"Truth. Honor. Loyalty. Family. What are you willing to sacrifice?" Maybe it's a rhetorical question--but maybe it's not! Let's figure out which one to sacrifice:
For: Without truth, everything is a lie. WHAT'S REAL ANYMORE?
Against: If we know everything is a lie, we can just start asking the opposite. Take that, liar.
For: Klingons and the Japanese hold honor above all else. Without it, how can you have pride or glory?
Against: Last night I watched two minutes of what was apparently a half-hour of people trying to squeeze themselves through various holes in a rapidly-approaching wall before it pushed them into a glowing pool. I'm fairly certain most of our society's honor is already gone.
For: There's nothing like knowing you can count on someone or something to support you when you need it.
Against: If television has taught me anything, it's that my best friend is still always going to eventually sleep with my girlfriend.
For: There is no connection stronger than the bond of family.
Against: Hey, I wouldn't have to buy a plane ticket every Thanksgiving!
I think I'm going to have to go with the family one. I could totally use that plane fare for a Wii.