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New Book Offers New Perspective On Liberal Mind

kender Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:19 PM
@Aintnothing, Evan's point about liberals not making anything must be taken in the context of the book. Read it, then decide if it applies. Evan's point stands regarding liberals. The majority of them are in industries that don't make anything.
cob201 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 2:36 PM
I think we can agree that a major voting bloc - and the source of a great deal of money, power and propoganda -- for the Democratic Party comes from what I call the "Rhetoric Industries" (Academia, Journalism, entertainment, etc.) where the coin-of-the-realm is "cleverness," not tangible results.

Evan Sayet was once a bona fide liberal. Starting out in Hollywood as a stand-up comic, he was discovered by David Letterman and went on to write for a variety of television shows and even worked on Bill Maher’s Politically Incorrect. The liberal comic and writer finally had a change of heart after 9/11 when he saw a side of the liberal mind previously unbeknownst to him, a more sinister and less patriotic part. From that point on, he began a serious quest to find the root of their thoughts. The mind of the liberal has confounded conservatives for several years...