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

Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 11:37 AM
So let me see. We have here two Liberals talking about ones study finding that the Right understands the Left better than the Left understands the Right who then goes on to characterize each side precisely in accordance with the Left's stereotype of themselves and their opposition. The interviewer starts by complaining that his Conservatives parents simply cannot grasp the Lefts 'moderate' views. The other claims that Obama understands the Right. Then says businessmen are predominately Right Wing. That Obama's 'logic' is not understood by the Right.
Raymond, (Ret) Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 11:38 AM

'People' know what the Right stands for, ( as evidenced by the Lefts demonizing of the Right?). Reagan would not be supported by today's Republicans. Republicans have become too hard hearted. Romney cold. Republicans do not care about people. That one problem is that checks and balances, states rights, the non-political charter of the supreme court have been abandoned for partisan reasons without acknowledging that it is the Left who promoted this state of affairs.

Henry VIII Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 11:43 AM
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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