Another civil discussion. Almost.
Why I Think Conservatives Are Misinformed ___Wk. #3 ___
While I certainly am not surprised, since I knew going into this weekly exercise, there would be few, if any, Liberal advocates willing to debate on an equal and civil basis, it is a little disappointing. After all, I know many of you are not conservatives, nor are you Liberals. You could be independents, or first time voters looking for answers to many questions you might have, and therefore a civil discussion of many of the issues would be helpful for you to make up your mind as to who to vote for.
By sparking some kind of discussion you would have a better chance to make an intelligent choice. Unfortunately, there seems to be a lack of interest in having that sort of discussion. As I said, I am not surprised. I have first hand knowledge of the why and wherefores of such a discussion not appealing to Liberals. Civil discussion indicates going into reasonably intelligent arguments as to why to do or not do something. It has been my experience that most liberals appear to have been trained to talk over the top of their opponents and make accusations (usually baseless) about the person they are debating. That is difficult to do in a written format rather than an oral debate. Which is precisely why I chose this format. You must be willing to back up what you say with facts, or at least state what you believe to be true and then to discuss why your opponent disagrees. There are few Liberals capable of doing this.
So I will change the format somewhat to at least give those of you who are looking for answers to ask questions. I f you have heard things that either side has clained and would like to have some information to examine please don’t hesitate to ask, simply by using the review / comments button at the bottom of this srticle. You can ask anonymously if you wish and I will do my best to answer for both sides if I can. If I don’t know what the position of the liberals is I will tell you where I think you can get the answer.
We are faced with a world changing election this year in November and your vote is needed. Make no mistake, the worst thing you could do is not vote. That’s why its important to know what your choices are. I will begin next week to take as many issues as I can think of that will make up, or should make up, the national debate from either side of the argument.
This is a serious and therefore an open discussion which should include as many opinions as possible to fully understand what is at stake.
I look forward to what you might have to say.