Monday, February 16, 2015

Conservatism, Stupidity, And Science.

Is there a reason that Conservative leaders love stupid people...?

You remember that quote about the Cons and how intellectually challenged they are...

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Especially when it comes to s-e-x.

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The typical Con has no concept of what freedom and laws are...

But the funny thing is that with all their power, the Conservative LEADERS seem to be getting stupider every this guy:

...and this gal:

You'd think some of these morons went to Clown College...

Because stupid is as stupid does...

"NY State Senator Wants Terrorists To Sign Up On A 'Terrorist Registry.'"

NY State Senator Wants Terrorists To Sign Up On A 'Terrorist Registry'
Mrs. Croci's idiot son, Tommy.
"No, this is not from The Onion. A New York State legislator wants a terrorist registry to track where offenders live in his state. What could possibly go wrong?

"State Sen. Thomas Croci wants terrorist registry to track where offenders live in New York:

"ALBANY — Terrorists, beware! A New York lawmaker wants to make you register — just like sex offenders do.

"Newly elected GOP Sen. Thomas Croci of Islip introduced legislation this week to create the 'New York State Terrorist Registry' to track evildoers who have taken up residence in the Empire State. The registry, which would be accessible to the public on the Web, would be modeled after the one now used to track registered sex offenders living in New York..."

...especially when their stupidity is linked to bigotry.

But Conservative leadership means turning stupidity into profit...

Did you know this guy is actually running for President!

He knows that with stupidity, bigotry and hate are sure to follow..

...especially to the misinformed voter.

"Misinformed USA: Why average Americans vote for Republicans."

Recent Tea Party Rally
Recent Tea Party Rally
"One can only wonder why average working class Americans would vote for a party that is so obvious in their bias towards the wealthy. It would make sense that someone in the top 1 percent of the income bracket would vote for the Republican party since they have the wealthiest American's best interest at heart. You could even make the case that highly religious Christians would vote for Republicans even though, at times, they vote against their own best economic interests. So the question remains, while scratching your head, why do working class Americans vote for Republican candidates..?"

So read 'em and weep, America - the stupidity of the average Conservative has been proven scientifically.

"Multiple Scientific Studies Confirm: Extreme Conservatism Linked to Racism, Low I.Q."

"Hodson and Busseri (2012) found in a correlational study that lower intelligence in childhood is predictive of greater racism in adulthood, with this effect being mediated (partially explained) through conservative ideology. They also found poor abstract reasoning skills were related to homophobic attitudes which was mediated through authoritarianism and low levels of intergroup contact.

"There’s no gentle way to put it: People who give in to racism and prejudice may simply be dumb…Low-intelligence adults tend to gravitate toward socially conservative ideologies. Those ideologies, in turn, stress hierarchy and resistance to change, attitudes that can contribute to prejudice..."

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Although their stupidity can provide us with a laugh a day, there's the ever-present danger that some of the dumbest among them can rule us someday.

We all remember what the Axis of Stupidity, Reagan/Bush/BushJr., did to us and how we suffer for it now.

So the next time you laugh at another dumb thing they say or do, remember: They are hardened criminals looking for unopposed power and even more of our money to line their pockets and purses.

Do you still think criminalizing Conservatism is a bad idea?

Joyce, Jnr.


"BrainDs, you know, are suspect in the Republican Party."

Walter J. Lippmann.


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