[WikiEN-l] Wikipedia: "a liberal cesspool of fact-checking, sources and citations"
saintonge at telus.net
Fri Oct 9 07:22:48 UTC 2009
> So if you're verbose in the name of Liberalism, that's "wordy" and bad, but
> if you're verbose in the name of Conservatism, that's "strong" and good?
> check. I'll remember that. I'd hate to be verbose for all the wrong reasons.
That's not the distinction that I would make. Conservatives don't need
to be verbose because they believe that they already have God's truth.
Liberals too easily spend much time on trying to figure out what to
create in place of God, and figuring out how to avoid stepping on the
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tony Sidaway"
>> On 10/6/09, Charles Matthews wrote:
>>> "Prefer Conciseness over Liberal Wordiness" is pretty good though
>>> (scroll down).
>> That's a doozy.
>> Note also that principle 4, "Utilize Powerful Conservative Terms",
>> links to another of Schlafly's crackpot projects, to prove that since
>> 1612, "Powerful, insightful new conservative terms have grown at a
>> geometric rate, roughly doubling every century"
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