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

gstephens Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 2:36 PM
Where in the world do you come up with this revenge thing? Please explain this idea of "willful ignorance." Ignorance of what? What are you calling anger and bitterness? Your post is blathering nothingness without any facts or basis. More liberal touchy-feeliness--I think it; therefore it must be true. How about something concrete? Where do you stand on the crushing national debt. This is a subject artfully ignored by all liberals. What is your concrete plan there? Where do you stand on government budgeting? Unnecessary? Would you like to discuss constitutional duty and responsibilities? Feel free to explain further.
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...

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