The quote of the day is presented by Guns.com.
Many may consider talking politics at the dinner table to be ‘bad manners,’ but (civilian gun ownership) has transformed into a major domestic problem. We definitely need to talk about it. You may not be able to avoid an overzealous family member and their shaky opinions, but you can be prepared to intelligently and civilly serve up the facts as you enjoy a well-deserved slice of pie.
– Samantha Chavarria in How to talk about gun control with your family at Thanksgiving dinner
[ED: This post originally ran in 2017, but some things never change.]
— 📚 holly bryan (book-keeping) (@hmbryan) November 26, 2019
I️ hope my family is ready to talk about gun control at thanksgiving because I️’m not playing ANY board games until they admit we need it
— Austin Jones (@Carney314) November 6, 2017
Play it safe this Thanksgiving:
Rather than having to point out that your relatives are corporatist shills, you’re better off playing it safe & broaching less contentious subjects, such as gun control, abortion, or Mayor Pete & how utterly terrible he is.https://t.co/eFcaJV0KZI
— Andrew Schreck (@andrewschreck) November 25, 2019
Gun Control Activist Wants You To Ask Your Thanksgiving Host If They Have Weapons https://t.co/LahthJgqyg
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) November 23, 2017