Saturday, March 24, 2018

David Hogg: "Our Parents Don't Know How To Use A F*cking Democracy, So We Have To"

By Real Clear Politics, Mar. 23, 2018

The Outline interviewed David Hogg, a 17-year old survivor of the shooting in Parkland, Florida, who says he is the NRA's "worst nightmare." Hogg's interview was laced with profanity against his detractors, Gov. Rick Scott, the NRA, old people and others.
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  1. does this boy have any idea what he is talking about... if he does i would love to here it. Or does he just rant saying we need gun control laws... What laws? Does this boy know what kind of guns he wants laws about... Or does he say we get rid of guns we get rid of crime... Does this boy know what the difference between gun violence and regular violence is. What about throwing hands, or knives , or hand tools, or does this boy not know more deaths come from automobiles, and let me know if im wrong illegal drugs...So boy give and answer whats your solution Yes gun violence sucks but give me an answer other then we need gun laws cause we have drug laws , car laws, battery laws!!

  2. Democratic republic, not democracy

  3. my grandmother used to tell me when i was hogg's age, that it is better to remain silent and be thought the fool rather than to open your mouth and confirm the fact.

    well david, since you claim we adults don't know how to use our democracy. maybe you could tell me exactly what democracy you are talking about. see the United States of America had never been a democracy. IT IS A CONSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVE REPUBLIC based on the Roman model not the Greek democratic model.


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