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20 Questions Liberals Can't Answer

nyc2013XJj Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:20 PM
Interesting. Lots of predictable screaming and clawing and insulting. But the point remains: Setting up strawman narratives and situations and then challenging someone to respond is just another reason why Regressives are at the bottom. It's sad and pathetic that you believe that some dopey drooler like Johnny Hawkins can pose these questions and you folk think anyone with a brain will take him seriously. Hawkins is not a political analyst, or educated in economics, political science or psychology and yet you sit with your mouth open as he dumps his load of red meat for you to cackle over. Regressives have no standards - they question no one. As long as he tells you what you want to hear, you accept it without question.
MFOgilvie Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 7:40 PM
Hawkins did not create any strawmen, junior. Every one of his questions are legitimate, and based on what actual human beings know about how liberals act.
LAPhil Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:49 PM
I see you can't answer any of the questions, just like other liberals. You just want to attack the questioner as long as he's a conservative. You'd think out of 20 questions you might attempt to give an answer to at least one?
rightmostofthetime Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:26 PM
So answer his questions. All you're doing is proving his point.
Joe40 Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:24 PM
Libs have no standards. They supported a lazy community organizer like Obama, and the worst of 'em expect to have their meager livelihoods simply handed to them, with no expenditure of effort on their part.
jwarrior Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:23 PM
So in other words you have no logical answers to these logical questions. Typical lib. Insult the conservative. Sad little socialist. Go have a good cry and get mommy to tuck you in your basement bed.
nyc2013XJj Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:26 PM
LOL! Explain how these are in any way "logical" questions. These are questions that might come up in a H.S. Freshman level economics or polisci. class but answers are complicated and nuanced and rarely one-sided. I get it -- You will never see that -- you just want simple-minded answers that confirm that you are right and the world is wrong.
Ken6226 Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:28 PM
"These are questions that might come up in a H.S. Freshman level economics or polisci. class but answers are complicated and nuanced and rarely one-sided."

Translation: "I don't know how to answer the questions so I'm accusing the questioner of cheating."
Earl29 Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:41 PM
I think the question of whether the concept of positive rights demands that they be paid for by others whether they want to or not is quite a logical question.
What makes it illogical, XJ?
rightmostofthetime Wrote: Apr 20, 2013 3:44 PM
Exactly, Ken. These aren't fair questions. Why, they aren't even questions, as Hawkins points out. They are abhorrent thoughts that should be demonized, not answered. For to answer them makes the questions legitimate. And the last thing libs want to do is admit that conservatives have a legitimate position on anything.

"It is not enough for the insecure left to deem a position wrong; if it’s merely wrong, it needs to be argued about, and it can’t survive that. It must instead be morally abhorrent, so that the zealot reacts to the toxin of questioning much like a jogger coming across a decomposing body on the side of the road — it must be internalized that the correct response to such a horror is to retch, and faint, and call the authorities post-haste.

This is how the leftist faith protects itself from the infection of doubt. (Meanwhile, of course, patting itself on...

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