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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by soylentgreen View Post
    Then why does that not apply to men? Should not men who do not agree with your position also be excluded?
    Well the world of guns is mostly a man's world and in general men know much more about guns than women do.

    As for men who are against my position on the gun debate, I obviously don't agree with them but to exclude them from the debate wouldn't be fair.

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by soylentgreen View Post
    The gun debate is not just about taking guns away or banning all of them. It is also about regulating either or both gun user and gun. A person can own and use guns and still favour regulating the use and ownership of guns.
    Exactly, just like Kamila Harris and Michael Bloomberg.

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich2018 View Post
    But men have the right to have babies:


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    Men can't get pregnant. Its not a matter of rights as determined by government its a matter of biology and what nature allows. If you disagree you can argue with mother nature.

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    TRULY a bad argument. Women own guns. MANY women own guns.

    No..if you want to make an equivalent argument you would have to say

    "Non gun owners have no business talking about Gun Rights."
    That would be like saying "people who don't get abortions have no business talking about abortion rights."

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by DebateChallenge View Post
    Men can't get pregnant. Its not a matter of rights as determined by government its a matter of biology and what nature allows. If you disagree you can argue with mother nature.
    They don't have a WOMB

    So men cant have babies, but the can have the right to have babies.


    Did you watch the video ?

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich2018 View Post
    I have a CCW but also favor gun control.
    Now I know you're just a big liar and you're full of malarkey. You talk about banning handguns and yet on the other hand you claim to have a CCW permit. Only a dishonest person would contradict themselves like you do.

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by DebateChallenge View Post
    That would be like saying "people who don't get abortions have no business talking about abortion rights."
    No...that would be like saying people that cant get pregnant have no business talking about abortion rights.

    Which is a stupid argument and I believe it is what the OP is pointing out. People have a right to discuss issues. Men (and women) opposed to abortion certainly have the right to their opinions.

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich2018 View Post
    They don't have a WOMB

    So men cant have babies, but the can have the right to have babies.


    Did you watch the video ?
    Its Monty Python, not something that should be involved in a political discussion if you want to be taken seriously.

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by soylentgreen View Post
    The gun debate is not just about taking guns away or banning all of them. It is also about regulating either or both gun user and gun. A person can own and use guns and still favour regulating the use and ownership of guns.
    Let me make this argument another way:

    Lets say I don't own a car but I live on a street where people drive down my residential street at 40 - 60 mph endangering lives. Should that exclude me from being able to vote on or discuss tougher driving laws? This is what the OP is claiming.
    "It certainly doesn't have to be a crime. If you have somebody who completely corrupts the office of president and who abuses trust and who poses great danger to our liberty, you don't need a technical crime." - Alan Dershowitz, 1998 re: Clinton.

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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by DebateChallenge View Post
    Not all women who own and use guns are necessarily for other people having gun rights, Kamila Harris for example.
    You're still not making sense... so let me just say this:

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    "It certainly doesn't have to be a crime. If you have somebody who completely corrupts the office of president and who abuses trust and who poses great danger to our liberty, you don't need a technical crime." - Alan Dershowitz, 1998 re: Clinton.

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