Absolutist gun rights is a belief known to be held in rural America but woefully misunderstood. People call their disagreement with it “common sense” and think I will fall for their wordplay. Or cite gun violence spooky numbers, or supreme court sophisticated opinions, or better yet tell me how big of guns I’d need to overthrow the American state. If a nuclear bomb in a true patriot’s hands would kill the state, trust me on this, I would play my part of getting such a minor thing accomplished; we’re not reading the same book to speak nothing of page.
In the culture of hyper-individualism, there is a mild disdain or mockery of debate for convincing others of your political positions while there is an overwhelming willingness to explain them. I get the feeling this confuses others. Why do I still my mustache like a cartoon villain, then instantly swap gears to discussing ethics, if perhaps narrowly? What’s going on here. Well, I don’t want to win at democrazy and I don’t mean that as some big brain play to win at democrazy.