Which pretty well sums up how I feel about the "Prag" vs. "Three-percenter" debate going on over at Say Uncle's, sparing a pang for the unmannerly abuse heaped on one of the longest-term gunbloggers by some participants in the debate.
Lemme tell you where I stand (you won't like it and I don't care) with a little Zen story: in the woods, there are rattlesnakes. They generally warn you right before they strike but they are very difficult to spot any sooner. Will hikers be made more or less careful if all the rattlesnakes turn bright neon-pink overnight?
--And you flamewarriors? It's damn sure none of you are helping things by throwing snitfits. Fine, fine, there's a deep & awful divide; let's get over it and keep movin', understanding we may, at times, sign some of the same petitions, sometimes buy ammunition the same calibers, recoil from some of the same news stories -- and still have very different views on where to go and how to get there.
While I think it takes a broad front to effect change, from hometown commandos to smooth-talkin' lobbyists in nice suits and I have no expectation of unanimity of opinion across that many different sorts of folk, I don't require anyone out there to agree with me. I am, after all, an anarchist; while I may find myself moving in the same general direction as others, I follow my own path.
As for you, you're own your own -- pick a side, or don't. In the long run, we're all dead anyway and there are better ways to take the journey than to be dragged, kicking and screaming.