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sam sarrha Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jun-12-09 04:07 PM
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11. Conservatives" are unfortunately Born that way.. it isn't a Choice, they lack 'Fluidity in their
Edited on Fri Jun-12-09 04:10 PM by sam sarrha
Conservatives" are unfortunately Born that way.. it isn't a Choice, they lack 'Fluidity in their

thinking, QUITE POSSIBLY because of Organic physical deficiencies in essential cognitive structures of the brain.

the problem you are experiencing is due to them not being Cognitively prepared.. or better put, they simply are so psychologically deficient they they cant understand one fuck'n thing you are saying.. you are talking to an Ideological brick wall. they cant get it.. you are talking about color to someone who is totally color blind


my personal view of this subject..if we cant legislate out the Phenomenological IRON LAW OF OLIGARCHY http://bitbucket.icaap.org/dict.pl?alpha=1
"snip...ON LAW OF OLIGARCHY First defined by German sociologist Robert Michels (1876-1936), this refers to the inherent tendency of all complex organizations, including radical or socialist political parties and labour unions, to develop a ruling clique of leaders with interests in the organization itself rather than in its official aims. These leaders, Michels argued, came to desire leadership and its status and rewards more than any commitment to goals. Inevitably, their influence was conservative, seeking to preserve and enhance the organization and not to endanger it by any radical action. Michels based his argument on the simple observation that day-to-day running of a complex organization by its mass membership was impossible. Therefore, professional full-time leadership and direction was required. In theory the leaders of the organization were subject to control by the mass membership, through delegate conferences and membership voting, but, in reality, the leaders were in the dominant position. They possessed the experience and expertise in running the organization, they came to control the means of communication within the organization and they monopolized the public status of representing the organization. It became difficult for the mass membership to provide any effective counterweight to this professional, entrenched, leadership. Michels also argued that these inherent organizational tendencies were strengthened by a mass psychology of leadership dependency, he felt that people had a basic psychological need to be led. ...snip"

then we must consider that.. they need to be put in walled Reservations and prevented from breeding, its the only way to humanely deal with them. we are all Doomed if they are left to continue to FUCK everything up to profit from it,they are obsessive compulsive sociopaths and some psychopathic and all out of control." :shrug:
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search info.. brain differences

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/376166/brain_d ...
"snip....Data analysis shows that liberals are about 5 times as likely as conservatives to show brain activity in the areas of the brain related to detecting conflicts between habitual tendency and a more appropriate response. Liberals are also more than twice as likely to score in the top half of the distribution for accuracy.Simply put, liberals tend to think much more than conservatives before acting, whereas conservatives tend to be much more habitual and conforming to established traditions...snip"

search info. Democrat brain differences
http://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-a&rls=org.m ...

http://www.latimes.com/news/science/la-sci-politics10se ...
"Frank J. Sulloway, a researcher at UC Berkeley's Institute of Personality and Social Research who was not connected to the study, said the results "provided an elegant demonstration that individual differences on a conservative-liberal dimension are strongly related to brain activity."

Analyzing the data, Sulloway said liberals were 4.9 times as likely as conservatives to show activity in the brain circuits that deal with conflicts, and 2.2 times as likely to score in the top half of the distribution for accuracy.

notice the difference in substance of the articles

search info for liberal brain differences
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=+cognitive+brain+d...

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=liberal+brain+diff...


search info for conservative brain differences
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=conservative+brain...
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