Thursday, April 17, 2014

Implausible Deniability

This dialogue in a nutshell:

Me: Corporate tax cuts don’t create jobs.
Him: You’re a hysterical ranting liberal.
Me: That wasn’t a rant. You just personally attacked me. And I’m not a liberal.
Him: No, I didn’t attack you. Your hysterical liberal rants cloud your abiblity to reason and you spelled ‘liberal’ wrong.
Me: That makes no sense. And I didn’t spell ‘liberal’ wrong. But you spelled ‘ability’ wrong.
Him: Your rant is just a projection of your own insecurities.

Seriously. This is that fun. Only, way more.

You will experience what it’s like to debate someone who not only denies that I said what I said, but also denies that he said what he said. And invents other things that nobody said. There seems to be a growing pattern of this occurrence as of late.

A truly drug-free hallucinogenic drug trip of a conversation.

Libertarians. Sheesh.

Also, this is the first of several where I’m called a Liberal. Right-wing people seem to think plain old facts have a liberal bias.