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Who keeps telling liberals that they are smarter than they really are?


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I understand that libs pretty much own the school system, so they are told that they are smart no matter how stupid they are. They pad their grades so their self esteem stays intact. Participation trophies and all that crap. In short, if it makes them think they are smart, then the schools will implement it. Same with college. However, when they get out of the system they are repeatedly being smacked on the head by the real world. They get owned in every debate, they are wrong about everything.  Not just here, but in society as well. Yet, they still are under the delusion that they are smarter than they really are. 

 

Who keeps this delusion alive in them after their schooling?

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7 minutes ago, Vegas said:

I understand that libs pretty much own the school system, so they are told that they are smart no matter how stupid they are. They pad their grades so their self esteem stays intact. Participation trophies and all that crap. In short, if it makes them think they are smart, then the schools will implement it. Same with college. However, when they get out of the system they are repeatedly being smacked on the head by the real world. They get owned in every debate, they are wrong about everything.  Not just here, but in society as well. Yet, they still are under the delusion that they are smarter than they really are. 

 

Who keeps this delusion alive in them after their schooling?

They have taken over 90% of the media and universities.....therefore, they get to control the narrative. 

Nothing to do with truth/facts.  They don't care about truth or facts. 

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I got in a fight with my senior humanities teacher way back in 1990. He was a dyed in the wool leftist and often openly taught from the writings of Marx and Mao. I submitted a project on the industrial revolution. I knew what he wanted, he wished to have capitalism attacked. He wanted the suffering of workers, the use of child labor, and destruction of the environment to be chronicled. Instead I wrote a 20 page essay on the benefits of the industrial revolution and the poverty reducing effects of capitalism. He graded the paper with a D so I challenged him with the school board. They reviewed the assignment and my submission and admonished him. Paper was changed to an A-. The buttclown apparently talked crap about me to his other classes and I was assaulted a few times for being a racist. Progressives, including educators, are slimy individuals.

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22 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

Yes private colleges look for the best of the best and that's usually a liberal. 

Do you know how many hatvard grads are out there that are stupid as hell? Their parents have money. Thats it. 

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34 minutes ago, Vegas said:

I understand that libs pretty much own the school system, so they are told that they are smart no matter how stupid they are. They pad their grades so their self esteem stays intact. Participation trophies and all that crap. In short, if it makes them think they are smart, then the schools will implement it. Same with college. However, when they get out of the system they are repeatedly being smacked on the head by the real world. They get owned in every debate, they are wrong about everything.  Not just here, but in society as well. Yet, they still are under the delusion that they are smarter than they really are. 

 

Who keeps this delusion alive in them after their schooling?

Globalists keeping all geographical areas in chaos. oops that branches out to all sides framing each reality doesn't it.

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34 minutes ago, Vegas said:

I understand that libs pretty much own the school system, so they are told that they are smart no matter how stupid they are. They pad their grades so their self esteem stays intact. Participation trophies and all that crap. In short, if it makes them think they are smart, then the schools will implement it. Same with college. However, when they get out of the system they are repeatedly being smacked on the head by the real world. They get owned in every debate, they are wrong about everything.  Not just here, but in society as well. Yet, they still are under the delusion that they are smarter than they really are. 

 

Who keeps this delusion alive in them after their schooling?

 

You are extremely stupid.

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1 minute ago, leftwinger said:

 

You are extremely stupid.

Stupid is knowing things aren't real and defending them anyway. Ignorant is navigating the real moment and defining it with hypothetical standards.  In your mind intelligence is keeping ancestries fooled historically and current events.

 

Now, what are you doing here? Correcting human error or assuring it is never corrected?

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22 minutes ago, RollingRock said:

Who tells Vegas to sign onto a liberal forum, insult them, then expect them to discuss politics with him?  

 

Seems odd.... :huh:  

 

Trump supporters are liberal, individuals who want to make a last vote to end government by the people in a trade to receive free goods and services are not liberal.

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34 minutes ago, Chongo said:

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Trump supporters are liberal, individuals.....

 

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No....that's not possible.....

 

 

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conservative:

 

: believing in the value of established and traditional practices in politics and society

: not liking or accepting changes or new ideas

 

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liberal:

 

: believing that government should be active in supporting social and political change

: not opposed to new ideas or ways of behaving that are not traditional or widely accepted

 

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progressive:

 

: moving forward

: happening or developing gradually over a period of time

: using or interested in new or modern ideas especially in politics and education

 

 

 

http://www.merriam-webster.com/

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