With the Second US Presidential Debate of 2016 taking a town hall format, welcoming questions from the public to the two primary US Presidential Candidates; questions on Gun Control and the 2nd Amendment have been picked as highly notable talking points. The second debate will likely be streamed online at a record level and the rapidly growing ‘Either Way…’ Movement that launched around T-Shirt Designer ‘PoliticalFunny.org’s Controversial T-Shirt Designs is paying close attention.
The article initially reporting and promoting the ‘Either Way…’ movement and controversy can be found at The Daily Moss.
For the ‘town hall’ style debate, the top 30 questions voted on at presidentialopenquestions.com will be considered by CNN and ABC moderators as questions to be posed to Presidential Candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
The voting is being watched carefully by those within the ‘PoliticalFunny.org’ organization, since a guiding factor behind their cutting and tongue-in-cheek T-Shirt designs are the interest of the voting public. Much like how late night hosts will comment on the day’s hottest topics, inspiration for T-Shirt designs are heavily influenced by the political and social zeitgeist, so says a representative of PoliticalFunny.org.
So far there have been well over 10,000+ potential questions put forward with over 2,000,000+ votes ahead of the 2nd debate, scheduled to go ahead on Sunday 9th October 2016. Two of the most popular and therefore most likely to be asked to the Candidates are gun-related.
“Would you support requiring criminal background checks for all gun sales?”
“How will you ensure the 2nd amendment is protected?”
Both candidates agree that anybody on the no-fly or terrorist watch list should not be allowed to buy a gun. Going further though, Trump has the backing of the NRA and fully supports the 2nd Amendment, whereas Hillary supports stricter gun control.
If this becomes a particularly heated part of the 2nd debate, it’s likely a new T-Shirt design will be put into the works, which will please those who have begun collecting the official politicalfunny.org apparel around the 2016 Presidential Election.
Sunday’s 2016 2nd Presidential Debate can be watched on all major stations and streamed online. The origin of more information on the controversial T-Shirts gaining rapid popularity are available to be seen at politicalfunny.org
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