> Dustin wrote:
>> MikeyWhoa wrote:
> |>> Dustin wrote:
>> |>> Are you really so naive to ignore the fact that maybe, just MAYBE, the actions
> |>> of
>> |>> many libs across the board could drive some people to vote red, who may not
>> |>> done so?
> |>> I have already conceded that point earlier today. The lack of action by liberals
> |>> helped cost them the election.
>> Lack of action isn't what we're talking about. It's THE action that helped cost
>> the election.
> What is THE action precisely?
I already explained it. Numerous times. Not doing it again.
> |>> How easily controlled and swerved are these people? They wouldn't have voted
> |>> Trump, but then they saw a liberal? No policy or value concerns? Do you seriously
> |>> not see the negative light your painting your peers and yourself in?
>> Saw a liberal? What, are they like the boogeyman or something? Come on man, get
>> Every social issue over the past few years has basically told people that if you
>> hold traditional family values, aren't "progressive" enough, are a Christian,
>> are a white male, that you're basically either racist, homophobic or sexist. People
>> are fed up with being labeled things they aren't. This is a really simple concept
>> that I've explained numerous times here and if you don't get the point by now
>> you're either willfully ignorant or just not very bright.
> I just simply disagree. I think the problem here is your "experience", or lack there
> of with liberals. Your low opinion of liberals seems to match up with the narratives
> of Hannity and AM radio hosts. I'd suggest you go talk to an actual progressive,
> and not listen to those talking about them.
> My environment, friends and family are hugely conservative. I see and experience
> and live Conservatism every single day. I'm surrounded by it. So I feel safe in holding
> it accountable. I don't listen to Keith Olberman or Rachel Maddow. I make up my own
> mind according to what I experience every day. Not some Conservative caricatures.
> Real people. A lot of them otherwise good folks. Until they find out you might be
> a liberal.
We can agree to disagree. I don't listen to any conservative or AM radio. I don't watch conservative talk people. I try and stay away from a lot of it to be honest. I don't even really speak from my own experiences as I typically don't bring up these kinds of things with random people. When I say "people" or "many people", I'm not necessarily referring to my friends and I, but just people in general. Yes, I do have a low opinion of liberals. Not on a personality level, just their ideals. To me, liberalism is based on bullcrap. I think it lacks logic and reason, is largely based on feelings, and I can't get behind that. That's just my opinion though, and like you I make up my own mind. Doesn't mean I wouldn't associate with these kinds of people, as I certainly do, I just leave politics out of the discussion. It will truly get you no where.