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  • mikeinwestsac mikeinwestsac May 28, 2013 8:44 PM Flag

    Liberals are Weak

    Recent findings show:

    "Men who are strong are more likely to take a right-wing stance, while weaker men support the welfare state, researchers claim.

    Their study discovered a link between a man’s upper-body strength and their political views.

    Scientists from Aarhus University in Denmark collected data on bicep size, socio-economic status and support for economic redistribution from hundreds in America, Argentina and Denmark."

    I think Arnold referred to them as girly-men. This is from a U.K. report found in an internet magazine called mail online.

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    • Good post, but I'd like to rewrite the headline to read:

      "Liberalism is Weak"

      President Obama's approval ratings are at this point unscathed by the scandals swirling around him. That's because he uses the Alinskyite strategy of The Permanent Campaign. He is always campaigning. He is never seen as governing and can therefore appear to remain above the fray.

      So perhaps Obama will escape these scandals unscathed. I hope not. But no matter what happens, he won't be impeached. That's because too many Republican politicians are too scared to impeach "The First Black President".

      But liberalism will not escape unscathed. Any hopes that Congress will enact major liberal legislation during the remainder of Obama's term have been dashed. Any hopes that the Democrats will take control of the House in 2014 have been dashed. The full implementation of Obamacare in 2014 will only exacerbate the legislative impotence of the Left for the remainder of Obama's presidency.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • The same study showed that lower IQ men are also more likely to take a right-wing stance.

 
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