In response to:

"Open Minded"? Liberals Prefer to Ignore Arguments They Disagree With

deprogramming services Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 11:29 AM
They are evil my indoctrinated friend. I would call the leadership of the Moonies evil too. The fact that someone makes a false claim does not mean that that claim is false in every case. Let me explain it so that even an indoctrinated nitwit who thinks he's a deep intellectual can understand it: If I was accused of stealing something by everyone else in the world, and I knew that I had not stolen that thing, I would still say that I was not a thief, and if I saw someone with my own eyes steal something, I would call him a thief. A mind-numbed fool like you might think (or I should say feel) that I would be a hypocrite or something for doing that. But I would call myself a person who spoke the truth.
New research out notes that self-identified liberals are indeed more liberal - with the ignore and block buttons on social media platforms when it comes to arguments they disagree with.

As Zeke Miller finds in ORI's presentation, "liberals were significantly more likely to have blocked someone than conservatives," and specifically, they block people "because of their political views."

An old adage is that while conservatives think liberals are wrong, liberals think conservatives are evil. This has been proven true time and time again - liberals prefer to pretend like there's some...

Related Tags: Liberals Conservatives