Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall, Which Party is the Best Job Creator Of Them All? Recently, folks on the left have been posting an impressive statistic re: job creation numbers by administration, showing the Democrats as clearly superior in this regard to Republican administrations. The republicans (rightly) point out that …Wait! Don’t stop there!
So no new article from me. I did, however, take some time to update two of the Mythbusting articles, here and here, with new information. Enjoy, and I’ll be back tomorrow! -=Vel=-
Conservatives love to talk about Solyndra and other companies that received “gummint funds,” only to go belly up or run into other problems. The reason they like to point these companies out is that they believe it helps them make a case that the government ought not be in the …Wait! Don’t stop there!
Yeeeehaw! The video clip below is simply too good to pass on. It underscores just how deep the ignorance runs on the right. Yes, it’s partisan. Yes, it’s biased (for every ignorant hick like this you find in Mississippi, Louisiana, or South Carolina, you’re apt to find a well spoken …Wait! Don’t stop there!
I mention this because it is one of the most common of all conservative ploys. The convenient misuse of one type of statistical comparison to score a point, when, on even the slightest amount of reflection, the method of comparison used is inappropriate to the argument they’re trying to make. …Wait! Don’t stop there!
I’ve written about the phenomenon before, but one of the more common tactics used by the Rape-ublicans is to make a claim about their opponents that holds true for them. I call it “Reversi,” others call it simple projection, but whatever you call it, you see it a LOT. I’ve …Wait! Don’t stop there!
So, since I’m doing this full time now, I thought I’d try to make it a point to do something light/fun on the weekends, just to break things up a bit, and I can’t imagine a better person to lead off my new review segment than Frank Foster. Who the …Wait! Don’t stop there!
My conclusion is that the modern republican party hates democracy and wishes to create a one-party state with itself as the ruling party elite (of course). I reached this conclusion via the following path: Premise 1: The modern republican party is defined primarily by three key features: 1) A relatively …Wait! Don’t stop there!
Many conservatives can’t quite wrap their heads around the notion that things are better now than they were three years ago. They HATE that. They WANT the economy to fail…the misery to be prolonged so they can sweep back into power again in November, and much to their chagrin, the …Wait! Don’t stop there!
More correctly, this should say “47% of Americans pay no FEDERAL income taxes,” but even when used in its correct form (which, in my experience, is less than half the time), it is another meaningless statistic, used by the conservative crowd to whip the base into a parasite-hating frenzy, so …Wait! Don’t stop there!