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Progressive Deception

Not necessarily a new development, but it's interesting how progressives love to use deception to advance their agenda. 

First example is on the CRU data hack . This has proven to be a treasure trove of information about how progressives manipulate facts to advance their political agenda.

a) Programmers left notes on Mann program code making it clear that data had been, 

artificially adjusted to look closer to the real temperatures

b)  Bishop Hill outlines a whole slew of attempts to massage, manipulate and hide data contrary to global warming. Of course the warmers – you know, the ones who call climate skeptics deniers – now deny anything is wrong.

Second example is from Twitter where some progressives got together and decided to become main influencers on Klout.

Won't bore you with all the sordid details, but despite the denials that they sought to push actual conservatives off TCOT (Top Conservatives on Twitter) list, they gave themselves away.

Progressives used lots of the usual tactics – sarcasm, mocking, belittling intelligence, etc., but their efforts to substitute tactics for actual facts, and their preference for deception over debate once again failed.
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  1. John Bumler
    November 25, 2009 at 1:51 am

    I believe they practice deception “mostly” out of necessity (facts/truth not on their side and/or poor rhetorical skills) as opposed to desire. Of course, other reasons may include being lazy and personality disorder.

  2. Terry Kinder
    November 29, 2009 at 7:12 am

    I definitely think progressives, or as I prefer to call them – Socialist Dems – have poor tactics. Many of the ones I encounter online are rude and insulting. Of course, they are not as smart as they think they are, so I usually have the last laugh. It is also funny how many of them mock us for not having brains and simply following others, but they cannot make an argument without resorting to name calling and repeating the party line.

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