|FROM ||Rick Moen
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] One step forward,
|Quoting Ruben Safir (mrbrklyn-at-panix.com):
> On 03/14/2017 04:20 PM, Rick Moen wrote:
> > The main backers of the Americans with Disabilities Act were Senator Tom
> > Harkin (D-IA) and President George H.W. Bush, neither of them
> > particularly a 'liberal'. However, my actual point, which you're
> > carefully ignoring, is that any identifiable liberal you call up and say
> > 'Do you think UC Berkeley should need to remove 20,000 educational
> > videos from public access?', he or she is going to say 'No, are you
> > crazy?' For that matter, so would Tom Harkin or George H.W. Bush.
> > So, tell us, Ruben, which liberals say they want this. Just a few
> > names, please.
> The ones that knocked on my pharmacy do beggining for me to sign a
> peition to pass this crap... THOSE LIBERALS.
Are you aware that you are still carefully ignoring my point, or is this
just severe cognitive loss at work?
If this is what 'liberals' want, you should have no problem finding a
bunch of prominent liberal politicians and heads of noted liberal
institutions who are glad to say 'Why yes, of course I think it's a
great idea for UC Berkeley to need to remove 20,000 educational videos
from public access.'
But instead you can find exactly none, because they do not exist. This
does not articulate the view of liberals in the least; you are just
playing crappy little polemical games, possibly reflecting the loss of
an ability to think.
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