Sunday, November 24, 2013

Pearls of expression – XXXVII.

[Liberals] are so rabid about not generalizing they skip right over the fact that generalizations exist, and indeed are hurtful, for the reason that they are largely true. Often bankable. Hence a liberal is a person for whom there is no distinction between a fact that is not nice and a fact that is not true.[1]
And to be nice is the summum bonum for liberals, even if one must lie and be vicious to advance niceness.

Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff, Mark Steyn, and Glenn Beck paid a price for non-niceness.

Sweden is a bad, bad place to be not nice.

[1] Jotun Hunter comment on "Notes on the Pussification of America." By Fred Reed, Taki Magazine, 11/14/13.

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