tonight’s KisP fun facts

Here are ten reasons left-wingers cut Trump voters from their lives.
1. Just like our universities shut out conservative ideas and speakers, more and more individuals on the left now shut out conservative friends and relatives as well as conservative ideas.

2. Many, if not most, leftists have been indoctrinated with leftism their entire lives. This is easily shown. There are far more conservatives who read articles, who listen to and watch left-wing broadcasts, and who have studied under left-wing teachers than there are people on the left who have read, listened to, or watched anything of the Right or who have taken classes with conservative instructors. As a result, those on the left really believe that those on the right are all SIXHIRB: sexist, intolerant, xenophobic, homophobic, Islamophobic, racist, and bigoted. Not to mention misogynistic and transphobic.

3. Most left-wing positions are emotion-based. That’s a major reason people who hold leftist views will sever relations with people they previously cared for or even loved. Their emotions (in this case, irrational fear and hatred) simply overwhelm them.

4. Since Karl Marx, leftists have loved ideas more than people. All Trump voters who have been cut off by children, in-laws, and lifelong friends now know how true that is.

5. People on the right think that most people on the left are wrong; people on the left think that most people on the right are evil. Decades of labeling conservative positions as “hateful” and labeling conservative individuals as “sexist,” “intolerant,” “xenophobic,” “homophobic,” “racist,” and “bigoted” have had their desired effect….

4 Comments!

  1. Claire: rebellious pink pig with car keys - and a *cause*
    Posted November 29, 2016 at 10:51 pm |

    …left-wing positions are emotion-based….

    The Mister has been studying this for a while. I was/am aware of it but, lacking patience with that sort o’ crap I’m unable to sustain the long-term attention he gives it. He points it out to me as we watch what little tv nooz I can stand. That flag-burning moron from Amherst[?] was on Tucker Carlson [as I wandered thru] spouting an excellent example of entirely emotion-based justification for his acts. “you’re all evial therefore it’s my Right to ‘do something’ about it by …setting something on fire.” this guy looks to be 50 — no college kid.

    Logic = null
    Emotion = 50kajillion

    Like I said… I gots no patience for that crap. Their mamas [if any] oughta spanked that out of them decades ago.

  2. DougM (stand down the SMOD watch)
    Posted November 29, 2016 at 10:55 pm |

    There’s another biggie:
    progs and others who like to think of themselves as the enlightened elite don’t have the toughest of egos. If you don’t recognize their obvious superiority, then you must be some kind’a backward hick, unworthy of their company, probably dangerous. Everybody they know says so. I mean, what else can you be?

  3. Nomen Nescio
    Posted November 30, 2016 at 6:23 am |

    Best comment: It’s like the trash taking itself out.

  4. dick, not quite dead white guy
    Posted November 30, 2016 at 10:51 am |

    It’s tough to distance oneself from people you thought of as friends, but at some point, you recognize that there will always be a large part of them one can never agree with, and when that part drives how they see everything, when any incident or idea they encounter is colored by that vision, and that vision is propped up by emotion, without facts, when neither reason nor contrary facts will sway their take on the situation, then it’s time to put them out of your circle for your well being and theirs.
    Michael Savage, who pisses me off no end with his unfounded claims to be an authority on everything has one thing right big time:
    Liberalism is a mental disease.
    I can’t stand them, and won’t have anything to do with some people I used to think of as friends. Some of them still live in Maryland where my mother’s family was from for centuries, and when I think of the mess they have made of business, social and economic life in what used to be a great place to live, it makes me sick.
    One of my wife’s former friends and her pussified leeching paramour, a unionized State government electrician, were visiting here a few years ago. I mentioned that Repub Governor Erlich was back, running against Demokrat O’Malley, and they went ballistic about how Erlich ruined Maryland, how Democraps will fix everything. Last time I looked, Erlich was the first governor to balance a budget there in decades. They got their O’Malley that year, and they are now losing their minds because he cut, cut, cut, and they are worried about their government pensions. Her only asset was a house in an old part of Baltimore, and black blight has turned the neighborhood into a war zone. She can’t get anything for it because of the blight, and she can’t afford to move, and can’t have a gun to protect herself thanks to Maryland Demokrat politicians.

    Ya know what? They soiled their bed, and I hope they like the stink. After our hot argument, where I stood my ground, they stomped out and I haven’t seen them since. Everything I told them has come true.
    I really hate to go to Baltimore anymore. Used to love the place.