I'd have gone into more detail about all the wankery but I couldn't afford a venti

I'd have gone into more detail about all the wankery but I couldn't afford a venti | There is no War on Christmas who needs to stop blaming others for your own problems You are just a privileged whitebread neurotic | image tagged in war on christmas,starbucks,starbucks red cup,christmas,memes,conservatives | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Grandma Finds The Internet Meme | EVEN I KNOW WHITE CHRISTMASES ARE BORING NOWADAYS | image tagged in memes,grandma finds the internet | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Ha Ha my privilege did't wot either
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First World Problems Meme | THEY TOLD ME HAPPY HOLIDAYS. WHAT A HORRIBLE SATANIC ANTICHRIST MONSTER! NEXT THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE HOMOSEXUAL MUSLIM ATHEISTS TIE ME DOWN A | image tagged in memes,first world problems | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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First World Problems Meme | Of course . . . . . . the homosexual Muslim atheists DIDN'T sodomize me with a mold of Charlees Darwin's p**is | image tagged in memes,first world problems | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Poor girl. Always the loser. :D
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Evil Toddler Meme | HEY, MERRY CHRISTMAS, LIBERAL! TAKE THAT TO THE ACLU!! | image tagged in memes,evil toddler | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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1. I'm a guy, not a female
2. I'm not anti-free speech at all
3. I have no problem with people saying merry Christmas. My problem is with conservative evangelicals who cry like little babies if someone says happy holidays instead.
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4. You are awesome.
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5. You're right, he is. :)

I noticed harrisp0 deleted (below). I think he might have been being harassed by trolls. I'd like to jump in and convince all the good ones to hang on and the little farts will disappear, but some have too-quick emotional reactions and leave. Shoot.
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leftists: put graffiti against milo.
rightists: burn the art!!!
who is really against free speech?
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Hey genius, it was the leftists who burned the art as well.
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Are you going to tell me that the left isn't waging a war on Christmas? I have seen it.
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On websites tailored to a certain group of the populace who are willing to grasp at every invented conspiracy if it makes them feel superior to others. I prefer to get my news from various sources and then test them out before believing, and to determine myself what I think is true. It's called empirical thinking and it depends on actual, non-invented evidence.
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what i basically do with breitbart as a hobby. i take an image, make google look for the image, and then we learn: it's 4 month-old news.
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Hopefully you have the natural humor to place the 'news' in its context. ;)
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I do the same with your Occupy Democrats
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where did you get the news that i believe occupy democrats?
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As a liberal I am sure you listen to many of the leftist baloney coming from their media.
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name some examples of leftist sites that most likely propagandize me.
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Liberals have their conspiracy theories as well. Don't fool yourself.
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Yes, I'm telling you that. Just because you feel attacked, it doesn't mean anyone is actually attacking you. It could all just be in your head.

As for your comment below, if people on the right are so pro-free speech, why do so many conservatives have an aneurysm whenever someone says happy holidays? They love to play the persecution card.
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LOL a liberal talking about the persecution card. You people talk about free speech all of the time. In fact, it is Berkeley which has a free speech rally every year, yet they have shown how much value they place on free speech.
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I don't speak for Berkeley or anyone else. I only speak for myself. And I support free speech. If someone makes a harassing or abusive comment, I will downvote it. But I don't tell them they can't say what they want, and I don't threaten them with violence, unlike ninja
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a. nothing
b. happy holidays
c. red coffee cup
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I say 'Merry Christmas' all the time, as well as 'Happy Holidays' and 'Season's Greetings'. I just think the 'War on Christmas' claims are a form of conservative political correctness, and an attempt to suppress free speech. There's a definite stench of hypocrisy on the right side of the American political spectrum nowadays.
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Oh yes Ken. You are really going to tell me that there isn't a stench of hypocrisy in the left as well?
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What does "white privilege" have to do with anything on this current flame war?
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You'll notice, CrazyPowerMetaller, that in this 'flame war' that it's my original meme but BrandonJ has made about 10 times more comments in it than I do. He even comments when no-one comments to him. XD XD XD His constant filling of my notifications this past week has made it easy to ignore him. ;P

'White privilege' is when well-off white dudes have nothing better to do than follow the personality cult of a lunatic president who managed to squeeze his way into the Oval Office by weird math. And thus goes forth and proves what I wrote on the cup on the original meme. :)
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Another example of liberal hypocrisy
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Liberal tolerance of free speech

http://ktla.com/2017/02/02/uc-berkeley-protests-of-breitbarts-milo-yiannopoulos-caused-100000-in-damage/
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but please keep going on about Roy Moore
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http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/21/opinion/21kristof.html
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2705149/Michael-Moores-lavish-property-empire-revealed-court-documents-wife-22-years-divorce.html
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Just got that passed on to me the other day. From 2004. Since been refuted by the original letter writer. but nobody pays attention to that.
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Yeah, well that's the kind of country you get when the 'president' passes on without clarification falsified videos from British neo-Nazis. :P
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The marine that wrote the original letter was the one that recanted what he'd written after he fully investigated it. The original letter that's still circulating was done as a knee jerk reaction to something he heard. It happens every time someone forwards an e-mail without thinking it through. I made a lot of enemies in my family over the years because I WOULD investigate. About 1% of the e-mails I received had any accuracy. I pissed them off by replying with facts.
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Yeah. I notice 'facts' don't work so well on imgflip either. :D
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yeah, the first thing they do is dispute your sources with less reliable sources
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Or just fling insults with no intellectual content whatsoever. Like BrandonJ elsewhere on this commentary stream. I'd be fine with debating conservatives if they would debate back. Repeating the same thing over and over is a sign of mental illness, not a supported and rational argument.
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I recall an article in Psychology Today that said that conservatism was a mental handicap. Further study showed that, in small, tribal groups, say 50-200, it is actually beneficial. In today's society, it's tragic. A conservative can easily handle the small societal tribes, but on a large scale, They melt down to quickly. Liberalism, likewise, is a mental handicap because it thrives in a larger society. Unfortunately, there are not studies on the progressive mind-set. I suspect that true progressives don't look at everything in black and white, nor do they accept what they are told blindly. They try to find the balance on both sides of the issue. Take the cry of tax cuts that has resounded for years. It's good for business, but it is not good for society. While the conservative theory is that the money saved by the rich will trickle down and stimulate the economy, it never seems to work that way. Instead of investing capital back into a business, those that benefit the most from a tax cut use those extra funds for their own non-use. It's all become money manipulation that creates nothing and people get fooled into thinking it has value. OTOH, small business people understand the benefits of reinvesting into their business, and are able to reap better benefits. Take my daughter: she and her partner deliver motor homes across the US and Canada. If they fly home, the cost of the ticket is a tax deduction. Meals on the road are tax deductible. Gas for not only the motor home, but for their tow car are deductible. New tires on the car are deductible. The key factor here is that they reinvest a larger percentage of their income back into the business than the major corporations. Their next big expenditure is going to be purchasing a new tow vehicle. Income vs outgo, they put a higher percentage back into their business than GE, GM, or any other corporation.
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Yeah, if you give a tax break to a wealthy CEO they tend to put it in the bank; give one to a small business owner and they invest in their business which leads to more income, which leads to more labor hired, which leads to more taxes for infrastructure, etc, etc. The only difference I have with your discussion is that I would switch places between 'liberal' and 'progressive'. Not condemning progressivism, I'd much rather have that than the current regime, but I live in Portland and come up against self-proclaimed 'progressive' folks all the time and find they often tend to pull off the same cranky conspiracy-addled thinking conservatives do nowadays. Of course I wouldn't really consider them 'progressive' since much of the thought and action tends to be regressive, harkening back to halcyon days that never existed. I consider myself a liberal in the sense that it represents the autonomy of the individual. I would call myself, in the best European tradition, center-left; I am extremely socially liberal, in that all people should be able to do what they want as long as it doesn't directly harm another individual. I am in support of free trade, open markets, and globalization - 'progressives' are just conservatively attempting to hinder trade in the name of jobs, which will never work since change is coming regardless and the best we can do is to prepare people for it - but I also believe that goverment should help support people who, through no fault of their own, have been dealt a bad hand. Mostly I object to what so many righties on this site label liberalism: just another name for socialism or some other fantasy evil they must assail at all costs. Lee Atwater under the first Bush, and Karl Rove under the second, were successful in executing a re-labeling of liberalism as leftism. All these young, angry white pups are using the mis-labeling to try and grab back perceived lost power. By supporting Trump they are merely cutting their own throats.
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The reason I use progressive, as opposed to liberal is because a large number of today's "liberals" were conservatives until the influx of the Dixiecrats {think David Duke} to the GOP in the late 60s and 70's. Because of the extremist views far right views of the Dixiecrats into the party, that conservative faction that left became known as neo-liberals, moved the Democratic party towards the right away from the progressive policies of FDR, JFK, and LBJ. If you compare today's "liberals" to the "conservatives" of the fist half of the 20th century, you'd find they are right in line with the conservatives of that era.

I use progressive as a term for people that want progress in our world. I see them as forward thinking people. People that see the path a country is headed beyond their life times. So many progressive issues that have ripple effects once implemented. Universal Health Care, Climate change and the environment, Education, Gun control. Those that yell loudest against those items are those that have no solution, and rarely can discuss without reverting to name calling.
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Yeah, I believe in all those progressive causes; I use quotation marks around 'progressive' because whom I'm talking about are those who'll lay down in the street for weird causes with little impact. Those who'll sneer about 'neo-liberals' when free trade is mentioned, but would seem confused when you told them their ideas are all aligned with Trump's except for the racism. I'm a liberal of the classical school. The Economist magazine and Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill and the Federalist Papers, Thomas Paine and the autonomy of man. There's a reason there's a 'neo-' before liberal in that formulation. What actually happens is that those of the liberal democratic bent will effect change and then conservatives will fight it. Over time, as the change is shown to be successful, conservatives slowly become less strident and even accepting of it. Then liberals see another necessary change coming and effect it, the conservatives fight it due to fear of change, and it all goes through the cycle again. I'm a good Hegelian; thesis + anti-thesis = synthesis. Some of today's 'liberals' will begat tomorrow's conservatives. It's all about protecting your own on the right. Liberal democratic values that started to bloom in the renaissance were the beginning of progression to the modern world and it's liberties. Liberals progress, conservatives push back. You and I are coming from the same basic direction, we may just disagree on the semantics. :)
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I concur.Conservatism is keeping the status quo. Even the harnessing of fire was a liberal undertaking. Fear of fire is deeply ingrained in our psyche. Instead of cringing in fear, those ancestors studied it as closely as they dared. They used their fear to learn how to handle it, which lead to warmth against the cold and a means to cook our food.
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Well-said as always! :)
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Wordy as always. :D
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Dear Swiggys-back, Psychology Today is a compelling commercial magazine that thrives in the market place where advertising pays the bills and provide the profits. I enjoy reading it and occasionally get edification from it. But it shouldn't be given the weight of science or confused with real paychology, any more than Popular Mechanics is a fountain of real physics. Their articles are distilled, "digested" and recast for lay people. But could you agree that it is a fundamentally human trait to be convinced the beliefs we hold ARE the right and proper beliefs? And quite naturally the evidence we find supporting our beliefs and opinions is judged accurate while, in contrast, evidence supporting opposite beliefs is suspect, or even judged to be false? Fake news has currency across the political spectrum-check SNOPES. I'm not endorsing the idea that "there is no truth" or that truth is subjective. But i am saying that despite meme's to the contrary liberalism, progressivism and conservatism are not psychological diagnoses. Neither are Fascism or Communism. And thanks for your calm voice and moderating influence, btw. DOUG out
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Thanks for your input. Long ago, I discounted using a single source for making a claim, and when I forget that, I'm nailed. Last year's election opened my eyes to the amount of fake news that is out there, on both sides of the spectrum.

In the case of the Psychology Today article, they did a good job on explaining it for the lay person. I only had one semester of Psychology in college, but they were able to explain several of the items they used. Besides the interview process, they also used brain scans. I don't recall if they were CAT scans or MRIs, but they were able to determine exactly how each subject's thought process works by the areas of the brain that was active during similar stimulus. I wish I could find the original article, but the last time I looked, I could not find it: Only a blog that was, in truth, a parody of the original article. I talked to one of the founders of NewsLo, a "humor" site that specialized in political humor. Their parodies read so straight forward that you couldn't tell if it was real or not. I told him that he was treading on shaky ground by making his parodies too factual sounding. A majority of people wouldn't get the joke and pass it on as truth. He was happy with that, saying that if people didn't follow politics enough to realize he was pulling their leg, then they deserve to have their leg pulled. I told him,"Oh, you're a liberal form of Fox News", and he got mad.
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Santa doesn't exist either. Need a safe space... I mean, safe cup?
;) Beautiful meme, Ken.
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Trying to nip it in the bud before it starts. But we know it'll still crawl its greasy way up from the sewer.

You ever have any experience with ninja2016? I think Octavia and I finally killed him off. XD
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My only experience, other than seeing their trash, was also the first time I've flagged something. I received a "yawn" from them. I am going to pretend that I am the reason their account is gone. It makes me feel like a SJW
imgflip.com/i/1zzji2?nerp=1512596915
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Even though his account is gone, I flagged those comments anyway :D
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Maybe the mods won't allow in ninja2017? XD
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While looking on Octavia's profile for new features I noticed in his comments a political argument with someone so I went to check it out. It was ninja2016 being his usual mindless droog. I wrote something like 'are you a performance artist, because I'd like to see your show', to which he responded: 'And who are you, but only the most recent Johnny come lately that wants a piece of me, but like all the others, is woefully, pathetically under prepared to get it?' Except that he had deleted in the meantime which obviously meant he was FULL OF SH!T. XD He had been on here since before I had, and was one of the first right-wing dickweeds I'd 'debated' with. I'll give Octavia the credit. :D
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Read that - okay, maybe you killed him off. XD XD XD
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Why would you try to run someone off here? Was their opinion not inline with yours ? Are you so insecure you have do whatever it takes to rid places of different ideas and thoughts? You can call me names and do what you do because of my views, you have the right to do that. See how that works?
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Actually I never tried to run ninja2016 off. I was just being sarcastic to him since that seems to be the only form of 'arguing' he understood. Calling names as you said. Next day I find out he's deleted. He had been on this site longer than I have, and I had tried to debate him many times before, but his anger management problems destroyed his rationality (though it did make him easy to ignore when he trolled). My one response to him a couple days ago was the first contact I had with him for a year and a half. I hardly ran him off. Now when you're ready to come back with reasoned thought instead of accusative reactions then we can have a pleasant debate about facts (not speculation).
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Here's a sample of the person (ninja) whom you accuse us of "running off". He was toxic and abusive beyond belief. He is the (deleted) one in this conversation.
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Be thankful :)
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If it makes you feel better, send me your address and I'll send you receipts for my monthly insurance payments to Anthem.
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See meme below
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Some hipster barista - no visible tattoos!
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Yeah, in Portland I think it's against the law to work in a coffee shop unless you have tats or a beard. XD
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My Mother's Place, a restaurant in Phoenix, served that with every meal. With real butter, it was da bomb!
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I did my research and confirmed this to be true. You people need to stop getting delusions from Fox news and even farther-right propaganda websites.
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It's the only way they can claim to have 'ideas'. :D
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Did you just assume my political leanings?

But seriously, even though I'm as leery of the cult of the donkey as of the cult of the elephant, Fox does have a history of misleading comments, innacuracies, and even blatand lies unbefitting of a news station, such as:

-The myth of Islamic "no go zones" in several major European cities.
-The claim that the city of Birmingham, England's population comprised of 70% Muslims (somehow overlapping with the 46.1% of the population that are listed as Christian in the 2011 and most recent census).
-"Party Swapping" Republicans they view as too moderate or that do embarassing things (Labeling them (D) instead of (R)).
-Falsely Claiming that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl had not been charged with desertion.

Also, since the full list of subversive, biased, and blatantly false material aired by Fox "News" would be too long for me to list, here's some links:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_News_controversies
https://www.mediamatters.org/search/index?qstring=Fox+Nation&x=-914&y=-119
http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/tv/fox/
https://www.mediamatters.org/research/2012/10/01/a-history-of-dishonest-fox-charts/190225
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Don't forget the story a month or so ago about the transwoman who sexually assaulted a girl at an apartment, and Fox News said it happened in a bathroom, which was technically correct, as it happened in the apartment bathroom, but they conveniently left the word "apartment" out of the headline, clearly wanting readers to think it happened in a Target bathroom or other business which has a bathroom policy they don't like.
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Yeah...
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Okay, well you seem to have assumed that I watch Fox News. I actually watch very little of the idiot box period. But if you want to go there, I will pick on the sites I am sure you listen to:

http://www.politifact.com/personalities/occupy-democrats/
http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/tv/nbc/

Oh and Media Matters is a LEFT WING site: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_Matters_for_America
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Point. Extra points for calling it the "Idiot box".
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Not mine but I like this one too:
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So so true. Just submitted this: imgflip.com/i/22kcf7
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Thanks. I may need them if I keep putting political stuff like this on here. :D
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I'm a liberal and not apologetic about it at all. But by 'liberal' I mean true liberal and not the manufactured fantasy liberals of the right. Liberalism is all about the autonomy of the individual; it doesn't support the inanities of leftist 'feminists' who seek to repress those who disagree with them. In contrast conservatism is about control and conformity, attempting to suppress those who disagree to make themselves more powerful. To me, those so-called 'progressive' leftists who shout down opposition are conservative at heart; they want to close society in order to have their values be supreme, like modern authoritarian conservatism attempts. I want society to be open. People free to say what they want, and others free to question their values and argue with them. Throwing up the insane chatter of a few mindless leftists hardly qualifies as a powerful argument against liberalism. Open your mind and you'll find a better life and won't feel the need to project anger at others to make yourself above them.
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Well I am a conservative and I am not apologetic about it either. I don't agree with conservatives on everything. Some things I am more liberal on, like gay rights and abortion, but anyone can be a true liberal as well. Liberalism is just like what you described. It is not really a political philosophy. I have met and seen far too many liberals though that do try to suppress free speech, do want to do things like take away guns, do want the government controlling everything. These people really aren't liberals and they don't sit on the right either. They are on the far left. The far left, as in communism and socialism, is just as much about control and oppression as those on the far right.
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When you talk about liberals in your other comments, it comes across as you putting all liberals in the camp of the far left ones like Antifa.
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Well, it is becoming increasingly like that.
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Sadly, an increasing number of self proclaimed liberals are on the far left
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Liberals aren't the only ones trying to limit your freedoms, both political parties don't actually care about the constitution and only pretend to in order to pander to true Americans (and true Americans can be of any political leaning so long as they support freedom and the constitution).
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Hey KenJ, you know he was also talking about liberal Democrats as well, right.
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Tyranny always comes from the right. Authoritarian conservatives in Russia, Turkey, Hungary, and Poland are trying to shut down media outlets. Trump himself has mentioned possible repercussions towards the press if it doesn't make him look good. I'm not a leftist but I am a liberal; I'm a free speech extremist and I have argued with leftists who worry too much about how people speak. But on imgflip it's definitely the right-wingers who take offense the quickest and shout down opposing opinions and downvote those who debate them.
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I would have to disagree with the first sentence :3 tyrants can be on the far left as well. Although a far left tyrant and a far right tyrant have more in common than they probably realize (Google horseshoe theory) :)
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Actually my argument here is that all these communist and socialist dictators basically function from a conservative standpoint. Stalin was nominally a communist, but he was primarily a chauvinist nationalist. Hugo Chavez was a rightist general who attempted a (failed) coup and then came to power via the ballot and found he could stay there by appealing to the poorer masses by calling himself a socialist and giving out oil funds. I strongly disagree with ALL authoritarians regardless from which value system they claim to be from. It's like my disagreement with Islamic State is not because they are Islamic but because they are trying to force their conservative values on others by force; it isn't the teachings of Muhammed that makes them do what they do, but fear of change which makes them hold old, discredited conservative values more tightly and attempt to spread them forcefully. A right-winger on imgflip is closer in nature to an Islamic State terrorist, with the mindless adherence to irrational belief, than they are to you and me. Closed minds versus open minds. My argument about tyranny coming from the right means that authoritarian and totalitarian systems are conservative by nature, in the sense that they are all about conformity and order, which is the function of conservative belief. You'll never hear about a liberal dictatorship, will you? :)

My Octavia, you have a tendency to make me wordy. XD
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That ISIS comparison was rather harsh XD I get what you're saying, though!
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XD Harsh to conservatives or to ISIS? :D
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XD
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Okay KenJ, to compare conservatives on Imgflip to ISIS is just nutty.

And yes tyranny can come from the left. The left wants more government control, which can lead to tyranny. Maybe you should open your mind a little more yourself before you accuse others of having a closed mind. You are just as self righteous as the people you complain about.
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PS we conservatives don't have a fear of change. We just want to preserve some values along the way and have changes for the better.
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