We need to be clever in our arguments to show their fallacies. Dianne Feinstein is mistaken by comparing guns to pornographySubmitted by Treubig on Fri, 03/15/2013 - 01:31
I would have commented on the original post but I thought this was important and urgent. In the video of an exchange between Ted Cruz and Dianne Feinstein, originally posted by celeste, contained an argument of child pornography by Dianne Feinstein. I am happy to say she is mistaken in that view. I can see her view that child pornography is a restriction to the first amendment as we cannot posses or create that material. What she got wrong is that child pornography does not compare to a gun or the second amendment. View my argument below:
Person - Gun - Shot - deceased body
Person - Camera - Shot - Child Pornography
As you can see above, the camera is to the gun as the deceased body is to child pornography. She should be pushing to ban cameras if she wants to compare guns to child pornography. It is already illegal to create a deceased body as it is child pornography.
The second amendment has to be amended to take any weapon away from anyone no matter how scary looking or deadly it may be.
We need to be very clever in our arguments to show their fallacies.