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.. 🧐 Maybe bc I grew up dirt poor in NYC. I see reality.. I don’t have “ republican/ democratic party for the people “ goggles on. 🙄( not rolling my eyes at you )
You are one a very smart person for doing so. The rise of Nazi Germany and the Socialist state/Dictatorship of North Korea are prime examples of what happens when people trust a government too much.
Trump trying to push martial law to gain power.
First off, that isn't really martial law. Secondly, riots are a serious threat to everyone, and they need to be stopped. Thirdly, imagine a scenario in which people who are protesting 2A regulatory laws are becoming violent and are looting stores, beating up and even killing people who are just walking by. Should the law be used then?
1. Martial law by definition is military used in to take control of local government. The act can be used without it being classified as martial law, but the law could install it if the president did choose to do so. With limitations, but once your rights have been revoked, how powerful are those limitations going to be? which is why i asked, do you trust trump with those kind of powers.2. Riots aren't wrong or right. With your logic the boston tea party and the American revolution were wrong. Riots are however harmful to communities. 3. I don't imagine or draw up scenarios. I use facts, and logic to come to conclusions.
1. By definition it is, but in this case it's used only to make it sound more dramatic and scary. In this situation, there are people being hurt every day by these violent lunatics and local authorities are screwing over their own people by not prosecuting these morons. 2. Really? You think that these situations are remotely comparable? A place wanting to be sovereign nation vs a bunch of cretins who aren't fighting for anything really. Last time I checked, looters didn't just chug their shit in the ocean, they are opportunistic dipshits who do not care about anything. 3. That doesn't answer the question.
1. ad hominem2. ad hominem3. I dont think you had a question. It was a made up scenario. if you had a question please re phrase it in question format.
1. That's not an ad hominem, you idiot, this is.2. That's not an ad hominem, you idiot, this is.3. Can you not read? Thirdly, imagine a scenario in which people who are protesting 2A regulatory laws are becoming violent and are looting stores, beating up and even killing people who are just walking by. Should the law be used then?
(of an argument or reaction) directed against a person rather than the position they are maintaining.
Yeah, why are you exactly calling these responses ad hominems. Also you didn't answer the question, again. Why aren't you addressing my arguments?