The way you beat leftists

J.J. Jackson | July 20, 2012 

There is a simple way to beat leftists at their own game.  That way is to make them play their own game.

For example, when liberals like Nancy Pelosi are running around making demands of other people, like demanding that Mitt Romney must release his tax returns for example, you make the same demand of them.  Because you know, being the liberals that they are, that they have not done what they are demanding.

And, as it turns out, this ploy works.  Facing increased questioning about why she and other prominent liberal Congressmen have not released their own tax returns, Ms. Pelosi now calls the issue a minor distraction and is trying to back away from it.

Ah, it is so fun to watch the donna’s I say, not as I do left squirm.


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J.J. Jackson is a libertarian conservative author from Pittsburgh, PA who has been writing and promoting individual liberty since 1993 and is President of Land of the Free Studios, Inc. He is the Pittsburgh Conservative Examiner for Examiner.com. He is also the owner of The Right Things - Conservative T-shirts & Gifts. His weekly commentary along with exclusives not available anywhere else can be found at LibertyReborn.com (Digital Fingerprint: libertyreborn123456789)


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