This Is the Invisible Tagline on Every Democrat Speech

A professor at Brooklyn College compared global warming deniers to Holocaust deniers, and in one of his articles, said that if we don’t fight greenhouse gasses, “billions of people” will die.

Isn’t this pretty much the Liberal argument for every single government program?

“Drive an electric car, or billions of people will die.”

“We must have universal government health care, or billions of people will die.”

“Support gay marriage, or billions of people will… be moderately inconvenienced.”

Ok, maybe not that last one.

But still, let’s be honest. Although liberals think this sounds like a rational argument, it really sounds more like something a James Bond villain would threaten if he wasn’t given $100,000,000 in cash.

And if it sounds like Ernst Blofeld is writing your party platform, maybe it’s time for some soul-searching.

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13 Comments

  1. As much as we conservatives are the “hateful” ones, a lot of liberal rhetoric seems to consist of insults rather than arguments. You disagree with us? You’re holocaust deniers, and homophobes, and racists, and you probably smell funny too!

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  2. Don’t liberals believe humans have overpopulated the Earth? So really, conservatives are solving that problem and liberals are making it worse by trying to save everyone (the unborn excepted).

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  3. …moderately inconvenienced.
    Once you get used to hearing the implied ‘or people will die’ at the end of their wish list, you instinctively add it to everything they ask for.

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  4. “Support gay marriage, or billions of people will… be moderately inconvenienced.”

    There are 6 billion people but only 2% are gay so that’s 120 million, not billions and OK I’ll stop bursting your comedy bubble with mathematics.

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  5. Scott, weren’t there millions and millions of homeless people inhabiting America’s cities during the Reagan administration? Until, that is, the census actually counted them and there were only just over 100,000?

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