Lib Logic

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I love the way liberals think, if that’s what you want to call it. Yesterday we read about an op ed in the, ahem, New York Times (blocked from reading the article itself) by some yo-yo who bragged about raising her daughters to believe there’s no such thing as sin, and not even to use the word.

Yeah, yeah: “My family life sucked, therefor the family is bad and it takes a village to raise a child. And my marriage sucks, therefor marriage is outmoded and bad and needs to be radically transformed.” You can think of as many examples of this as I can. And if they all lead back to Hillary Clinton, I can’t help it. I’d rather they led back to Victor Borge. Then we’d at least get a laugh.

One reels in awe of Ms. Op Ed’s towering simple-mindedness, at the vastness of her un-awareness. Like, what’s she gonna say when she catches one of her daughters, now aged 12, say, stealing money out of mama’s pocketbook? It wouldn’t be natural–although libs do “unnatural” better than anyone–for her not to say anything. “What the dickens are you doing in my pocketbook! Get your hands out of there!”

And what’s she gonna say when the kid asks, “Why?”

“Because it’s wrong!”

“What’s wrong about it?”

Well, mama can’t resort to “Thou shalt not steal,” can she? Not without forfeiting all the thumbs-ups awarded her by atheists. The best she can do is, “Because I said so!”, which has satisfied no child since time began; or, more honestly, “Because I’ll wale the tar out of you if you do!” And we fall back on how humanists organize society. Whoever has the keys to the gulag gets to make the rules.

If you’ve been wondering why people in San Francisco poo on the public sidewalk, why naked men are popping up in neighborhoods all over America, and the culture is starting to look and sound like cuckoo for cocoa puffs–

Well, that’s what you get when Godless fat-heads make the rules.

About leeduigon

I have lived in Metuchen, NJ, all my life. I have been married to my wife Patricia since 1977. I am a former newspaper editor and reporter. I was also the owner-operator of my own small business for several years. I wrote various novels and short stories published during 1980s and 1990s. I am a long-time student of judo and Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu). I also play chess, basketball, and military and sports simulations. View all posts by leeduigon

9 responses to “Lib Logic

  • cassandra41

    Your title is an oxymoron.


  • Watchman

    All you have to do is look at the Soviet Union and their experiment with Communism. They also got rid of notions of God, sin, and good and evil, and as a result millions died. That is the culmination of such thinking.

    “When a man has no faith in the reward of good or the punishment of evil, there is no reason to be human. There is no restraint from the depths of evil that is in man. The Communist torturers often said, “There is no God, no hereafter, no punishment for evil. We can do what we wish.” I heard one torturer say, “I thank God, in whom I don’t believe, that I have lived to this hour when I can express all the evil in my heart.” He expressed it in unbelievable brutality and torture inflicted on prisoners.”
    ― Richard Wurmbrand, Tortured for Christ

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  • Phoebe

    And yet the leftists themselves have a long list of sins, to wit: racism, sexism, classism, ableism, homophobia, xenophobia, transphobia, Islamophobia, MAGA hats, and so on. I used to challenge some of my colleagues to explain to me in what sense these things (minus the MAGA hats, which hadn’t been invented yet) were wrong if there are no moral absolutes, and they just “Oh, Phoebe’d” me, since of course there was no way they could answer the question.


  • thewhiterabbit2016

    The Left will never defend their positions with facts & evidence (unless they are using lying facts, which are no facts at all). They argue from feelings “It’s not fair” as if they are the sole arbitrators of fairness. I wish that AOC screwball of a Congresswoman would take a trip to African & Asian countries and see how most people in the world have to live. That woman needs a wake-up call.


  • Unknowable

    If you pare it back to the essentials, it comes down to one thing, symbolized by the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Bad. Who decides what is good and what is bad. If you look around us, the abilities of humans at doing this are, at best, miserable, and, at worst, disasterous.


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