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Idea of how to debate with an anti-gun proponent

 
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Idea of how to debate with an anti-gun proponent
It has occurred to me when discussing pro-gun/anti-gun topics, the end result is dueling interpretations of a hypothetical future event of violence or a perceived past one. It seems we must frame anti-gun arguments as anti-constitutional ones. It is, after all, a constitutional mainstay.

First question when debating anti-gun advocate is, "Would you please tell me why you hate the constitution so much?"

Espousing the constitution and rejecting the 2nd Amendment are joint exhaustive.

Then you have them cornered.


Keep in mind a cornered and passionately sophomoric proponent of disarmament WILL begin to argue irrationally with hyper-emotive conjurings, garingly reminiscent of a 16th century nitwit.
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Re: Idea of how to debate with an anti-gun proponent
It has occurred to me when discussing pro-gun/anti-gun topics, the end result is dueling interpretations of a hypothetical future event of violence or a perceived past one. It seems we must frame anti-gun arguments as anti-constitutional ones. It is, after all, a constitutional mainstay.

First question when debating anti-gun advocate is, "Would you please tell me why you hate the constitution so much?"

Espousing the constitution and rejecting the 2nd Amendment are jointLY exhaustive.

Then you have them cornered.


Keep in mind a cornered and passionately sophomoric proponent of disarmament WILL begin to argue irrationally with hyper-emotive conjurings, garingly reminiscent of a 16th century nitwit.
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Re: Idea of how to debate with an anti-gun proponent
It has occurred to me when discussing pro-gun/anti-gun topics, the end result is dueling interpretations of a hypothetical future event of violence or a perceived past one. It seems we must frame anti-gun arguments as anti-constitutional ones. It is, after all, a constitutional mainstay.

First question when debating anti-gun advocate is, "Would you please tell me why you hate the constitution so much?"

Espousing the constitution and rejecting the 2nd Amendment are jointLY exhaustive.

Then you have them cornered.


Keep in mind a cornered and passionately sophomoric proponent of disarmament WILL begin to argue irrationally with hyper-emotive conjurings, glaringly reminiscent of a 16th century nitwit.
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12/19/2012 04:42 AM
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Re: Idea of how to debate with an anti-gun proponent
Shove a knife in their face, take their mobile phone, and then ask them if they wished they had a gun.

Erm, no, wait. That's not nice.

Send them flowers with a "please don't give up my rights" card.
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12/19/2012 04:56 AM
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Re: Idea of how to debate with an anti-gun proponent
Tell them that Hitler took peoples guns before he started killing people. He started with the handicap people then worked it up to the Jews!

That is why you don't give up you gun right. If they don't want a gun, they are no use to the population. If we get, a want to be, Hitler or any other dictator, that has some serious screws rattling. We will need those guns.

This is the US, but we can be taken over if we are not vigilant.

That we have a constitution amendment, because our fore fathers knew some day we the need them, to keep our country and our freedom!
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Re: Idea of how to debate with an anti-gun proponent
There's absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to get rid of an amendment. The constitution isn't equal to perfection. It wasn't written by god. It was a guide for what the founding fathers decided was best set in stone at the time it was written. The eighteenth amendment was discarded after fourteen years of being in place, because the people saw that it wasn't helping anything.

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