Tuesday, January 10, 2012

"Where Are The Liberals?" -
You Don't Want to Know.

David Brooks at the NY Times asks a stunningly stupid question:

Why aren’t there more liberals in America?

It’s not because liberalism lacks cultural power. Many polls suggest that a majority of college professors and national journalists vote Democratic. The movie, TV, music and publishing industries are dominated by liberals.

It’s not because recent events have disproved the liberal worldview. On the contrary, we’re still recovering from a financial crisis caused, in large measure, by Wall Street excess. Corporate profits are zooming while worker salaries are flat.

It’s not because liberalism’s opponents are going from strength to strength. The Republican Party is unpopular and sometimes embarrassing.

Given the circumstances, this should be a golden age of liberalism. Yet the percentage of Americans who call themselves liberals is either flat or in decline. There are now two conservatives in this country for every liberal. Over the past 40 years, liberalism has been astonishingly incapable at expanding its market share.


Why, you silly man, there is an obvious answer, right before your nose.

Where are the liberals?

They are dead. Or at least enough of them to prevent an Obama from ever happening again.

This has been known for years. Democrats abort far more often than Republicans do. It is as simple as that.

Abort at a 3:2 Dem:GOP ratio for 35 years, and it makes a difference. Every Presidential election there are about 1.5 million fewer Democrat voters than the one previous. And that number will not change.

Genocide doth not prosper: for where it prospers, none dare call it genocide.

Next question?

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