Liberals’ Superiority Complex (Beyond the Big Mac)

So I’ve long claimed that part of the reason Democrats take many of the policy positions they do is due to an underlying superiority complex, a belief that they know better than most of the “useful idiots” out there that comprise much of the American population. anyone who has seen the ridiculous attempts to spin unpopular policy agendas got a whiff of this, but Caroline Heldman of Occidental College in whacked-out California says it the best when she was discussing people’s right to eat whatever they want (by the way, to those who are well acquainted with her, don’t tear your eyes out just yet):

I don’t even know what to say to her absurd comments.  As in, she is educated and therefore knows better than to eat at McDonald’s.  But all those dumb, uneducated slobs out there addicted to salty french fries and slaves to McDonald’s evil advertising schemes don’t know any better than to stuff their faces with Big Macs and milkshakes.  Walter Williams refutes her liberal, elitist comments amazingly, but in the end I think they reveal a lot about the mindset of Democrats like her.  They truly believe that they know better and therefore should have the right, ability and power to regulate the actions of the proletariat.  I say, let them eat fries.

At the end of the day, many Democrats would take this issue because McDonald’s causes health issues that the taxpayers end up paying for in hospital bills.  But then again, they’re pushing for government-funded healthcare and conservatives want privately funded and distributed healthcare.  And this is one of the reasons why.  When government pays for your doctor’s visits, taxpayers suddenly think they have a say in your taking part in actions that may be detrimental to your health.  Loss of freedom is a slippery slope, my friend.

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4 Responses to Liberals’ Superiority Complex (Beyond the Big Mac)

  1. theweeklyargus says:

    Democrats want to blame guns for people dying and forks for making Rosie O’Donnell fat. The truth is, it all comes down to the people operating the guns and forks.

    In truth though, I actually feel bad for liberals. Do you know how hard it is to adopt an ideology that is constantly proven wrong by popular evidence and common knowledge? The fear of waking up every morning and having your beliefs unveiled as the fraudulent ideas they are is enough to drive even the sanest man to the brink of insanity.

    • Meghan Brett says:

      Too true. I guess that explains their trickle-around fiscal policy. You know, the definition of “insanity” is to do the same action repeatedly and expect different results. Well, someone has been out there every day for 19 months “selling” the stimulus or the healthcare bill, and every day, they expect their poll numbers to go up because of it! When will they crawl down from their glass thrones and get the point that we’re not as stupid as they think we are?

      • theweeklyargus says:

        I just don’t understand how democrats think spending more will decrease a debt. I know a lot of families who would love to implement this philosophy in their own lives. Why won’t democrats tell them how to do it? Is the secret to this strategy tucked away somewhere along with Al Gore’s blueprint to the internet?

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