Why do most right-wing political arguments tend to have a "lie" built into their foundation?

Why aren't they ever able to argue in reality?

Asked By: - 6/4/2012
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Because religious absolutism heavily directs their political views to operate in an absolute fantasy vacuum where all notions of reality, facts or cogent evidence are verboten to maintaining a conservatively-correct mindset necessary for maintaining their loyalty and obedience not just to party extremism, but by... More
Answered By: Plausible deniability - 6/5/2012
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Since when? Liberals think a few dollars more in taxation will solve all our problems. Where is the reality in that?
Answered By: smsmith500 - 6/4/2012
Pardon me, which lie are you referring to. My personal idea of republican foundation has to do with more fiscal, foreign and social policy. But right now fiscal policy is our biggest crisis and problem. Do you have a specific question? Thank you.
Answered By: odin_soulsword - 6/4/2012
Right wingers commence by lying to themselves about their own perceptions and interpretations, history and the lessons it teaches. They don't know how to process anything without distorting it to conform to predisposed expectations formed on beliefs contrary to self-evident reality, so how else would you expect them to... More
Answered By: nokilleye version 2.0 - 6/5/2012
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