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Also it's hard to stay in school or college if you get suspended or expelled for not toeing the line of wokescold feminazi politics.
Colleges don't just "happen" to be in a certain state any more than any other business "happens" to be there. It's supply and demand, simple economics. The irony being that if you don't have an education or intelligence, you're not going to understand simple concepts like these, and some other explanation will come your your imagination like it's magic, or witchcraft, or just weird luck of the draw.
@zeitgeist057 Ironic statement since it doesn’t seem that you understand certain colleges are better than others.Better fundingBetter services etc
@zeitgeist057Harvard considered to be one of the “best” colleges in America, is located in a Democrap state called Massachusetts.Second of all, how do we know for sure the people conducting the study didn’t let their biases influence the way they conducted the study?
@BazookaTrouper That’s also trueSomething that @zeitgeist057 doesn’t seem to understand. Many conservative students will either get expelled for their politics or they will drop out because they do not feel welcomed in those colleges.Another thing worth mentioning is that Christians have their own colleges as well and historically Christians have contributed the most towards scientific discoveries and technological innovations. So of course those stats won’t include that factor.
Better funding? Good point. Goes hand in hand with Republican voting practices of consistently decreasing funds to education. If you decrease funds to education, how do you expect the colleges to be better funded? Whining that schools are defunded after voting for them to be defunded, that's something I don't understand. People ought to take responsibility for their stances and the effect their decisions have. There were no exclusions of degrees or education obtained at Christian colleges, it just wasn't significant. Nevertheless, great example of using imagination and creativity to pretend facts are invalid.
@zeitgeist057 Like I said, most colleges are present in democrat states. Not to mention that many conservative student tend to avoid mainstream college due to politics.“ There were no exclusions of degrees or education obtained at Christian colleges, it just wasn't significant. Nevertheless, great example of using imagination and creativity to pretend facts are invalid.”Keep deluding yourself pal. I already refuted your anti Christian mindset on a separate post where I listed all of the great Christian minds that contributed towards the advancement of science and technology.
@zeitgeist057Why Religion is Not for Intelligent, Logical, People. ↗Re-read my reply on this fallacious post of yours.
Look, a herring! I can see you're satisfied with yourself, so no need for me to sit here and watch you masturbate.
@zeitgeist057 Keep deluding yourself
1. You have no concept of how to make a valid argument. 2. Example: taking one word "christian" and pretending as though I said something anti-christian, then attacking that. It's a well known way that people who don't understand logic argue, called a "paper tiger". 3. Example: Instead of providing an answer to a simple statement, you cannot come up with anything, so you go to my profile page hunting for some way to change the subject to something irrelevant to this conversation. Red herrings and ad hominem attacks, also popular on the logical fallacies list. 4. Example: you infer that when statisticians compiled data about college degrees and education, they specifically excluded/deleted or otherwise left out any degrees or education received at religious schools, with absolutely no evidence for your claims, add this to your profile stalking session to make an ad hominem attack. You've successfully derailed the conversation, since you had nothing valid that supported your claims. So congratulations, this is why I call it masturbation. You're just pleasing yourself with a fantasy, imagining you're making any sense at all. Using the word "delusion" in various forms repeatedly while doing all this is an incredibly excellent display of irony. You either suffer from the delusion that any of your logical fallacies have some validity, or you suffer from the delusion that people aren't smart enough to see through these weak distraction techniques when you have no relevant answer. Either way, I'll leave you to it. I don't have the desire to teach you what you need to understand in order to have a productive, intelligent, conversation.
@zeitgeist057 1.) I’m not the one distorting facts.2.) Now you are lying, that whole post I link is you attacking Christianity.3.) It’s called referencing 4.) Statistics can be rigged
ah well I stand corrected.
@zeitgeist057 Furthermore there’s not just one study that looks into the comparison between liberal and conservative IQ. One study found that Strong Republicans have slightly higher IQs than strong Democrats. reason.com/.../?amp
Great article. The "Strong R. vs. Strong D." point you plucked out from it is thoroughly and satisfactorily explained: "a segment of the American population holding classical liberal beliefs tends to vote Republican... intelligence actually correlates with classically liberal beliefs... Carl reconciles his findings with the social science literature that reports that liberals are more intelligent than conservatives by proposing that Americans with classically liberal beliefs are even smarter... those who endorse both social conservatism and economic statism also have lower verbal IQ scores... 'Overall, my findings suggest that higher intelligence among classically liberal Republicans compensates for lower intelligence among socially conservative Republicans'"I find these statements completely in alignment with my perspective. It makes sense that the more liberal Republicans, with more educated, wider, open-minded, and thoughtful perspectives are going to bring up the average which is weighed down by the more socially conservative and to quote the article again, those who just don't put much effort into cognition: "political conservatism may be a process consequence of low-effort thought.'".I do see the appeal of libertarianism, and in an ideal world of responsible people, that level of freedom would be the most intelligent choice. But unfortunately, left to their own devices, humans and their incorporated entities freely "shit where they eat", poisoning water, land, and air with unregulated waste (see such examples as the poisoning of Hinkley, CA, or any of the places listed here www.loveproperty.com/.../toxic-towns-you-still-cant-live-in The thing most have in common is they were poisoned by the unregulated waste of operations that created resources to generate wealth. ). So while libertarianism is idealistic, it's not realistic. Of course, any political ideology has flaws, since humans do.
This is so perfectly said. Thank you for sharing this.
Oh my god there is so much truth to this. I could not have said it myself. What's worse, is that those extremes on both sides are the ones that each side measures each other up to. So if you are a Republican, Democratic voters automatically assume you are an insurrectionist and racist. If you are Democrat, then Republican voters automatically assume that you are a rioter and hate America. The whole thing is completely silly which is why I personally swear no allegiance to any political parties.
The difference between UK politics here and USA politics is extremists here tend to drop off the edge and vote for minority parties. Their vote is wasted and the mainstream parties don't really want to be associated with these people. America seems to have forgotten the middle ground and only wants to appease the extremists
low IQ and ignorance are two different things. As are the Qanon weirdos vs the rest of the faction.
Did his question suggest that?
It suggests the possibility of it.
Whoops, I didn't read the complete title. Sorry.The stereotype is totally uninformed, moronic, and untrue.