Stupid Cereal with Stupid Milk

Bowl of stupid

On February 7, Leftist Nancy MacLean opened her yap and puked out this offensive and totally wrong opinion:

“Many of the architects of [libertarianism] seem to be on the autism spectrum—you know, people who don’t feel solidarity or empathy with others.”

Stupid Cereal:

“It’s true that many people with autism don’t show emotion in ways that people without the condition would recognize. But the notion that people with autism generally lack empathy and cannot recognize feelings is wrong.-By Rebecca Brewer and Jennifer Murphy

Stupid Milk:

Libertarianism does not rest on the belief that people should not have good things, but the belief that getting the government too involved in people’s lives actually does more harm than it does good.” –Katherine Timpf

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Nancy MacLean is a history professor at Duke University and the author of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America.

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One response to “Stupid Cereal with Stupid Milk

  1. Skimming the Stupid Milk

    It’s amusing to me to listen to traditional libertarians (like Julie Borowski) or old-fashioned liberals (like Sargon). I like them. Their best principles are practically indistinguishable from limited-government Constitutional conservatism. Quite different from the open-borders legalize-everything extremists who took over the Libertarian Party and certainly nothing like the tyrannical collectivist regressives going as Liberals. I can understand why traditional liberals and libertarians wouldn’t think of calling themselves conservatives, though, if the models of conservatism are RINOs and DIABLOs.

    Sliced Stupid Bananas

    As usual, the irony of projection here, as MacLean showed no solidarity nor empathy with autistics. Let me see if I can re-work this to better accuracy?

    “Many of the architects of so-called Progressivism seem to be what Ann Barnhardt calls “Diabolical Narcissists”—you know, people who don’t feel solidarity or empathy with others.”

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