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Welcome everyone and thank you for joining us. This is Valid Arguments. A show about tom cruises secret family. I’m Jeremy Horton, and Today were going to be talking about guns, and how can we make them seem less cool?! We will also be arguing about Willy Wonka, and as always, the clown college that is our government. Joining me today is Mr. Milo Mordhorst on my right. (Milo intro). And Mr. Joel Barkley on my left. (Joel intro). Thank you both, now I want to start by both of you speaking very clearly into the mic and telling us how many and which guns you own.
Questions I will ask:
- According to the FBI in 2016 over 11,000 murders were carried out with firearms. Over 60% were carried out with handguns. With this kind of gross over representation from handguns I have to ask. What’s the coolest handgun bullet?
- the CDC says Firearm deaths are the third leading cause of deaths among children. Gun advocates argue that the reason we have so many firearms deaths in this country is because poor gun education. The NRA’s has a gun education program for children, the Eddie eagle program. The slogan and main point that is driven home in this children’s cartoon clearly states that when faced with a gun, children should first stop, don’t touch, run away, and tell a grown up. What more do you expect? Direct towards milo
- Palette cleanser/segment – Do you think oom-pah Loompas were slaves or union workers?
- There’s been a lot of talk about the AR-15 Assault rifle. Today they prefer to be called modern sporting rifles. When Assault rifles were banned in 1994, the NRA and Ronald Reagan supported this legislation. How then can we reconcile that with our current culture where 1-2 million modern sporting rifles exist in mass circulation? – milo
- There are still several states that allow title II and title III weapons. This includes, among other things, 37mm grenade launchers, and flame throwers. Joel recently told me that I can legally buy a silencer. I have to say that this is really, really cool. My question is what reasonable use do you guys think there is for guns like these?
- Palette cleanser/segment – Should CSpan and other political broadcasts be required to be more entertaining? – milo
- We’ve talked a lot about gun deaths and what types of guns should be restricted. Are there any guns that are illegal that you would like to see legalized?
- Recently there has been a lot of gun massacres in the US. These tragedies by and large were carried out by known mentally unstable people. There are those that say having a database of firearm owners would help identify those individuals and disarm them before they have a chance to massacre innocent people. Do you think the US government should have a centralized database of the guns and their owners?
- Argument for:
- The RIP bullets. You should have the freedom to fragment your target into as many pieces as you wish. Teflon coated cop killers are a close second.
- Newman the new Caledonian owlet-nightjar. Chris the cornish hen? Greg the galaukus winged gull? Greggory the great white fronted goose. Gun education is very important. It should be taught from baby books all the way up to seniors in high school.
- The practical application for an ar 15 is protection from tyranny. It’s a lot harder to control a population when they do not have any real means to deny an occupying power. Whether foreign or domestic.
- Look the more types of guns we have the better. The more lethal the American population the less susceptible to invasion we will be. All Armies fear partisan action. When a citizen is fighting on his home ground, he is deadlier. He is 1) Protecting his home 2) Knows the Lay of the land 3) Can easily blend into the area.
- I’d like to see a civilian version of a Bradley or a Sherman. I think anything the military can have, we should have a civilian version of. Can’t let them get too far ahead of us. Every home should get a nuke if possible.
- If there’s a database then they can find you. If they can find you, they can take your guns and leave you helpless.
- Outdoor hub article on controversial ammo
- The National Rifle association website
- The foundation for Economic Education
- Wayne Lapierre, executive vice president and chief executive officer of the National Rifle Association.
- Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America, a 300,000-member gun rights organization.
- Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., presidential candidate and a strong gun rights supporter who vowed, “We will not let the liberals tread on the Second Amendment!
- Dudley Brown, executive director of the National Association for Gun Rights, which he calls the “no compromise” gun lobby.
- Alex Jones, radio host and head of Infowars.com
- The Jihawg bullet is tipped with paint that has pork blood in it. Made for killing muslims and making them “harram” or unclean so they are not able to go to heaven.
- I mean what more do you need Woody the Woodpecker? terry the toucan? Gary the goose? Petey the Parrot? Sandy the San Clemente Loggerhead Shrike? Children are heathens. Educating them on gun safety does not serve to protect them anymore than educating a bird on glass windows would protect them from flying their dumb asses into them.
- Jim Sullivan one of the designers of the AR15 has since said that he does see any civilian application for the gun. I would wager he knows more than yo country ass.
- No due to the fact that no foreign power having even the remotest chance of even putting troops on our soil, also could exist economically without our economic system in place, there is also the fact that the U.S. military is unimaginably superior than that of any other country, and very likely more than the top 9 other countries combined. Furthermore, there is the nuclear deterrent that must be considered, as well as the huge logistical undertaking that it would involve in order to deploy hundreds of thousands of troops to U.S. lands and then sustain them for any extended period of time. In other words, it would be the greatest military undertaking in history, and it would take a military force that simply does not exist in the world today.
- Fuck you of course not. More guns need to be restricted. It’s not like we could all trade in our AR15’s for something equally as cool……I mean dangerous.
- A centralized database would help identify individuals that could potentially be a danger to themselves and the people around them. It is essential to helping curb the recent outbreak of tragedies in this country
- Real sports with Bryant Gumble
- The economist
- The bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms
- Rep. Carolyn McCarthy
Outro: *summarize Joel and Milo end arguments* I think that both sides have………………Valid Arguments. The winner of tonight’s argument said “The Second Amendment isn’t there for duck hunting, it’s there to protect us from tyrannical government and street thugs… 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms! The Alex Jones ladies and gentleman. I’d like to thank you all for joining us, and thanks milo and Joel for your thoughts on the subject. We here valid arguments value opinions and think everyone should have one. So if you’re the type of person who knows your voice matters and would like us to help amplify that voice for you, then get at us on social media @argumentsvalid on twitter and valid arguments on Facebook or if you think social media is just as evil as people who think you aren’t naked if you have socks on, please feel free to call and leave us a voicemail, the number is 309-340-9431. Please join us next week for more arguments. We hope to disagree with you soon.