Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Apparently, I'm on the Shallow End of the Gene Pool

In what has to be one of the most arrogant things I have ever heard, Ken Schram seems to think all conservatives don't know what they're doing.

They can't help themselves.

According to a new study published in the American Political Science Review, being politically conservative is, in part, a matter or genetics.

I've long wondered how an otherwise seemingly rational person could adhere so strictly to stilted ideologies; how they could be so consistently willing to smother a sense of social well-being.

It's merely a matter of having been dumped in the shallow end of the gene pool.

They're sorta like the puppy who piddles in the middle of the floor: They just don't know any better.

I was going to make some comments, but have decided that I shouldn't blog while angry...

Little Green Footballs has some excellent points dealing with Nazism...
The “eugenics” trope was used by Nazi Germany to dehumanize Jews and other groups deemed “subhuman,” by nature of their “defective” genetic material.

And now the American far left, given a voice by mainstream media in Seattle and supported by “studies” from leftist “think tanks,” has come up with their own version of eugenics: Ken Schram Commentary: Just Born The ‘Right’ Way?

It's starting to look like the far left has finally gone so far they are now far right...


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