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May 28, 2013

The Book of Progressive Chauvinism

How is it possible to hold so many mutually exclusive beliefs?

To preach tolerance and be so intolerant? To grieve for terror victims and justify terrorism? To stand up for workers and destroy their jobs? To march for peace and defend the militants? To denounce corruption and vote for the corrupt? To espouse non-violence and commit violent acts? To speak of liberties and promote government dictate? To bolster feminism and deride successful women? To cheer gays and aid the gay-bashers in the Middle East? To champion minorities as a group and hold them down as individuals? To care about the children and condemn them to intellectual mutilation? To denounce guns and hire armed bodyguards? To support the troops and side with their murderers? To demand love and be full of hate? The Book of Progressive Chauvinism: Rules for Usurpers

Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 28, 2013 9:08 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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The reason Leftists can think like that is because they regard the worst sort of opportunism as a good thing. They have no guiding principle such as consistency or integrity or fairness. Winning and taking control are their pole star.

Posted by: Mike James at May 28, 2013 11:24 AM

Because these are exactly the same sort of people who burned books, witches, and torches on the way to attack Galileo and anyone else who questioned their dogma. These are the new prudes, who have little humor and grim, slit-eyed bitterness through their whole mean, shriveled souls. They are the sort that were horrible racists in the past, but instead direct the same ignorant hate toward conservatives, Christians, and anyone else who doesn't fit the plan. They were the goose steppers, the crusaders, and the inquisitors in the past. They are exactly who they preach that they despise.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at May 28, 2013 1:38 PM

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