Friday, June 3, 2016

WE can be bigoted, especially about _________, but YOU CANNOT -- about ANYTHING!

The genius contingent of SpankMonkey gets perturbed when someone posts the word "kike,"

OK, moderator riled up by use of "kikes". Please do not do that again.

Howeer, if you want to call Christians "lizard people" or IDIOTS or otherwise impugn their personhood that's cool, Bro-Brah-buddy!


Let's remember the rule:  if you ride MTBs, and especially if you are "in the industry," you have to:

* Hate Christians as a group
* Hate Christianity as a thing
* Hate Republicans as a group
* Hate any one individual who is identified as Christian or Republican
* Believe that each of the 4 foregoing items is Humane Behavior

and at the same time, you also have to:

* have NO TOLERANCE whatever for anyone who says anything that may disparage a member of the Jewish faith.


Gosh, they're almost as Progressive as Chalupa!

-- Harold Caidagh, who would remind you that if you "hate religion," that includes hating Judaism; and that if you "hate Conservatives" you're hating a lot of Jewish NeoCons in the bargain.


H.M. Lohmann said...

Wait, Hal -- doesn't this raise the issue of why hating Conservatives is okay, even though it includes hating Jewish NeoCons?

Could that be due to the fact that Jewish NeoCons are actually leftists of the authoritarian stripe, pining for Fascism, which can be leftist even though Mussolini's version was rightist?

Chet Redweld said...

It may say more about holistic thinking (or the lack thereof) and values inconsistency.

It's the sort of argument that gets pummeled in litigation when the adverse counsel is sharp and holistic. I've seen it happen in many different lawsuit contexts. But that probably bears no relation to what Hal is talking about up there, Hy.

Harold Caidagh said...

"sharp and holistic"

You don't mean the same sharp that's used in the phrase sharp practice, do you Chet?

Chet Redweld said...

What do YOU think, Hal?

Harold Caidagh said...

I think that knowing how the world works is not knowing how to work the world, and vice-versa.

Karl Franz Ochstradt said...

Polly wanna cracker?