The biggest problem the RIGHT has is that they allow the LEFT to re-define them in a way that is negative… allowing for the often “emotion” appealing LEFT to Label, accuse and win the argument (emotionally) before dialogue begins.
Pro-Traditional Marriage = Anti-gay rights / homophobia
Anti-Affirmitive Action = Anti-Black / Racist
Pro-Life / Anti-Abortion = Anti-Women / Anti-Choice
Pro-Gun = Pro-killing / Pro-murder
Anti- (excessive) Welfare = Anti-poor / Greedy
Pro-States Rights = Pro-Confederate / Pro-Bureaucracy
How does the Right counter? It spends time explaining itself in paragraphs whereas the left can sum us up in 1-Loaded word.
The Right needs to “come out” first. It needs to be able to sum up it’s positions quicker… without need of explanation. Should it push the “emotional” argument above the “reason” - no. Unfortunately though, this position is harming us because today’s society will not take the time to listen to an argument it traditionally and immediately finds opposing or offensive.
This is the first line in long list of challenges faced by the Right. What are some solutions?
goodreasonnews asked: LOL, you think trans* people are "erasing" words by creating new ones? Are you really that much of a fucking idiot? Just say yes so we can get this all over with, you fucking idiot.
Angry people are funny when they miss the entire point…
Props for not doing this anonymously though. I apologize for expressing my opinion which is contrary to yours and which obviously offends you. It was stupid of me to do, so I will say “Yes” so you can have your way.
Dear conservative blacks, don’t think for yourselves, it’s offensive and intolerant to liberals.
Go Home Liberal… you are drunk.
I love the Law of Unintended Consequences that always comes into play whenever liberals attempt to do anything good for anybody. See, when they’re not outright trying to screw people over, liberals do sometimes actually try to help—and end up screwing people over in the process anyway.