May 21, 2016 Tavares, FL Updated June 1, 2016
I periodically encounter, read or see liberals vent and attack conservative viewpoints.
So I decided to build a factsheet on techniques for conservatives to deal with and debate them.
This is kinda hard because once you cite a FACT, they explode in emotions, name calling, invectives, etc and no facts. I went through this recently with a millenial relative on Facebook who rarely cited facts but used many cusswords when reading my post about why liberals are pushing to de-gender bathrooms. She graduated from the liberal college, Vassar.
So here are some sources and techniques. I will add them as I find them.
- Collect & learn some facts about an issue and why you take a position. My blog, and the factsheets in the right column may help on many issues. I use Evernote to collect facts about issues and can search and call them up quickly. Create a place to find links to those facts quickly, such as in a Word document shortcut linked on your computer Desktop or in Evernote.
- Collect memes on a topic, like liberal or conservative candidates and issues and then post them in answer to a liberal attack on social media like Facebook or Twitter. I have a huge collection, and may post them in albums on my FiscalRangers Facebook page. (none yet) Or, I might assemble them into slideshows and upload them to my YouTube Channel "FiscalRangersFlorida". Save them into an easily accessible folder on your computer to upload quickly when justified. I get more likes on Memes than text posts. Go figure.
- Make your own memes to post when justified. Search on "make a meme" to find sources.
- Review the techniques described below.
Apr. 22, 2016 - Conservative online radio show host Tom Woods posted a show on "Ep. 646 How to Debate a Socialist" so watch this, AND read the comments with more techniques. Woods has a daily show on many conservative topics at www.TomWoods.com . This show rmotivated me to create this page.
The Collective: Socialists always talk about the importance of the collective over the individual. That idea goes back to the days of Cicero, but was one of the 25 Points of Hitler's Nazi Party HERE.
"The (Nazi) Party ... is convinced that a lasting recovery of our folk can only come about from within on the pinciple: COMMON GOOD BEFORE INDIVIDUAL GOOD
More will be added