From now on, I am going to employ one of two answers to every Libshit attack: "Duh." or "So?"
"Bush lied to get us into the Iraq war!" Me: "So?"
"We're killing thousands of innocent Iraqis!" Me: "So?"
"So it's OK with you that our military is killing and torturing people in our name??" Me: "Duh."
Really. So easy. I think it's a rhetorical winner. It'll drive them crazy.
"You're a racist-bigot-hater!" Me: "So?"
"So you ADMIT you're a racist-bigot-hater????" Me: "So?"
What are they gonna do next?
I figure they'll give up in disgust or faint. It's the defense against such charges that allows the idiotic debate to continue. It's the desperation to disassociate ourselves from such charges that give the Libshits power. Racist-Bigot-Hater is one of their MAGIC WORDS; it reliably reduces their opponents to quivering jelly.
We've got to stop allowing them this power. And the only way to do it is to de-magic their MAGIC WORDS. It isn't about stopping them from using them—which is our typical strategy, and always and everywhere a failure. When you respond out of fear, you give away your power. When we respond without fear, we deny them power; the MAGIC WORDS deflate like Ted Kennedy without Viagra.
Generally you're pretty well armed with just these two responses. It's not like they ever ask us what we think. But in the event one should forget the talking points and do so, merely say, "What I think is way over your head," or "Since it's clear you're congenitally stupid, and cannot be taught, there's really no point in telling you."
When they get over their apoplexy and shift back into attack mode, default to "So?" and "Duh."
They won't last long.
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