Others would have done remarkably better while not coming across and being batty and vociferous to boot. If it were to have been a debate between Morgan and say someone like Judge Andrew Napolitano, the message would have been delivered in a clear, no-nonsense and concise fashion without Jone's histrionics and then even the gun grabbers would been given pause.
We are long past the point where dealing with subversives is with kinder gentler conversation. The British Crown has wished to retake what had, in their opinion, been theirs since Colonial days. Some of us have seen this personally first hand and through the actions of our forbears who fled rather than remaining as subjects to royalty.
Please do not take the approach that British royalty is no longer relevant. There are ample instances to the contrary. Ask yourself why Alan Greenspan was “knighted” by the Queen to become “Sir Alan Greenspan”. That, by the way, treads upon our Constitution’s restrictions on accepting titles of nobility.
If Napolitano was to take the approach that you suggest, he would get painted into a corner, just as they tried to do with Jones, so unsuccessfully that they booted him off the program. His arguments were just too compelling to respond to.
You have to show a little more confidence in the intelligence of viewers. When they see someone being interviewed terminated prematurely, it demonstrates that in order to cut their losses they would need to end the discussion.
Perhaps, but if we are going to include the majority of mouthbreathers, those that are incapable of deductive and inductive reasoning—a growing phenomenon, then we also have to appeal to those that can think and do so in a cogent fashion while using logic to destroy the argument of those that seek to take what is rightfully ours. Wise as a serpent and gentle as a dove seems the more effective way to win over those that can be won over.
I know of the arguments about the British lust for America, I've also heard that the Treasury Secretary is paid by the Exchequer, but it has also been folded into the same sort of lust by the Vatican in some accounts.
I'm reading a rather odd, but interesting, book. It's title: Behold a Pale Horse. It touches on some of this, too, but attributes most of the subterfuge and intrigue to the Papacy and Rome.