Conservatives vs liberals

Okay.  So first we find out that liberals are less likely to give to charity than conservatives.  Then we find out that conservatives have more sex.  And are happier.  And now we find out that liberals are less likely to be fundamentally honest?

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  1. A slight amplification:

    Liberals ARE indeed more likely to seek “charitable funds” to flow to those who are needy……they just want the GOVERNMENT to be the agent of redistribution.

    About a month ago at Maya Angelou’s birthday party she sat on stage and stated that when corporations dole out money to charitable organizations this is not CHARITY…..when they do it to get a tax write off. I thought it ironic that she would say this because her entire bash was sponsored by UPS, Wal-Mart, Coca Cola and Delta Air Lines. Go figure.

    My comeback – which I know that we will never, never, never hear out of her mouth was:

    We should never confuse GOVERNMENT ENTITLEMENT programs for CHARITY nor the politician driving the policy as being a charitable soul. When the IRS takes a person’s money to fund these programs – they are not acting charitable. They are doing so with full confidence that the US justice system would throw the person in jail if he refused to put money into the offering plate.

  2. Jazzy says:

    Damn Constructive you finally stop trolling over at Field Negro’s spot to end up over here. Corn man how many times do I have to tell you to lay off that shit it’s bad for the digestive system.

  3. […] Phelps: So first we find out that liberals are less likely to give to charity than conservatives. Then we find out that conservatives have more sex. And are happier. And now we find out that liberals are less likely to be fundamentally honest? […]

  4. R says:

    Lawlz, come on, man. We don’t even get to see the context of the questions. How very convenient when you want to make a point.

  5. Phelps says:

    What context do you need to clarify that liberals are more likely to think it is “OK to drink a can of soda in a store without paying for it and to avoid the truth while negotiating the price of a car.” Or “Those with a “liberal outlook” who “reject the idea of absolute truth” were more accepting of cheating at school, according to another study, involving 291 students and published in the Journal of Education for Business”?

  6. R says:

    “Is it OK to drink a can of soda in a store without paying for it…if the store owner keyed your car last week?”

    Fuck yes it is. Oh shit, I’m a dishonest liar!

  7. Jazzy:

    Why is it that I am “trolling” but you are making a positive contribution to the board by expressing your opinions BUT NOT “trolling”?

    Corn might be bad for the digestive system but for too many of my people – being feed like mushrooms by those they place their confidence in is not a healthy diet for a thinking person either.

  8. Jazzy says:

    @Unconstuctive you make my ulcer quiver, BTW who has enough time to write 3 or 4 blogs?

  9. Phelps says:

    I don’t have enough time to write one blog. You really should give him some time to act crazy over here before you start calling him crazy, though. It’s just polite.