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    [W:446]Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    In the abortion folder I started a thread that questioned whether or not men should be involved in the abortion debate since men don't get pregnant. I then compared that to the concept of whether or not women should be involved in the gun debate since the world of guns is mostly a man's world. Go to any gun shop, class, or shooting range and most of the people there will be men.

    That has changed and its continuing to change as more and more women are getting into guns and within the last decade the number of women who own and use guns and are for gun rights has exploded. This makes sense since a gun will enable a woman to stop a much stronger man. So I will say this much, for the most part women should not be involved in the gun debate but I will make an exception for women who own and use guns and who are for gun rights. Somebody such as Kamala Harris should not be involved in the gun debate because even though she does own a gun herself for "personal safety" she is against other people having gun rights. So like Bloomberg she is a super hypocrite.

    So in conclusion, should women such as Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warren be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely not. Should Kaitlin Bennett and Carolyn D Meadows be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely. Women should not have a voice in the gun debate but there should be an exception for women who are for gun rights.
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    Women can shoot, men can't have babies.
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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Lovebug View Post
    Women can shoot, men can't have babies.
    Like I said, there should be exceptions for women who do shoot and do believe in gun rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateChallenge View Post
    In the abortion folder I started a thread that questioned whether or not men should be involved in the abortion debate since men don't get pregnant. I then compared that to the concept of whether or not women should be involved in the gun debate since the world of guns is mostly a man's world. Go to any gun shop, class, or shooting range and most of the people there will be men.

    That has changed and its continuing to change as more and more women are getting into guns and within the last decade the number of women who own and use guns and are for gun rights has exploded. This makes sense since a gun will enable a woman to stop a much stronger man. So I will say this much, for the most part women should not be involved in the gun debate but I will make an exception for women who own and use guns and who are for gun rights. Somebody such as Kamala Harris should not be involved in the gun debate because even though she does own a gun herself for "personal safety" she is against other people having gun rights. So like Bloomberg she is a super hypocrite.

    So in conclusion, should women such as Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warren be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely not. Should Kaitlin Bennett and Carolyn D Meadows be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely. Women should not have a voice in the gun debate but there should be an exception for women who are for gun rights.
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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by DebateChallenge View Post
    In the abortion folder I started a thread that questioned whether or not men should be involved in the abortion debate since men don't get pregnant. I then compared that to the concept of whether or not women should be involved in the gun debate since the world of guns is mostly a man's world. Go to any gun shop, class, or shooting range and most of the people there will be men.

    That has changed and its continuing to change as more and more women are getting into guns and within the last decade the number of women who own and use guns and are for gun rights has exploded. This makes sense since a gun will enable a woman to stop a much stronger man. So I will say this much, for the most part women should not be involved in the gun debate but I will make an exception for women who own and use guns and who are for gun rights. Somebody such as Kamala Harris should not be involved in the gun debate because even though she does own a gun herself for "personal safety" she is against other people having gun rights. So like Bloomberg she is a super hypocrite.

    So in conclusion, should women such as Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warren be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely not. Should Kaitlin Bennett and Carolyn D Meadows be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely. Women should not have a voice in the gun debate but there should be an exception for women who are for gun rights.
    Women own guns too. Stupid thread.
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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

    Quote Originally Posted by DebateChallenge View Post
    In the abortion folder I started a thread that questioned whether or not men should be involved in the abortion debate since men don't get pregnant. I then compared that to the concept of whether or not women should be involved in the gun debate since the world of guns is mostly a man's world. Go to any gun shop, class, or shooting range and most of the people there will be men.

    That has changed and its continuing to change as more and more women are getting into guns and within the last decade the number of women who own and use guns and are for gun rights has exploded. This makes sense since a gun will enable a woman to stop a much stronger man. So I will say this much, for the most part women should not be involved in the gun debate but I will make an exception for women who own and use guns and who are for gun rights. Somebody such as Kamala Harris should not be involved in the gun debate because even though she does own a gun herself for "personal safety" she is against other people having gun rights. So like Bloomberg she is a super hypocrite.

    So in conclusion, should women such as Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warren be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely not. Should Kaitlin Bennett and Carolyn D Meadows be involved in the gun debate? Absolutely. Women should not have a voice in the gun debate but there should be an exception for women who are for gun rights.
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    nice guns...er buns.
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    Re: Women Being Involved In The Gun Debate

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    Women own guns too.
    Ad I've addressed in my OP if you've been paying attention.

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