Thursday, March 01, 2007

Thought for the Day

This is a very quick reply to an insane rant by a leftist on another blog:

One simply cannot argue with a raving lunatic.

There's no point in debating a leftist on individual issues because their overall epistomological methodology for all effects and purposes reverses the relationship between reality and fantasy. This leads to their well documented habit of systematically reversing good and evil.

And while there are many grounds for complaint on the part of the Right (the refusal to prosecute the participants in the Waco Massacre), we could hardly call the Bush Administration a failure.

And it is no suprise that a leftist would openly label someone who opposed them as "sub-human."

Members of the Left, like many pre-literate barbarians before them, are essentially moral and material parasites. They must reject the society of consent and seek power over those who can perform the work that sustains their lives. This drives them to see other persons as either tools they can use to further their own goals, or as organic waste to be disposed of.

So when a leftist declares someone to be "sub-human", that is in practice a precursor to the murder of that person.

The mass graves that are constantly being dug up in nations where the Left has obtained unrestrained power serve as the unrefutable proof of this fact.

So when I see a leftist bumper sticker on a car, the first thought that comes to my mind is "murderer."

If I have a complaint about the Right it is that we have shown infinite GOD-LIKE patience with the behavior of the Left.

Leftists can publically assault those who won't submit to them. Destroy property. And even call for the mutilation ("Lobotomies for Republicans") of opponents, and the murder of elected officials who are carrying out their constitutionally mandated duties, and we will not lift one finger to hurt a single hair on the otherwise useless head of a leftist.

I once told an editor that I worked for that we need not retorically dehumanise our opponents, all we have to do is accurrately describe their ideology and behavior because they have by their own choice dehumanised themselves.

I have to go to work now.


LASunsett said...

Mary Ellen is really a pretty good person. We have argued off and on like this for a long while. We exchange e-mails from time to time and never argue about politics in them. We keep it on the blogs.

As good of friends as we have been though, we shall rarely see eye to eye on politics. She gets a little riled sometimes when I post criticism of her beloved Democratic Party. She's a old-style Chicago Dem through and through. She has that blunt Chicago style.

Leslie Bates said...

In other words, not someone we would want near a pile of unmarked ballots.