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Liberalism: An Intrinsically Uncivil Ideology
American Spectator, by George Neumayr

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Posted By:Pluperfect, 10/12/2018 4:59:32 AM

When Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder occupied positions of power in the federal government, they would often lecture conservatives on the virtues of civility and dialogue. To counter Rush Limbaugh and the power of talk radio in the 1990s, rattled liberals once proposed “civility” boards, recruiting such models of civility as Paul Begala to serve on the “Penn Commission,” an undertaking so stupid it didn’t even last Bill Clinton’s presidency. In power, liberals peddle self-serving babble about “civility”; out of power — witness Hillary’s recent pitiful interview and Eric Holder’s endorsement of kicking conservatives —


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Reply 1 - Posted by: jeffkinnh, 10/12/2018 8:02:58 AM     (No. 11793890)

"It still doesn’t occur to liberals that the hysteria with which they greet any political dissent from minority communities explains why more and more members of those communities want to get the hell away from the suffocating political correctness of the Democrats"

But it also clearly demonstrates the incredible falseness of how liberals feel about their various identity groups. For example, it you really respect and value Blacks, you do so all the time, not just when they are being good liberal drones. The fact that your approval can be taken away shows that your approval is also bestowed because YOU decide to give it, NOT because of any intrinsic worthiness of the recipient. Blacks are a TOOL to liberals, just like all their identity groups are TOOLS.

Blacks stepping outside the liberal plantation aren´t real Blacks. Poor people are only valuable when indebted to government liberals and chained by government payments. When poor people struggle to manage on their own, perhaps working multiple low level jobs, liberals don´t care about them. Women that don´t agree with liberals aren´t real women or are slaves to their Republican husbands; like they are unable to think for themselves. Liberals SAY such things. They only value these groups as a group of tools, not as independent individuals.

The vicious disdain that liberals show for those who challenge them shows the liberal "caring" heart is actually a hard, cold, manipulative stone only interested in control and power, NOT people.

The sad thing is that the worst victims of liberalism are the ones that liberalism claims to champion. That is the poisonous lie that resides in liberal hearts.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: greggojo, 10/12/2018 10:58:26 AM     (No. 11794136)

Neumayr is both a fine investigative journalist (he did excellent work piecing together the behind the scenes facts about that thug Brennan´s initiation of the Russian collusion investigation) and a brilliant thinker. The column posted here is an example of the latter.

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