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Thursday, December 2, 2010

The Left Is Always Right

H/t to reader Judd for this video:

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  1. Bullseye! Of course, in the real world, the discussion wouldn't get past 20 seconds before the lib screamed "racist" at the conservative and stormed off in a blind rage. They become very uncomfortable when their world-view and what they consider "the truth" is challenged and they tend to lash out at the challenger.

  2. Jim beat me to it.... + profanity and other name calling

    "Of course, in the real world..."

  3. And re the Tea Party:

    Conservative Republican, negative rights Libertarian or classical liberal He: "Hey, the people are revolting."

    Democrat leftist, fashionista or Progressive and women's lib She: "Yes, they are disgusting."

  4. "Well, the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so." - Ronald Reagan

  5. The 2001: A Space Odyssey reference at the end was a nice touch.

  6. "Racism is very subtle these days."

    Banging head on desk here...

  7. 1. She let herself be cross-examined for a quarter hour without once trying to take the initiative. Golly, liberals are stupid. /snark

    2. Excuse my language, but if either of the factions symbolized in that video gets its way, we're screwed. (Although the male may be intended to depict an open-minded independent rather than a partisan conservative. Whatever.)

  8. Afterthought:

    3. I wish the Right expressed a quarter of the skepticism about "missile defense" that they do about "global warming". (Both sets of quotes in the preceding sentence are intended to express skepticism: not denial, skepticism.)

  9. Is that water cooler filled with milk?

  10. @gs: Defense is and always has been the smallest part of the budget. The largest is entitlement spending.