Debating Scandinavian socialists, British Labour voters or American Democrats is about as intellectually stimulating as watching camels urinate. If you do however find yourself verbally assaulted by one them, here are 10 expressions they are fond of (mis)using. You must rebuke each in order to expose their deficient brain capacity for the world to ridicule.

 

10. That’s illegal

Most frequently used by people who confuse morality for the law. The two have nothing in common. Nor is making that statement akin to crafting an argument. Putting people in ovens was once legal in Germany. That didn’t make it just, moral or right! Ask them; if everyone votes for a law saying X must die, does X deserve death? That’s right, I didn’t think so!

 

9. That’s offensive

People who say this have zero arguments and think they can win by labeling you. Counter with a ridiculous meaningless label of your own such as; that’s orange juice, to show them how dumb they are.

 

8. That’s sexist

Used mainly by women and confused men to argue for special privileges for women at men’s expense. In essence they’re throwing what they themselves are at you. Don’t fall for it and demand a real argument instead.

 

7. That’s racist

People who say this are against all freedom of choice. They’re mini dictators who seek to control everyone’s minds. If you want an Asian in you rental apartment instead of an Arab, that’s not racism. It’s simply you exercising your right to choose based on a personal preference. Nothing racist about that. Explain to them what real racism is and watch them crumble.

 

6. That’s a generalization

Used by people who think that no conclusion can be drawn about anything ever, no matter how big a majority fits the mould, in an attempt to negate things that are generally true. Ask them if sugar is sweet or is it just a generalization? They won’t be able to answer, leaving you victorious.

 

5. That’s just one person

Often used by the same people to once again obfuscate facts or inconvenient information from brave whistleblowers or people who blow the cover on major corruption in government. Such arguments excuse evil behavior and should not be respected. Explain how said information is but a mere indicator of what may be a hidden iceberg and cannot be written off with a shrug of the shoulders.

 

4. That’s stupid

Used by people who are at a kindergarten level intellectually speaking and can’t string together a coherent thought. These people are a danger to their surroundings as well as their own well-being. Push for a real argument rather than a label. They likely won’t have one and must concede defeat.

 

3. That’s just wrong

Don’t fall for it unless instantly followed up by …because. This is a personal favorite of people who’ve never read a book throughout their whole lives, yet think they know everything. Said corruptocrats operate based on feelings rather than facts. Feelings don’t belong in rational debates. Demand a serious explanation.

 

2. That’s ignorant

Used by people to insinuate that you are a racist ignoramus with a lower IQ than them. It’s not an argument however and doesn’t prove anything. What’s ignorant is labeling something ignorant simply because you can’t argue against it yet won’t concede defeat.

 

1. You can’t be serious

People who say this wants to make your facts sound extreme by expressing shock over what you just argued. It’s not however a counter argument, should not be respected and must be followed up with am unequivocal: Yes I am!

 

Conclusion

Anyone who utters any of the above are void of critical thinking skills, base their whole existence on feelings and are consequently extremely poor irrational decision makers. Sadly their numbers seem to grow year by year. I conjecture it’s due to the fact that few dare challenge them for fear of being labelled with one or more of the sayings I’ve just described.

This is the wrong approach. Critique, verbally annihilate and confront said people until they go home completely crushed over the realization their words and default debate expressions aren’t facts. Only then will we begin to hear less and less of these Bernie Sanders worshipping stooge’s nonsense.

 

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  • Vorkuta

    ‘That’s illegal’. Hate that Left Wing phrase more than any other. Every right thinking person has to follow his own moral code in life, hopefully that moral code chimes with local laws but if not so be it.

    • Harald Baldr

      I hear ya. I’ve broken up a few friendships because of ‘friends’ who side with authoritarian laws and rules vs. what’s morally right.

      Personally I can’t stand the generalization phrase. I really wonder how people go through life never being able to draw conclusions about anything. I should post this in some liberal chat-room and see what they have to say for themselves.

      • PeteyBrian

        One can’t possibly comment on this topic unless it’s stated what the person did?

        Maybe it was both “illegal” AND “immoral” in 200 countries! Lol.

        • Harald Baldr

          I shall relay this story (as it’s an interesting one) in a detailed article about deceit one day

  • PeteyBrian

    A left-wing black man is leader of the free world and has been for the last 7 years.

    By next year, a left-wing woman will replace the black man as the leader of the free world.

    Meanwhile, none of the under-qualified conservative candidates running for office is even expected to garner 45 percent of the votes in a general election next year.

    Any questions?

    • Harald Baldr

      Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Donald Trump are all overqualified. I’m eternally grateful for all 3 of them lowering themselves to partake in this popularity contest

      • PeteyBrian

        Few in Congress including leaders of his own party even like Canadian-born Ted Cruz who’s most known for attempting to shut the government down (pointless) over Planned Parenthood (?). Over Planned Parenthood funding? Please… Give me a break. Anyone please explain to me how smart that would be for America… (Crickets chirping) Lol!!!

        • Harald Baldr

          Please explain first why that is wrong and I will answer. Right now you’re just fabling with liberal labels proving the article right

          • PeteyBrian

            Let’s see – you actually need support to get things done in Congress…

          • PeteyBrian

            Why what is wrong? Shutting down the US government over Planned Parenthood funding? An overwhelming number of REPUBLICANS do not support this including the Republican leadership in the House and the Senate and voted it down 77-19.

            If Ted Cruz were elected President – is this the type of leadership we are to expect?

            A leader of the free world not only needs to present a case – he’s supposed to lead. Ted Cruz can’t even lead his own party…

            Ronald Reagan could lead. Ted Cruz? Not even his own party, which poses a problem for him.

          • Harald Baldr

            It was over defunding Obamacare, and yes that’s a worthy goal.

            If Ted Cruz were elected president Americans might get some of their freedom back

          • PeteyBrian

            Obamacare passed 5 years ago – old issue, the Republicans LOST that battle. Trying to defund Planned Parenthood – is the most recent fail.

            Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are getting too buddy buddy on the Debate Stage. Could be each other’s running mates? Lol!

      • PeteyBrian

        Love the Libertarian thinking but Rand Paul is no Ron Paul.

        • Harald Baldr

          Sounds like a liberal argument. Explain how and I might take you seriously

          • PeteyBrian

            Ron Paul – was a serious candidate for President. Rand Paul? (Crickets…)

          • Harald Baldr

            Again, no facts just insinuations without substance

          • PeteyBrian

            Okay – Rand Paul’s claim to fame was his filibuster of President Obama’s confirmation of a Director of the CIA and drone usage. Paul tied up the Senate floor for almost 13 hours talking nonsense – and wasting everyone’s time. Rand Paul was so effective and his arguments so compelling – that Obama’s candidate was confirmed 63-34. And the Republicans had the Senate majority!

            Secondly, Paul flip-flopped on US involvement in the Ukraine. First, Paul was outspoken in stating that the US should AVOID taking actions that might interfere with Russia’s relationship with the Ukraine (such as having Ukraine join NATO). A HUGE MISS! A complete turnaround by Paul once Putin started showing his hand. Paul is running for the office of leader of the free world – and couldn’t see from Crimea to Georgia what was coming…

          • Harald Baldr

            Rand Paul’s claim to fame is his unrelenting commitment to individual freedom just like his dad. That 13 hour speech was not a filibuster. Look it up. it was simply a long speech and it was good.

            On Ukraine, what do you mean. Why is this a huge miss?

      • PeteyBrian

        Donald Trump has stumped all the political experts thus far. If he is the Republican Nominee, there’ll be 4 years of Clinton for sure.

        Marco Rubio – has the most promise in a general election imho.

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