug trafficking, organized crime and other criminal offences. They could potentially influence her, the letter stated. Omar is fighting this in court, and it is ongoing. Omar says her relationship by blood, has no bearing on her job or her life in general, as her relationship with her brothers should not be a factor in her case. Do you agree with her or with Transport Canada?

I agree with Omar
42%
972 votes
I agree with Transport Canada
20%
450 votes
Not sure
38%
878 votes
This opens up an interesting discussion -- should a person be held responsible for their siblings' actions, beliefs and mistakes? We have been taught to not judge a book by its cover, but what about judging a person by their family -- have you ever formed an opinion (good or bad) of someone because of their family?

2. This opens up an interesting discussion -- should a person be held responsible for their siblings' actions, beliefs and mistakes? We have been taught to not judge a book by its cover, but what about judging a person by their family -- have you ever formed an opinion (good or bad) of someone because of their family?

No
51%
1,162 votes
Yes
24%
559 votes
I have in the past, but not recently
25%
579 votes
How would you react in this hypothetical situation -- you have a three year old child and you are interviewing for a babysitter. One candidate looks excellent, filling all your requirements, but there is one problem. The potential candidate's brother is in jail, convicted of murder. This is common knowledge, as it has been a news story in the paper. Do you still hire the babysitter?

3. How would you react in this hypothetical situation -- you have a three year old child and you are interviewing for a babysitter. One candidate looks excellent, filling all your requirements, but there is one problem. The potential candidate's brother is in jail, convicted of murder. This is common knowledge, as it has been a news story in the paper. Do you still hire the babysitter?

Yes, the brother's crime has nothing to do with the babysitter
40%
929 votes
No
22%
508 votes
Not sure
38%
863 votes
How about this hypothetical situation -- you are dating someone who you feel very connected to, and are ready to make a commitment. The first step is meeting the family, and when you do, you find they are the polar opposite to you (and even maybe your significant other) in every way. You don't get along, and perhaps even feel uncomfortable, to the point where you really don't want to see them again. Do you end the relationship (even though you are very compatible) or do you continue it?

4. How about this hypothetical situation -- you are dating someone who you feel very connected to, and are ready to make a commitment. The first step is meeting the family, and when you do, you find they are the polar opposite to you (and even maybe your significant other) in every way. You don't get along, and perhaps even feel uncomfortable, to the point where you really don't want to see them again. Do you end the relationship (even though you are very compatible) or do you continue it?

I continue it -- and will deal with the family as often as I need to /seldom as possible
37%
847 votes
I end the relationship
20%
465 votes
Not sure
43%
988 votes
02/24/2020 Love & Relationships 2314 52 By: Harriet56

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