Sunday, August 16, 2009

Moderates: Liberals With Commitment Issues

Political Moderate
From the "Duh!" files; moderates are liberals with commitment issues. Wanna fight about it?! Let's go!
Yes, ModerateVoice, you can promote posts from other blogs and call them 'Guest Posts' claiming that the views are those of the author alone and do not represent those of your site. Then again, why the eff would you promote a blog post with which you totally disagree? Protesting Whole Foods becuase the CEO took out an OP ED denouncing government take over of health care sounds anything but moderate... I mean, by definition, wouldn't a moderate do something like be angry, while still shopping at WF? Or maybe, shop at WF half as often. You could even get as dramatic as politely letting the manager on duty know that you disagree with John Mackey's piece. However, boycott is decidedly drastic for those who define themselves as:
"a person who is [not extreme, excessive, or intense] in opinion or [is] opposed to extreme views and actions"
The reality is that moderates are soft. Too soft to take a hardcore stance on anything. Therefore, they are weak, and easy prey for the villainous lions on the left (/melodramatic prose).
Let me paint a picture for you here. Water runs to the lowest point. Moderates will seek reconciliation above principle, becuase, by definition they don't have principles. Principles would be intense opinions, duh. Therefore, Moderates are going to side with whoever is the loudest voice in an attempt to appease. Who is the loudest group of whiny beeotches on the planet? Pregressicuvus Moronicus aka the modern left.
Moderate = Libtard.

2 People Have Had Their Say:

paul mitchell on August 16, 2009 at 2:43 PM said...

Yeppers, you know it.

classicaliberal on August 16, 2009 at 3:00 PM said...

What kind of a spineless loser do you have to be to actually publicly declare yourself a moderate? How emasculating can you get?!


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