Rules When Debating a Liberal

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The rules when debating a liberal are not complex. To be perfectly honest the words “debate” and “liberal” labor the syntax when trying to fit them into the same sentence. To debate implies discussing two opposing views, each with some merit in order to arrive at some conclusion. Debates, such as the one between Christopher Hitchens and Al Sharpton have no clear winner, the audience having decided what they believe beforehand, and are simply there to cheer their champion on. There are no dramatic “knockouts,” with one man trying to prove the existence of God, and the other trying to prove a negative. The best you could hope for is the rapier wit of Hitch embarrassing Sharpton, or for the faithful, vainly hoping the reverend would walk across a swimming pool, but the evening was far more entertaining than listening to some guy expound the flat earth



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