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Liberal Myths Debunked

The Nazis had a saying, "Tell a lie long enough and it becomes the truth." Modern liberals have maintained this philosophy. So, you may be surprised at the following myths being debunked...

  • The Constitution guarantees "separation of church and state."
    Nowhere in the Constitution does it say anything like that. What it does say in the First Amendment is, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;..." That's a far cry from the liberals trying to abolish crosses on war memorials that happen to sit on government owned land.

  • The Constitution is a "living document."
    When liberals make this claim they are trying to say that different times and technologies require different rights. The Constitution is not a "living document." It is a set of standards that guarantee certain protections from the government.

  • The Constitution guarantees personal privacy.
    Again, nowhere in the Constitution is the word "privacy" to be found. The one time that the word "private" is used is in the Fifth Amendment, "...nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation." The Fourth Amendment allows for reasonable searches with probable cause, so there is in fact no absolute guarantee of privacy.

  • The Constitution says "all men are created equal."
    No, that is from the Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson in 1776. Contrary to liberal belief, that statement did not mean that everyone is entitled to have what everyone else has. It simply means that all people have the same basic needs. That is far different than liberals claiming that people are guaranteed to have all their wants fulfilled by the government. By the way, Thomas Jefferson was not available to sign the US Constitution.

  • "True compassion of the government is shown by how many people are on welfare."
    No, a government shows true compassion by how few people need welfare.

    Liberal myths also contaminate science in an effort to further the liberal agenda:

  • "We must do something about global warming!"
    Firstly, global warming has not been proved, even if "Republican" Governor Schwarzenegger believes it. There is evidence of several climatic changes over the geological history of the Earth. One thing is certain, if the Earth is warming, it is not due to human intervention and human intervention can not stop it.

    Liberals claim that "greenhouse gasses" are the cause of global warming and that these gasses are created by human industrial waste. They love to claim that CO2 emissions are the main culprit. They ignore the fact that a single volcanic eruption, such as Mount Pinatubo in 1991, can release more so-called greenhouse gasses than all of mankind since the Industrial Revolution. So, unless they have a way to plug volcanoes, those gasses are going to continue.

    Liberals say that CO2 traps heat from the Sun in our atmosphere like a greenhouse does. Well, greenhouses don't work that way and recent studies show that CO2 doesn't trap heat. By the way, since all of life on Earth is carbon based, the natural byproduct of organic decay is CO2.

  • The United States is the largest producer of pollution.
    That's just an out-and-out lie. The biggest polluters by far are Third-World countries that are just beginning to industrialize.

  • "Americans are the dumbest people on the planet."
    Sorry, Michael Moore, you probably got that impression by sampling your fans.

    As we leave the world of liberal science myth, we will explore some of the great whoppers famous liberals have told.

  • Al Gore invented the internet.
    Well, Al Gore did say, "I took the initiative in creating the Internet." However, he had absolutely no connection with creating the Internet. The actual creation of the internet was started in the 1960's. If anything, Al Gore was probably working on a way to tax the Internet. If he had stolen the election from George W., Gore's next quote may have been, "I took the initiative in creating the Internet Tax."

  • Hillary Clinton was named after Sir Edmund Hillary.
    Hillary herself started this lie saying her mother named her after Sir Edmund Hillary. Bill Clinton even wrote about it in his autobiography. The problem with this lie is that Edmund Hillary had not yet climbed Mount Everest until six (6) years after Hillary was born and was not yet famous, nor knighted at the time. Hillary is now trying to distance herself from that lie by blaming it on her mother, who never bothered to correct her. This puts to rest the claim that Hillary is the smartest woman in the world.

  • "I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky."
    Even liberals have to admit this one is a classic. They tried to rationalize it with it being his private life. Maybe he was talking to Monica about Hillary when he said it? Hillary tried to brush it aside by saying Bill's alleged affair was a lie perpetrated by a "vast, right-wing conspiracy." Of course, that was after she threw a lamp at him after reading it in the newspaper.

    The problem was Bill Clinton was being sued by a former employee for sexual harassment while he was governor of Arkansas. Consequently, his further lies under oath caused him to be impeached, convicted of contempt of court and loss of his law license. It had nothing to do with sex and his private life. So much for a legacy.

    More liberal nonsense will be debunked in the near future


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