Liberal Thinking

Joseph refers to himself as plural, describes Republicans as land without feelings, and argues it is OK to discriminate against and censor people who are in the minority. He apparently believes that Democrats in Los Angeles and New York should be allowed to force their beliefs on the rest of the country.

3:37 AM · Nov 29, 2022

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14 Responses to Liberal Thinking

  1. Rah says:

    And like most brain dead leftists, does not appear to understand the electoral college.

    • Michael Peinsipp says:

      The Electoral College is what protects each INDIVIDUAL State decides.
      We live in a Union of States all different from each other…I call this the ‘Union of Nation/States’.
      That is what the Founding Fathers knew and THAT is why they wrote the US Constitution as they did but…there are idjits who want SOCIALISM!!!
      Ask these people for 1 example of Socialism working…they can NOT!

  2. arn says:

    So twitter is getting the same treatment as Russia
    and other non conformist persons and countries –
    being sanctioned into submission.

    I really wonder why and how degenerated warmongering parasites like the Clintons, Bidens,Obamas and Al Gore (and in 10 years AOC,and Harris if they can fake her into presidency )
    get filthy rich,
    while filthy rich people who actually did something to earn their money
    all of a sudden lose lots of their money for doing and saying normal things?

  3. GWS says:

    Yes, free speech offends their authoritarian hearts, so they mask their hate in calls for ‘safety’.

  4. conrad ziefle says:

    Why do we still have to explain to grown adults what 6,000,000 mean? We might add that even 6,000,000 less is still approximately 50% of the population. I guess there are grown adults who refused to take math after flunking the 5th grade, and never got the more refined concepts of , and %.

  5. Bob Gutjahr says:

    I have to admit that this chart, while interesting, doesn’t do much for me. If people from the big cities spread out through their states, the coloring in the the map would look quite different, but that, in itself, would not alter the election results. Since there are several less populated states that cover lots of land, these have a serious impact on the coloring. I can’t say I would like to see presidential elections decided map coloring.

    In the end, elections are won by winning people’s votes not land area. The electoral college gives a small advantage to the less populated states providing some small protection from the larger states. After all, we are the United States, not just America.

    • Timo, Not That One says:

      See, the thing is, if you were to divide the country into two, more happy countries, based on this map, the blue country would have to buy almost all of their food from the red country.
      I find it sad that people can be so easily driven to hate one another. The world works so much better when people try to get along.

      • roaddog says:

        Actually, they would insist that we give them the food.

        “Why can’t we all just learn to get along?”
        “Because some of us are idiots.”

    • Mac says:

      Presidential elections aren’t decided by “map coloring”. The point of the map is to show that there are millions and millions of people spread out in the red areas who absolutely want nothing to do with mindless urban globalism and silly woke idiocy. The electoral college was put in place to prevent what Thomas Jefferson called the “tyranny of the majority”. It would be catastrophic for 51% of the country to endlesly bully the other 49%, and it would ultimately lead to endless civil unrest.

  6. Torgo says:

    Regarding the use of the plural “we” instead of the singular “I”, it is sometimes used as a backhanded insult. The individual using the term “we” is implying that most people understand the point that is being made, and that one has to be an ignorant outlier if one disagrees or does not understand. I have been “guilty” of using that tactic as in “We remember Operation Northwoods, and anyone who dismisses the possibility of US govt false flag terror is arguably disqualified from the discussion”.

  7. Tim Groves says:

    Joseph simply made an irrelevant point as Tony posted the map not to compare the relative size of of “red” and “blue” lands but to demonstrate that there are a lot of conservatives in the US.

    At a rough estimate, 30 to 40 percent of the population is likely to be mildly to seriously disapproving of Apple’s current policy, and that could translate into a lot of lost customers for their iPhones. But we’ll see. With the current problems in China, Apple’s capacity to produce iPhones is taking a hit in any case.

  8. Billyjack says:

    Considering the climate fear mongering, the clowns in the concrete jungles might find out that the “human destruction of the planet” does not exist if they ever went into a red state and saw how little damage is really done to the planet.

  9. Mac says:

    My question to Joseph is: why do we still have to explain to grown adults that the Democrats are now “The Man”? They are not the peace-loving, freedom-loving hippies sliding around in the mud at Woodstock any longer. The modern Democratic Party is nothing but a bunch of ill-informed, infantile, perpetually indignant fascist psychopaths who fervently support corporate globalism, censorship, endless wars, political violence, the exploitation of impoverished people of the developing world for cheap labor, and the systematic dismantling of western democracies and basic human and civil rights.

    In other words, the Democrats have now become identical to Bush Republicans, but they’re too stupid to realize it.

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