Progressives to Conservatives: You Hate Liberals For All The Wrong Reasons

Figures like Clinton and Obama are attacked by progressives and conservatives alike, but for entirely different reasons.

9 thoughts on “Progressives to Conservatives: You Hate Liberals For All The Wrong Reasons

  1. The gap is too wide to bridge, but, delivering on pocket-book issues might calm it down a bit.
    If we could really do something on the minimum wage, a job-guarantee (better yet, UBI), healthcare, free college, everybody would be a lot less grouchy.

  2. I find it … um, odd, yeah, I’ll say odd … that the “libruhl” media never calls the Democrats for the same sorts of horseshit that the Republicans pull. Saudis kill a journalist, everyone goes nuts about Trump. Obama administration hounding whistleblowers? Barely a hiccup. Obama golfing during the war? The man has to relax, doesn’t he? Dubya doing the same? Christ, what a racket.

    • All true, but easily correctable: tune into Faux “News” and you’ll hear the exact opposite. Listen long enough and you’ll be fairly unbalanced as well. 😉

  3. Oh, hell yeah – whenever I’m talking to a conservative I feel like I stepped into The Twilight Zone. The most bizarre belief is that the lefties are against freedom while the righties are for it.

    Funny thing is, whenever I ask for actual examples they can never come up with one.

    “Leftists want to turn us all gay” is a close second “Hate Jesus” is right up there as well – Jesus was a long haired, liberal Jew peacenik.

  4. Inciting mutual hate is an art form necessary to run the divide and conquer game.

    If the many were ever to unite over their common interests the wealthy minority would have to fight their own battles instead of being merely spectators on the sidelines, shouting out their incitations to hate harder.

  5. Figures like Clinton and Obama are attacked by progressives and conservatives alike, but for entirely different reasons.

    Which, of course, proves that figures of this type are doing the right thing. Or is there just possibly a logical fallacy in that conclusion ?…

    Henri

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