Discussion in 'Current Events' started by rtwngAvngr, Apr 30, 2004.
Because it doesn't villainize the consumption of animal flesh?
more generalizations I see. When are you going to realize that there are more than two flavors of viewpoints in the world?
for example, I'm liberal and I hate the low carb diet revolution but only because it turns my spouse into an embittered person because she can't eat the things she likes.
Generalization made from specific instances of liberals in my life.
I know logic is oppression.
that would be called prejudice. outlooks made by experiences not relevant.
No it wouldn't. How are the experiences of liberals hating low carb diets not relevant to the topic of liberals hating low carb diets? You just hate how I have liberals pegged spot on.
You're not a true lib, dk. your attitudes towards guns and taxes put you squarely in the guns and taxes party.
because you also generalize that they hate it because it doesn't villainize the consumption of animal flesh. That would also mean that all vegetarians would be liberal, I assure you that would be far from truth.
so sez u :
thats not a bad thing, is it? because I hate bad generalizations
He 'does' have facts...and knowledge of the situations he's experienced.
He's basing his opinion on his experience. There is nothing wrong with that. Human Nature.
That they hate it is indisputable. "is it because it doesn't villainize the consumption of animal flesh?" is a question/hypothesis.
again, there's no "bad" generalization here. What does that mean? A generalization is either accurate or it is not. Mine are. Attaching negative moral significance to my skills at generalization is a partisan smokescreen, reeking of desperation and hickory chips.
Oh and all vegetarians ARE liberal. That's in the dictionary.
If that is true, are all liberals vegetarians?
Separate names with a comma.