Sunday, January 05, 2003

America is So Liberal We Believe Freedom is Conformity

I was waltzing through a website the other day with a no good frame of mind, looking for images to pirate, when I came across some people talking the typical liberal bloviation that is the hallmark of our time.

I know you're trained to disagree, but actually open your mind for once. This whole era is liberal - brought on by liberal religions, liberal attitudes toward markets, and liberalization of society from a sensible tribal order into the dystopian, dysfunctional and degenerate civilization of "the now."

America is so liberal that we actually pretend to care what each and every person thinks about two choices on an issue (voting), and we don't bother to educate or allow competition or foster hierarchy or do anything else that would allow the more intelligent and capable to rise above the lumpy, television-addicted masses.

So out of the clouds far above a liberal reality of revenge, egalitarianism and masturbatory self-congratulatory "morality," I descended like the Red Baron until I had the enemy in my sites, and let fly with:

"Prejudice and discrimination are great, if used correctly. I never work with Christians, hire Christians or date Christians. Why? Because in my view, Christianity is the most twisted and useless religion ever, and I don't want to associate with it.

Some would call that 'hate' and 'prejudice' but I'd call it my personal integrity at work."

I'm sure that tummies are fluttering, keys are flying and rage is fomenting as I type this, but in my view, this statement opens up a new world of something so democratic all good Americans should support it.

The only changes that really matter in this place, America, and the world following its path, are economic ones. So let's see a real diversity of opinion. If we're really democratic, we can handle any opinion too, right?

Some don't like blacks. Boycott them.

Some don't like atheists. Boycott them.

Some don't like drug users. Same there.

When I say "boycott," I mean "discriminate." If your favorite grocery store is owned by your target, go to the one down the street that isn't. And so on. Anytime you have two options, and one coincides with your dislike, take the other.

Unfortunately, that's not how liberals see things - they believe in an objective morality and a need to make us all behave like liberals. More's the pity for that, as it not only crushes diversity but doesn't allow us the option to express our character and decisions in any significant fashion.

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