Speak from experience!

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There's no point - they're unlikely to change their view there and then. People generally don't respond well to being told they're wrong...

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very diplomatically if you don't want an argument.

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But what if I want an argument? :)

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Well I always try to find similarities with my beliefs and theirs, and move on to the differences and why I believe differently.

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we don't define people by their politics in uk.<br />
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maybe you could learn something about tolerance.

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??? What are you smoking?

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don't have a viewpoint so no viewpoint to explain

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Sounds like you live the good life. :)

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COLD ... isn't it

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say "I'm right and you're wrong".

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I test the waters. If they are looking for an argument or looking to recruit me to the dark side, I don't. If they are seriously interested, I will state my philosophical and moral reasons for my position and then review the facts in a respectful manner. If they counter, I will listen respectfully. There have been a couple times, such discussion have changed my mind. Other times they confirmed what I believe. Whether on not they change their mind is irrelevant. I learned something and hopefully they learned something. Change takes time.

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In as few words as possible? You either stand and debate politely, you argue (should you be that way inclined) because the other person exacerbates you (or vice-versa) or you openly and simply walk away should it all turn bad :)<br />
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~F~

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I use religion. You always want to lead a political discussion with religion to keep everything simple.<br />
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(truth is, I don't discuss either)

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Most of the time you don't, because most likely they won't listen anyway. They're busy trying to figure out how to convince you that YOU are wrong.

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I don't, they have their views and I have mine, not recruiting.

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