User talk:Dave07

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If you wish to make changes that significantly alter the nature and meaning of the articles I suggest you bring it up on the talk pages first. --DamianJohn 20:00, 28 February 2013 (EST)

I have a right to be right. Dave07 21:16, 28 February 2013 (EST)
Indeed, but you have no right to be heard. --DamianJohn 21:20, 28 February 2013 (EST)
It is extremely ironic how much you seem to love the Constitution when you clearly don't understand the First Amendment. I have as much of a right to be heard as you do. You tend to think I just actually agree with you and don't, but that is a misconception. I do not lie about philosophy.
You have no right to be heard here though. Why on earth would you think the first amendment applied to this website? --DamianJohn 21:44, 28 February 2013 (EST)
Thank-you for your consideration, but the server prevented my response. If this is America, which this website acts like it is, than the First Amendment should apply here. I am a U.S. citizen, I am not in Iran or Sudan, I am not talking about their governments, I should have a right to express my opinion in a non-violent manner. I do believe that I am being less violent than your rather impetuous insults; they are almost dehumanizing. Dave07 22:49, 28 February 2013 (EST)
I am not a US citizen, and I still have no idea why you think that the first amendment would apply to a private site that sets up its own rules of conduct. The First Amendment begins "Congress shall make no laws ... " and is totally irrelevant to this websites rules. I should add that there are things in articles here that I do not agree with, but that I accept that this site has a declared POV and by remaining here I agree to not add things that contradict this POV, at least not in mainspace articles. I suggest you accept this also. --DamianJohn 22:53, 28 February 2013 (EST)
Shouldn't an organization out to protect constitutional rights live by them as well? (I've seen your gun control article; I know there's stuff in the Constitution you like).Dave07 22:59, 28 February 2013 (EST)
That is a non sequitur. An organisation may agree on the rules for the proper running of a country, but not agree that those rules should apply to the running of a website. --DamianJohn 23:02, 28 February 2013 (EST
What's the difference between a country and a website? I'll tell you one thing, it's not income tax.Dave07 23:10, 28 February 2013 (EST)
This is getting dull. No offence but you are not exactly a great debater. Whether you agree or not, you should accept the fact yhat you need to either start making some positive contributions or go somewhere else. --DamianJohn 23:16, 28 February 2013 (EST)
What arguments could I have made better?