I didnt miss the point. Every time you write about race it's the same thing. Liberals are too afraid to admit the truth, because they'll lose their stranglehold on minority voters. Got it.
Where do write the word "fear" or "afraid?" Where do I hint at it? Where can you point to in the piece where any reasonable person can say I am accusing the left of being afraid to "admit the truth." What truth? I offer no counter to the left's views on race. Nor do I even mention a political dimension.
So yes, you missed the point while doing your usual idiotic job of reading crap into what I write that isn't there except in your fevered imagination.
ed.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 11.12.2009 @ 11:03
Agreed, Rick. Liberal white cultural elites are afraid to have a frank discussion on race because they might have to face the conservative truth that white people really are awesome.
I love it when you write about race.
The fact that you missed the point doesn't surprise me. The idea that your analysis has any basis in reality only proves my point. Do you really believe that's what I said? Of course not. But you feel morally superior due to your enlightened views on race that you can say that I was actually writing that "white people are awesome" and feel that you've won any argument before we've even started.
ed.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 11.12.2009 @ 10:23
The United States of America is definitely exceptional. We are exceptionally good staying on top by whatever means necessary.
As an athiest, I find this to be fantastic, since I live here. I don't understand how the religious - Christians especially - can reconcile that though.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 9.12.2009 @ 16:46
michael reynolds said:
and most BMW’s.
Aww, that's harsh.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 6.12.2009 @ 00:24
Faux conservatives like Rick Moran, Andrew Sullivan, et. al. will never understand Governor Palin’s appeal.
It's not that they will never understand the appeal, it's that they understand it all too well. The former governor's appeal isn't that hard to comprehend.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 4.12.2009 @ 15:01
Bald Ninja said:
I think what Palin said was stupid but if it makes her incompetent then by what standard can you claim Obama is competent?
What she said isn't what makes her incompetent, it's her incompetence that does that.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 4.12.2009 @ 14:12
You obviously want a tilt to the center, but the tone of your posts will not curry favor with many in the Republican party.
This is one of the most ridiculous sentences I've ever read on this site. Ever. It speaks volumes.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 4.12.2009 @ 14:03
And if that’s not the goal that we all want to achieve, what exactly do those who question my conservatism want?
They want you to shut up, stop asking questions, and become another lockstep writer enabler for their 'cause'.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 3.12.2009 @ 11:32
It should be apparent that theories of science are useful for their predictive power, not their beauty or spiritual uplifting, and that theories should always be under review in light of new information.
Despite Rick attacking my stupidity, I find theoretical mathematics to be both beautiful, and spiritually uplifting.
Thus, there should be a modicrum of doubt to every theory of science, in that future discoveries may invalidate the theory.
Doubt is at the very foundation of science. In fact, this quote almost defines the scientific method.
Meanwhile, as Hans Vaihinger has proposed, act “As If” these scientific propositions are true unless and until disproved, but do not elevate them to the level of a quasi-religious belief system.
I suppose I'm guilty. I have elevated the laws of thermodynamics to a quasi-religious belief system.Comment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 1.12.2009 @ 15:59
Way to defend your people Rick.
I always attack stupidity. That's why you're my #1 target.
edComment Posted By Chuck Tucson On 1.12.2009 @ 14:37