Somthing I am grateful for I assure you
You aren't me.
More wisdom from harry, the republican,”
I take that as a compliment. I wouldn't if I were you.
“More wisdom from harry, the republican,”
I take that as a compliment.
More wisdom from harry, the republican,
harry read a little further.....as usual you make poking fun at liberals too easy with your display of ignorance......
My last statement wasn’t true. I HAVE seen the West Coast—on TV. However, I haven’t BEEN TO the West Coast.
You're quite welcome.
FYI, I haven't seen the West Coast for over a year.
Ahhh what would the holidays be without hearing the "republican" wisdom of our Fraudulent Father, The Sneakin Deacon, West Coast Harry. Thank you so much Harry for coming to our little hometown forum and distributing your great wisdom to us lowly West Virginians.
Of course, I realize many disagree with me, including Ithink, who, instead of treating myth as an individual, assigns him to a group and belches, “I see myth is having a typical liberal Thanksgiving.”
I will continue to extol individualism, which takes people according to their own merits. I will also decry collectivism, which judges people according to in-groups and out-group.
I usually don’t pay attention to your posts. Perhaps I should, for you have certainly amused me by writing, “Liberals tend to view people as parts of groups, not individuals.”
I guess you meant to belittle liberals by saying they classify people according to group. Yet, you incongruously classify liberals according to group by applying the same characteristic to each member of the group. Then you double down by adding, “there has NEVER been a liberal who has ever done anything close to altruism.”
Your statements contradict themselves, unless, of course, you (and the person you quoted) don’t think “viewing people as parts of groups” is a bad thing.
Now that’s funny. Of course, we should expect self-contradictory statements from someone who calls himself or herself “thatsabsurd.”
I thank you.
I see myth is having a typical liberal Thanksgiving.
Oh Thatsabsurd you copy and pasting fiend!
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Ok R1KRA8 come on down out of the woodwork or out from your trollish home amidst the roots of a tree and chastise Thatsabsurd for plagiarism.
Oh will you?
Or will you just...let....it...goooo!
"People rarely do something just because its the good thing to do. Its all about personal satisfaction"
Your correct "imbecile one" there has NEVER been a liberal who has ever done anything close to altruism.
have never been spoken
7) Liberals give themselves far too much credit just for being liberal. To many liberals, all one needs to do to be wise, intelligent, compassionate, open minded, and sensitive is to BE LIBERAL. In other words, many of the good things about a person spring not from his actions, but from the ideology he holds. This has an obvious appeal. You can be a diehard misogynist, but plausibly call yourself a feminist, hate blacks, but accuse others of racism, have a subpar IQ and be an intellectual, give nothing to charity and be compassionate, etc., etc., and all you have to do is call yourself a liberal. It's a shortcut to virtue much like the corrupt old idea of religious indulgences. Why live a life of virtue when you could live a sinful life and buy your way into heaven? If you're a liberal, why actually live a life of virtue when you can merely call yourself a liberal and get credit for being virtuous, even when you've done nothing to earn it?
No these aren't my words but truer words ha
6) Liberals take a dim view of personal responsibility. Who's at fault if a criminal commits a crime? The criminal or society? If someone creates a business and becomes a millionaire, is that the result of hard work and talent or luck? If you're dirt poor, starving, and haven't worked in 5 years, is that a personal failing or a failure of the state? Conservatives would tend to say the former in each case, while liberals would tend to say the latter. But when you disconnect what an individual does from the results that happen in his life, it's very difficult to understand cause and effect in people's lives.
5) Liberals tend to view people as parts of groups, not individuals. One of the prejudices of liberalism is that they see everyone as part of a group, not as an individual. This can lead to rather bizarre disparities when say, a man from a group that they consider to be powerless, impoverished victims becomes the leader of the free world -- and he's challenged by a group of lower middle class white people who've banded together because individually they're powerless. If you listen to the liberal rhetoric, you might think Barack Obama was a black Republican being surrounded by a KKK lynching party 100 years ago -- as opposed to the single most powerful man in America abusing the authority of his office to attack ordinary Tea Partiers who have the audacity to speak the truth to power for the good of their country.
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