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Old 09-04-2013, 03:12 AM  
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The Twelve Rules For Being A Liberal

Twelve Rules For Being A Liberal




There may be no official rule book for being a liberal, but that doesn't mean there aren't rules. There are actually quite a few rules liberals go by and the more politically active liberals become, the more rigidly they tend to stick to their own code of behavior. These rules, most of which are unspoken, are passed along culturally on the Left and viciously enforced. Ironically, many liberals could not explain these rules to you and don't even consciously know they're following them. So, by reading this article, not only will you gain a better understanding of liberals, you'll know them better than they know themselves in some ways.

1) You justify your beliefs about yourself by your status as a liberal, not your deeds. The most sexist liberal can think of himself as a feminist while the greediest liberal can think of himself as generous. This is because liberals define themselves as being compassionate, open minded, kind, pro-science and intelligent not based on their actions or achievements, but based on their ideology. This is one of the most psychologically appealing aspects of liberalism because it allows you to be an awful person while still thinking of yourself as better than everyone else.

2) You exempt yourself from your attacks on America: Ever notice that liberals don't include themselves in their attacks on America? When they say, "This is a racist country," or ",This is a mean country," they certainly aren't referring to themselves or people who hold their views. Even though liberals supported the KKK, slaughtering the Indians, and putting the Japanese in internment camps, when they criticize those things, it's meant as an attack on everyone else EXCEPT LIBERALS. The only thing a liberal believes he can truly do wrong is to be insufficiently liberal.

3) What liberals like should be mandatory and what they don't like should be banned: There's an almost instinctual form of fascism that runs through most liberals. It's not enough for liberals to love gay marriage; everyone must be forced to love gay marriage. It's not enough for liberals to be afraid of guns; guns have to be banned. It's not enough for liberals to want to use energy-saving light bulbs; incandescent light bulbs must be banned. It's not enough for liberals to make sure most speakers on campuses are left-wing; conservative speakers must be shouted down or blocked from speaking.

4) The past is always inferior to the present: Liberals tend to view traditions, policies, and morals of past generations as arbitrary designs put in place by less enlightened people. Because of this, liberals don't pay much attention to why traditions developed or wonder about possible ramifications of their social engineering. It’s like an architect ripping out the foundation of a house without questioning the consequences and if the living room falls in on itself as a result, he concludes that means he needs to make even more changes.

5) Liberalism is a jealous god and no other God may come before it: A liberal "Christian" or "Jew" is almost an oxymoron because liberalism trumps faith for liberals. Taking your religious beliefs seriously means drawing hard lines about right and wrong and that's simply not allowed. Liberals demand that even God bow down on the altar of liberalism.

6) Liberals believe in indiscriminateness for thought: This one was so good that I stole it from my buddy, Evan Sayet: " Indiscriminateness of thought does not lead to indiscriminateness of policy. It leads the modern liberal to invariably side with evil over good, wrong over right and the behaviors that lead to failure over those that lead to success. Why? Very simply if nothing is to be recognized as better or worse than anything else then success is de facto unjust. There is no explanation for success if nothing is better than anything else and the greater the success the greater the injustice. Conversely and for the same reason, failure is de facto proof of victimization and the greater the failure, the greater the proof of the victim is, or the greater the victimization."

7) Intentions are much more important than results: Liberals decide what programs to support based on whether they make them feel good or bad about themselves, not because they work or don't work. A DDT ban that has killed millions is judged a success by liberals because it makes them feel as if they care about the environment. A government program that wastes billions and doesn't work is a stunning triumph to the Left if it has a compassionate sounding name. It would be easier to convince a liberal to support a program by calling it the “Saving Women And Puppies Bill" than showing that it would save 100,000 lives.

8) The only real sins are helping conservatism or harming liberalism: Conservatives often marvel at the fact that liberals will happily elect every sort of pervert, deviant, and criminal you can imagine without a second thought. That's because right and wrong don't come into the picture for liberals. They have one standard: Does this politician help or hurt liberalism? If a politician helps liberalism, he has a free pass to do almost anything and many of them do just that.

9) All solutions must be government-oriented: Liberals may not be as down on government as conservatives are, but on some level, even they recognize that it doesn't work very well. So, why are liberals so hell bent on centralizing as much power as possible in government? Simple, because they believe that they are better and smarter than everyone else by virtue of being liberals and centralized power gives them the opportunity to control more people's lives. There's nothing scarier to liberals than free people living their lives as they please without wanting or needing the government to nanny them.

10) You must be absolutely close minded: One of the key reasons liberals spend so much time vilifying people they don't like and questioning their motivations is to protect themselves from having to consider their arguments. This helps create a completely closed system for liberals. Conservative arguments are considered wrong by default since they're conservative and not worth hearing. On the other hand, liberals aren't going to make conservative arguments. So, a liberal goes to a liberal school, watches liberal news, listens to liberal politicians, has liberal friends, and then convinces himself that conservatives are all hateful, evil, racist Nazis so that any stray conservatism he hears should be ignored. It makes liberal minds into perfectly closed loops that are impervious to anything other than liberal doctrine.

11) Feelings are more important than logic: Liberals base their positions on emotions, not facts and logic and then they work backwards to shore up their position. This is why it's a waste of time to try to convince a liberal of anything based on logic. You don't "logic" someone out of a position that he didn't use "logic" to come up with in the first place.

12) Tribal affiliation is more important than individual action: There's one set of rules for members of the tribe and one set of rules for everyone else. Lying, breaking the rules, or fomenting hatred against a liberal in good standing may be out of bounds, but there are no rules when dealing with outsiders, who are viewed either as potential recruits, dupes to be tricked, or foes to be defeated. This is the same backwards mentality you see in places like Iraq and Afghanistan, except it's based on ideology, not religion.


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Old 09-07-2013, 11:11 PM   #286
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They may seem small to you but if I can't put any substance in my body that I wish that means that I don't own my own body, the state owns it and can legislate what I can do with it.

Same thing with weapons it says shall not be infringed. That means no restrictions or permission needed from the government.

I am all for civil rights, that means that I can deny service to any person for any reason including disagreement with their lifestyle or looks. Let the market punish businesses for their bigotry, the government shouldn't.
A bit dramatic to say the state "owns" your body due to drug laws, but I'm against most of them. However, don't act like drug laws are a LIBERAL thing.

Gimme a break on the 2nd amendment--unless you're gonna argue you have a right to a nuclear weapon, then you agree that SOME restrictions are permissible.

Tough shit about your civil rights.
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Old 09-07-2013, 11:16 PM   #287
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You aren't even mentioning policies. You are talking political wins. WTF does that mean?

I listed nationwide US policy shifts that liberals achieved that has changed the nation and never been reversed.

You are comparing a hanging chad to Roe. v. Wade that resulted in 50 million aborted babies and climbing today.

You are comparing an FDA appointment to the 1968 Gun Control Act that resulted in massive gun control legislation and regulation and completely changed who can own what guns and how and where.

You are comparing a bailout of wall street -- who owns both parties equally by the way -- to the 1965 Immigration Act that flooded our borders with illegal aliens and completely changed the demographic face of this nation, giving Hispanics enormous political clout that didn't exist prior.

You are comparing a pipsqueak court case about campaign donations to the permanent hi-jacking of the private health care sector by Obamacare on its way to single payer socialized medicine.

You are nucking futs.

This is why I can't talk to liberals. I write a post listing 20 odd major structural changes to American law, regulation, and culture and you come back with insignificant pipsqueak episodes that have no permanent bearing on the direction of American government and life. We can't even win a battle over building a stinking oil pipeline.

Kaepernick: "Liberals won again when the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA can regulate CO2 plant food as an air pollutant, bankrupting entire industries and costing businesses billions of dollars in costly regulations, impacting coal mining and exploitation, oil exploration and auto manufacturing. What such far reaching case have conservatives won?"

Braincase: "Well, Karl Rove stayed at a Holiday Inn Express once".

WTF?
Thanks for reminding me why I need to avoid this forum. Some people you just can't debate with. No matter what a person points out or the issues a person brings to the table, it's WRONG. No give and take, no compromise, no movement to try and ACTUALLY SOLVE THE ****ING PROBLEM. It's all my side is right, and your side needs a ****ing lobotomy. I avoided this forum for years. I'm out. Congrats. You win.
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Old 09-07-2013, 11:19 PM   #288
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A bit dramatic to say the state "owns" your body due to drug laws, but I'm against most of them. However, don't act like drug laws are a LIBERAL thing.
Prohibition was a progressive thing. Since progressives still support the drug war even more so then conservatives do i.e. Obama's DOJ prosecuting more medical marijuana stores then Bush's DOJ did. You really don't get to brag about that.

Also, it took a constitutional amendment to ban alcohol. How come there wasn't one needed for any other substance?

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Gimme a break on the 2nd amendment--unless you're gonna argue you have a right to a nuclear weapon, then you agree that SOME restrictions are permissible.
Yep, if you can afford a nuke you should be able to have it. Good luck getting insurance for your property though. Also you are liable for anybody you hurt or anybodies property you damage with your nuke that wasn't attacking you.

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Tough shit about your civil rights.
Yep the typical **** you that's why reasoning of the authoritarian.
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Old 09-07-2013, 11:27 PM   #289
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Prohibition was a progressive thing. Since progressives still support the drug war even more so then conservatives do i.e. Obama's DOJ prosecuting more medical marijuana stores then Bush's DOJ did. You really don't get to brag about that.
Obama administration to allow recreational marijuana laws to stand
http://www.latimes.com/nation/politi...tory?track=rss

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Yep, if you can afford a nuke you should be able to have it. Good luck getting insurance for your property though. Also you are liable for anybody you hurt or anybodies property you damage with your nuke that wasn't attacking you.
You're a nut.

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Yep the typical **** you that's why reasoning of the authoritarian.
Yes, you used to be able to own slaves. And now you have to serve those people if they come in your restaurant. Tough shit, asshole.
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Old 09-07-2013, 11:39 PM   #290
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[quote=cosmo20002;9949032]Obama administration to allow recreational marijuana laws to stand
http://www.latimes.com/nation/politi...tory?track=rss

A policy which they can pull at any time they wish. Sorry, not impressed.

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Nope, I just believe in freedom. I believe that you should have freedom to even if you don't.

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Yes, you used to be able to own slaves. And now you have to serve those people if they come in your restaurant. Tough shit, asshole.
Again with the ad hominem. I take it that you concede that point as a freedom lost. Now before you go on, Jim Crow laws were also a violation of free association since they prevented someone from serving any customers they wished.

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Old 09-07-2013, 11:47 PM   #291
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Old 09-08-2013, 12:18 AM   #292
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...another lonely weekend for 'cosmo".
What is that supposed to mean?
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Old 09-08-2013, 12:24 AM   #293
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Since the Civil War Like what? You pissed that you can't own slaves?
You can't smoke in a lot of places anymore I guess.
The beginning of the loss of state's rights. It is the beginning of the central government power grab.

The 50 states are the building blocks of the nation - hence the electoral college and why Rhode Island and Texas both have 2 Senate seats.

Cities and counties don't have very much sovereignty. A bit, not much. Mostly the people in cities and counties are bound strictly by state laws. It is why you have a state drivers license, not a federal one. It is why get a state hunting license, not a federal one. It is why nurses and engineers must be licensed in their states, not with the federal government.

The separate sovereign states are the building blocks of America.

Since the Civil War and the carpetbaggers, etc..., states have been losing their rights steadily. It is why the federal government can shove "common core" education down our throats. It is why the FHWA withholds transportation funds if the states don't meet EPA attainment goals. Anymore, the states are being held hostage to rapidly escalating federal government power.

This is why 3 states now have passed nullification laws, claiming states rights under the 10th Amendment to the US constitution.

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

In other words, if it doesn't say explicitly in the constitution that the EPA can halt a farmer from filling in a drainage problem on his land that the EPA calls a vernal pool, then the EPA has no authority to do so. Or if it doesn't state explicitly that firearms makers in Montana cannot sell assault weapons to people in Montana, then the federal government has no power to do so.

You can slander me all you want as if I want to see the evil of slavery re-institutionalized. Slavery is the 3rd greatest institutional evil the USA has ever committed, right after #2 the extermination of the Native Americans,and #1, the killing of 50-60 million unborn children.

I'm talking about the destruction of federalism with the oppressive consolidation of central government power and the trouncing of state sovereign authority.
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Old 09-08-2013, 12:28 AM   #294
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Wow, there's a new nutjob in town...
You don't need to go over the falls to realize your barrel is far off shore and racing down the Niagara River. You don't need to finish the 49th quarter when you are down 44-3 at half time. Anybody with a modicum of intelligence and a knowledge of history knows when an empire is in decline or a nation has turned the corner politically, demographically and culturally, and the decline and fall is baked into the cake.

History will prove me right, even if I am not around to see it. Your grandchildren surely will.
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Just admit that you want to own people and keep the White House white.[/cosmo]
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Just admit that you want to own people and keep the White House white.[/cosmo]
number one on the agenda of keeping americans divided...blacks and whites won the revolutionary war..the civil war, etc...WashDC knows if we were truly united, we'd be unstoppable.
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Just admit that you want to own people and keep the White House white.[/cosmo]
Not sure you would actually want to do so, but it is clear a few of you would at least like to retain the option.
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Not sure you would actually want to do so, but it is clear a few of you would at least like to retain the option.
It would not surprise me at all to know that you've truly convinced yourself of that.
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It would not surprise me at all to know that you've truly convinced yourself of that.
Who knows with this crowd complaining about the effects of (and events leading up to) the civil war and the oppression of civil right laws.
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Who knows with this crowd complaining about the effects of (and events leading up to) the civil war and the oppression of civil right laws.
And we've arrived full circle at your refusal to acknowledge the effects of the war beyond the settling of the slavery issue. Points for consistency, I suppose.
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