Monday, August 29, 2011

Liberals and family traditionalism

The verbal tricks of liberals show real audacity. You always hear how conservatives are divisive because we oppose things like abortion and gay marriage. Up until 40 years ago, practically everyone--even the irreligious--believed that traditional views of marriage and family were authoritative. Everyone took them for granted.

Then liberals came along, claimed that the institution was oppressive and antiquated, and they proceeded to tear it down. The truth is only obvious: THEY are the aggressors here. And when we start fighting back after getting smacked around, we're called divisive. Only verbal tricksters as deceptive as liberals could get away with walking up to you, punching you, and then crying about what a bully you are.

7 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:54 PM

    Up until 40 years ago, practically everyone

    That's your problem, moron. Its not 1970 anymore. Jesus.

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  2. Anonymous1:03 PM

    Its not 1970 anymore

    The age old cry of the leftist radical - "It's not (insert year) anymore!"

    Of course it's also not 1968 anymore, but I don't see the left giving up on its insane ideas on that account.

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  3. Anonymous10:32 PM

    I don't get this, its not only "leftist" but radical to mention that . . . its not 1968 anymore. As far as family formation and all that - absolute nonsense. Yes 2008 different from 1968. 1968 was also different from 1928. What's the point here?

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  4. Anonymous9:52 AM

    Conservatives are paranoid.

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  5. Anonymous2:37 PM

    Another facet is accusing conservatives of being theocrats, and imposing their theology on politics. This usually happens shortly after anglicans or episcopalians have changed their doctrine on an issue. Ergo, 'you're a theocrat ... and we're the real xians anyway."

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  6. 100 years ago everyone believed that traditional views of race were authoritative. Martin Luther King Jr. was the real aggressor in the civil rights movement.

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  7. Anonymous6:11 PM

    This post = if x ever existed then it is divisive to try to change it.

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