Skip to comments.I Hate Mike Adams
Posted on 06/08/2012 11:18:32 AM PDT by ReformationFan
I love being hated. And if you dont think Im hated then you havent read my most recent rating on www.RateMyProfessor.com. For those too lazy to click the link (that means liberals), Ive reprinted the latest rating below:
I hate this guy on a personal level. He is a hyper-conservative homophobic a**hole. I disagree with his beliefs in every way and have never in my life had a professor or teacher I disliked more. I have to admit he's a good professor as far as covering course material in a clear manner, but his class policy is also very strict.
In just four sentences, this student has succinctly summarized at least six major problems with liberalism in America. They follow in no particular order of importance:
1. Hate speech is a one-way street. When conservatives speak, their speech can still be labeled hate speech even if it does not contain the word hate. But liberals can avoid a charge of hate speech even when using the phrase I hate as an opener. Liberal hate is well-intentioned and tends to focus on broader social goals. It isnt the words that determine whether something is free speech. Its the sentiment that lies behind them.
2. Everyone else is extreme. The term hyper-conservative is usually applied to people who believe crazy things like marriage involves one man and one woman or its wrong to dismember innocent babies. According to liberals, about 80% of the population is hyper-conservative for one reason or another.
3. Every disagreement involves a phobia. A phobia is an irrational fear of something. Liberals usually apply this term to people like me who are not afraid to say anything. Absence of fear? Irrational fear? Its all the same in the mind of the liberal.
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I hate liberals. I tell them to their faces. I even tell them I hope they die a horrible, painful death and their DNA is removed from the gene pool.
Or that I’m pro-choice and just wish their mother had of aborted them. Usually shuts them up.
I know, I’m mean.