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Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

Quote of the day, “Liberal voodoo logic” edition

Excellent “refudiation” (see what I did there?) of the left’s meme that “the AZ shooter was influenced by Palin, Beck, etc.” by Jim Treacher:

But — follow the leftist logic here — Loughner is not a Tea Partier, or a conservative, or even right leaning at all. This proves that not only can our provocations influence our own crazies (which is 60% of us, to hear them talk) but in fact are so potent they can even drive those who don’t listen to us to kill.

Do you see that next argument taking shape? Taking shape? Having taken shape, I should say, past perfect. Krugman and all the rest of them, having called this as a deranged right-winger (and been proven wrong) simply make their argument more all-encompassing. They’re no longer arguing that right-wing invective can have an unbalanacing effect on right-wingers who hear it.

Their new argument is that right-wing invective can have an unbalancing effect on non-right-wingers — left-wingers, even — who don’t hear it.

That’s how insidious this all is. That’s how dangerous this all is. Right wing chatter can now drive left-wingers who don’t even hear it to kill people.

In the festering gourds on liberals’ shoulders, the above makes total sense to them.

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January 13, 2011 - Posted by | Arizona shooting, hypocrisy, Palin, quote of the day, shameful

1 Comment »

  1. It’s like their argument that global warming is causing the record cold weather the last two winters. It’s all Bush’s fault!

    Comment by Steve | January 13, 2011


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