BurtPrelutsky.com — Burt spelled it out perfectly:
“It doesn’t happen too often, but every once in a while someone forwards something to me from the Internet that I haven’t seen before and that actually grabs my attention. In this case, it was a series of ways that one could easily identify a liberal. I mean aside from asking them if they happen to be journalists, judges, social workers, teachers, professors, illegal aliens, actors, musicians or convicted felons.”
“Here it is, with a few of my own modifications:
(1) A liberal is someone who thinks Republicans are waging a war on women, but that the Muslim world isn’t.
(2) A liberal is someone who says to a pregnant woman: “Don’t smoke, it’ll hurt your baby,” but tells her it’s quite okay to abort that same baby.
(3) A liberal is someone who thinks Fox News lies, but Obama doesn’t.
(4) A liberal is someone who lives in a gated community or behind a high wall, but says that a border fence won’t work.
(5) A liberal is someone who wails about “corporate welfare,” but thinks it’s great that Obama bailed out General Motors to save union contracts and blew a billion tax dollars on certain-to-fail green energy companies in exchange for campaign contributions.al
(6) A liberal is someone who protested the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and proclaimed the Patriot Act fascistic, until Barack Obama took office.”
I’ll add a couple of my own:
A liberal wants to keep abortion safe, legal and always an option; but salt needs to be heavily regulated and restricted.
A liberal thinks a woman’s body is her own, and permanently enslaved to the DNC.
A liberal thinks overpopulation is a huge problem, but open-border immigration is not.
A liberal thinks a Court decision on abortion is “a right” and “law of the land”, but the second amendment is not.
A liberal thinks that “Congress shall make no law” means Congress shall make laws and regulate.
A liberal thinks “we have to go spend money to keep from going bankrupt.”
A liberal thinks its greedy to keep your own money but taking it from others is not. — (paraphrasing Thomas Sowell)
As Thomas Sowell puts it:
“I have never understood why it is “greed” to want to keep the money you have earned but not greed to want to take somebody else’s money.” —
Thomas Sowell, Barbarians inside the Gates and Other Controversial Essays
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