Sunday, December 01, 2013

A text book example of a liberal

Liberals embrace tolerance as long as you agree with them.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

How ironic that most liberals whom I come across claim that they're tolerant of others, but if no one agrees with them, they call the other person vile names.

Some months ago, I was reading an Ann Coulter book "How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must)" while riding the bus. One person criticized me for reading Ann Coulter and and describing a lot of vile name about her. Ironically, like the title of the book, I asked the person how does he know that she is what he described. Very clueless, couldn't give a direct answer, and his only resources come from other liberals. I also asked if he as liberals is supposed to be tolerant and accepting of others, why did he made such misogynistic remarks about Ann Coulter? He had to get off the next stop.

-Big Pop

10:26 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

There is nothing I hate more than when leftist liberals charge rightist conservatives with being “unloving, intolerant, mean-spirited.” When they say that they are actually talking about themselves (projection). No one is more mean and vicious when crossed than a leftist liberal. It is to distract from the message by attacking the messenger. It happens in religion as well as politics, to switch the matter from book chapter and verse, to personalities. After surfing the internet for 13 years there is no doubt in my mind that leftist liberals do more cussing, cursing, obscene name-calling and subject switching than even the most extreme “redneck” so-called conservatives. Now, there are wicked and hypocrites on all sides, for sure. But the race card labeling is a waste of time and energy. Those who use what I call emotionally loaded culturally programmed buzzwords (“racist, sexist, anti-gay” etc.), are part of the problem. Just state the case. Deal with the issues. The truth and the facts will stand on their own. The day comes when the deniers and koolaid drinkers have egg on their faces, but they still blame somebody else. A few convert, after getting mugged by reality and enlightened by facts. A person is either part of the solution or else part of the problem. Truth seekers are part of the solution.

10:10 AM  
Blogger aeriedad said...

Well said, Indigo. There are good and bad people of all colors. We need to focus instead on the values that set us apart from other societies, such as freedom and liberty. It's easy to like getting something for nothing. For a few generations, we allowed slavery. The Civil War and the women's suffrage and black civil rights movements, while necessary for the expansion of American Freedom, also ushered in this era of Big Government. Today, Big Government is the primary source of "something for nothing." Too often we now welcome government largesse while millions just want a job. Jobs are scarce because business owners can't risk hiring new employees while government is hostile to business. So basically, I hope to be part of the solution, but if it's up to the lame stream media, I guess I'm just the bad guy. Whatever. Sorry recognizing reality.

6:04 PM  
Anonymous mike said...

What word

6:15 AM  

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