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November 18, 2012

"They don't know any better"


Rush: Change The Culture, Change The Country And all of these people contributing and writing and posting these blogs are under 30.
And they live in a different world than I do and they live in a different world than I grew up in. The things that they just assume are true, like there is no doubt whatsoever that we are destroying the planet with global warming, no doubt. They can't even conceive of what you and I both know to be the truth, and that is, the whole global warming thing is a hoax. They do not even think it's a political issue. They do not realize that everything they believe in has been totally corrupted by politics. What they think is science is nothing more than corruption by the left, but they don't know any better. It's what they've been exposed to from as early on in their lives as their brains were capable of learning anything.

Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 18, 2012 12:39 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

Saying among trainiers:

"Ignorance can be fixed. Stupid is forever."

Pray for ignorance.

Posted by: leelu at November 18, 2012 9:32 AM

As Hitler (or was it Stalin) get the children's minds when they are young and you have them forever. Think about that the next time you hear how Hillary wants to start education earlier in life.

Posted by: BannedName at November 18, 2012 2:16 PM

re: "Rush: Change The Culture, Change The Country."

Rush you are 25 years late for the party*. Yes, 25 years on the air and finally you are waking up. Next discover that the Republicans are mostly POS not just the Democrats. A few more such "discoveries" and his head will explode.

Moral: less rock and roll and more midnight oil. Brains without an education result in a Rush who is NOT always right.

Dan Kurt

*Rush should have at least read the essays of Richard Grenier. His book of collected essays, Capturing the Culture: Film, Art and Politics (1991), was available. Had he done so he would not have wasted 25 years.

Posted by: Dan Kurt at November 18, 2012 2:22 PM


When I was teaching one-day software classes in the '90s (and God damn do I wish I could get some of that again,) I used to put that on the board, like this:

Ignorance is curable.

Idiocy is chronic.

Not only that, I thought I came up with it myself. Funny how the truth is just real clear to everybody it hits, ain't it?

Posted by: Rob De Witt at November 18, 2012 3:13 PM

Ignorance is curable. Educated ignorance is idiocy.

Posted by: james wilson at November 18, 2012 7:02 PM

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