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They Don’t Know Us

Clevis Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:41 AM
Friend, if you think this is inarguable you're just agreeing with someone whose ideas already match yours. What Prager says the Left is guilty of is true; it's also true of Rightist thinkers, as well.
Hoosierguy Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 6:43 AM
I think what Chries predicted has come true. Clevis dismissed Prager's column as irrelevant without reading the whole thing. If he had actually read it, he would have understood that conservatives are constantly exposed to liberal viewpoints, while liberals hardly ever are.
Steven668 Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:54 AM
Interesting. He declares that anyone who agrees with anyone else is incapable of thought. Then he retreats to mindless name calling. How specific does an example have to be?
Mark in CA Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 1:56 AM
Chries Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:46 AM
Prager made generalizations about the left and gave specific examples to back up his assertions. You have just made specific generalizations about people on the right. If you have any testosterone (cajones), time to give your specific examples.

C'mon, Bevis, don't wimp out!

Apparently, many liberals were disappointed in the administration’s performance before the Supreme Court. They felt that the government’s lawyer, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, did not respond effectively to the challenges of some of the conservative justices.

The editor of Commentary, John Podhoretz, offered an explanation on his magazine’s blog. “American liberals,” he wrote, “know their own language, but they don’t know the language of their ideological and partisan opposite numbers. ... Conservatives speak liberal, but for liberals in the United States, conservatism might as well be Esperanto.”

I have argued this point for many years. In my book to be published...