ThefingerNoz Wrote:
Jan 09, 2013 11:11 AM
Agitator - Everyone sees problems that don’t exist or are less serious than they think. But Prager invents them , or distorts them, solely for the purpose of creating a rhetorical framework for attacking liberals and leftists (who don’t exist in the way he perceives them). He get the problem wrong, blames it on a group that does not really exist, and then sometimes offers a solution that would be wrong even if the issue and consequences were as he described. He couldn't possible be farther off. But he does not care. Emasculating the left is all that is important. Generally, conservative frames are designed to establish superiority, usually moral, over "others:. And they generally view a lot of people as “other” rather than us.