January 7, 2013
All the other types would be concerned about the deleterious effect of wretched liberal policy changes, if they could only be made aware of it, but they lack this awareness.
This kind might or might not be aware, but doesn’t give a rat’s ass. He is a Trojan horse, an enfranchised liberal in centrist clothing. He has skin in the game. He is materially entangled in the liberal vision, being rewarded either out in the open or in secret, by way of cash, discounts, perks, votes or career advancement. He has a “job,” of sorts, to make himself and other liberals more powerful. He therefore cannot be dissuaded. The rift between this type, and the other ten, is the most precious asset we have. Do not engage this sort of poser in any direct way. Accentuate, for the benefit of any bystanders, the differences between his interests and everybody else’s. -- House of Eratosthenes on the art of war against liberals
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