Monday, March 7, 2011 4:53:03 AM
Hey there Mr. Observant, I wasn't calling your opinions retarded (at least not in the part of my comment you quoted) I was making fun of your user name. See how retarded is in your name? Almost as if you put it there on purpose or something...
Friday, March 4, 2011 9:52:00 AM
" while I admire your courage in admitting your disability in such a public place, I would ask that you not spread the whole "retarded" thing on too thick."
In the same paragraph in which you chide me for assigning that line of thinking to liberals alone, you call my opinions retarded. Good job. You're trying to justify your own behavior by saying that "everyone does it." No, everyone does not do it. No, not all liberals do it, and no, not everyone who does it is liberal... but that does not in any way refute my assertion that it is a highly common theme of the liberal argument.
Friday, March 4, 2011 4:07:52 AM
Here's an idea: Stop letting the media control your opinions and actually think for yourself. That goes for both sides of the argument. Yes, Fox News is biased. So is MSNBC. So is NPR. So is your local news station. No news station neutral, so you need to take everything you read with a grain of salt. Read all sides of the issue, and don`t expect everything you read to be absolute fact.
Friday, March 4, 2011 12:21:34 AM
Hey, retardedbear... while I admire your courage in admitting your disability in such a public place, I would ask that you not spread the whole "retarded" thing on too thick. For example, your little jab about the liberal argument being "My opinion is right, and yours is stupid" seems to lose it's sting when I point out that the same could be said of nearly any group, because individuals in that group will consistently boil the real issues down to "I`m right, and you`re stupid". It`s human nature, and therefore not a very biting remark. Also, my opinion is right, and yours is stupid.