Highlights from D'Souza-Ayers Debate: Wealth Distribution, Gay Rights, 2nd Amendment

Check out these highlights from my January 30th debate with Bill Ayers, watched live by 100,000 people online.

You can watch the full debate on my website by clicking here.

On the 2nd Amendment:

On Gay Rights:

On Wealth Distribution:

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  • Gregg Kishline says:

    February 13, 2014 at 10:07 AM

    I am no fan of the actions of the president, including the ACA. He abrogated his responsibility. He sidestepped any national dialog and proceeded with the premise behind the status quo – he served up healthcare system based on for-profit insurance.

    In listing some of man’s unalienable rights [“..life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness..”], did the founders specifically intend a human right to life? Implication: Do humans have the right of equal access to care, when faced with illness? …like basic education, ….or voting?

    Clearly, our founders expected the Constitution to evolve, through amendment. They anticipated that societal and technological evolution would serve up new national dilemmas.

    If you accept that this society has a responsibility to ‘pull the wagon’ (for those who can’t), does it not make sense to pull as efficiently as possible? While healthcare in the US is an amalgam of several models and payment systems, the US is the only developed country on the planet that uses for-profit insurance as the basis for its citizens’ healthcare.

    Admitting the element of profit into healthcare is the equivalent of pulling the wagon with the emergency brake on – it’s an inefficient system of ensuring equal access to healthcare. (How much brake? US is #1 in percentage of GDP spent on health, while only 80% of US insurance premiums pay for health – 20% goes to admin/profit. Most other countries return 90% or better. And access in the US isn’t all that equal – 20,000 die annually from treatable disease. In a word, inefficient.)

    Adding insult, the quality of US healthcare is disappointingly low (per WHO metrics, we’re #23 in infant mortality!). Healthcare is done cheaper and better when non-profit insurance underlies a country’s healthcare system. So says every other developed country.

    IF (and that’s a big IF) the US decides that equal access to healthcare is not a commodity but rather a human right, then how do you assure that right? Government control of healthcare? And if so, which of the four models do you follow? This is the discussion we have not yet had.

    Before condemning Obama for his policies of re-distribution, his greater sin was committed upstream. It is his failure to involve America in discourse and consensus, in apparent deference to very large harvesters of wealth.

  • mmmjv says:

    February 13, 2014 at 11:37 AM

    Did Bill ask you why you blame America for 9/11?

    • D Brown says:

      February 25, 2014 at 5:11 PM

      He blames, in part, the American “left” for imposing their corrupt values on the rest of the world in the name of liberty. I consider it a weak argument as the murderous Islamist use victimhood to justify their violence as a guise for their supremacist and world domination mandate. See the excerpts from the Amazon page for more details: http://www.amazon.com/The-Enemy-At-Home-Responsibility/dp/0767915615

  • Craig says:

    February 13, 2014 at 6:34 PM

    Before I die I would like to see just one American from the armed forces, FBI, veteran, or plain citizen punch Bill Ayers teeth out the back of his evil head. American’s from the Marines down to the lowest citizen have been turned into cowards and put up with communist parasites like Ayers.

  • Farrightwing says:

    February 13, 2014 at 7:03 PM

    Dinesh, in the interest of full disclosure, why didn’t you ask Ayers why he is considered a domestic terrorist by the FBI? He wasn’t shy about insinuating negative comments about you.

  • Karridine says:

    February 13, 2014 at 8:52 PM

    Ayers is searching for functional, radical and positive change? Let him search the Baha’i Writings! Let him see the international Baha’i Community, this world’s ONLY global community! Let him investigate the real, actual, practical, timely functions and benefits of Baha’i Administration. Now.

  • Fredrick says:

    February 13, 2014 at 10:52 PM

    This was the land of opportunity, for those who would seize that opportunity. To over simplify, then came Johnson and Welfare. While the original “theory” might have held some water so to speak, taking care of those in real (limited) need, the practice has proven welfare has actually made a dependent society, at the expense of those who actually produce!
    What a shame this is even a concern, much less a foreign minded president who earned nothing on his own, so now it easy to see why we continue in this direction.
    To hear college students actually applaud the notion of not producing, but sharing in someone else’s “pie” shows he fundamental change that is taking place. The problem those people do not see…is where will the next pie come from when the producers (providers of the pie) disappear?. Hindsight is 20 / 20 however far too many are not looking or listening!
    Even Khrushchev knew the US would self destruct! Shameful.
    Dinesh has and is seizing his rightful place at his own expense, not of the bootstraps (yes word used by choice) of others. What a man!

  • Anne says:

    February 14, 2014 at 2:24 AM

    Bill Ayers is a kook

  • Florida Jim says:

    February 14, 2014 at 9:34 AM

    Bill Ayers and his terrorist wife , a 60’s slut, are multi-millionaires off the school system they have used to indoctrinate children everywhere to, become Marxists. I, sadly regret, never looking him up when I lived in Chicago and confronting him. He was a skinny punk who lived of his wealthy father who also bought him freedom as Mayor Daley allowed Bill to not go to jail. Instead Daley employed him in the schools

  • Joy Staveley says:

    February 14, 2014 at 2:37 PM

    In the Q & A Ayers is condescending, rude, interrupts, and looks pretty week to me. I am disgusted when anyone acts the way he did in the Q & A. I guess when you don’t have a strong argument, that’s all you have left.