AMP was created to assist people in less connected regions by offering low bandwidth content. You can compare it with an RSS stream of sorts. Simply saying no, in my opinion, is far too narrow sighted. In fact I see quite some opportunity for an extension that provides AMP versions of discussions.
Aside from the benefit of removing JS interaction which will increase loading time, it also allows for full page caching mechanisms to be applied like Varnish. The drawback, as jordanjay29 correctly pointed out, is that you cannot interact with it easily; the documentation however offers a solution to work with logins and allow commenting; two basic functionalities that could be introduced in such an extension as well.
Although Google, and most likely only Google, will rank you higher in case you have AMP enabled pages, I see no other huge benefit to implement all this, especially taking into account the amount of effort needed to normalise JS generated content to AMP. A feat probably all extension developers will find hard to complete.
Other companies are taking low bandwidth into consideration as well though, just take a look at low bandwidth Tuesday.