Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Random Thoughts for Wednesday 8/25/10

I saw this video on Randy Alcorn's site,  It was produced by Chik-Fil-A, and I thought afterwards, when my eyes were leaking, what an incredible video to show employees who have to deal with the public everyday.  Actually, I probably need to see it everyday.  It really makes you think about what others are going through when you interact with them during the day.  Like you, they're just trying to make through the day, except unlike them, I don't have anything to complain about, and I've been very fortunate.  I have to remember that I need to re-present Christ, instead of just dissing him.

Also heard this yesterday while listening to Salem Network's afternoon talk show by Dennis Prager.  Dennis is probably one of the best talk show hosts on the radio.  You can go to his website, to see what he's about.  I like to listen to him because he's probably right 99% of the time.  I'll also admit that we're on the same page politically.  He will talk to differing views on his radio show, but it never fails when you try to talk to liberals, they usually resort to emotional vitriol, and try to dismiss you as one of the below categories without debating the issue.  To paraphrase what he was discussing when he engages liberals in debate, he has an acrostic, SIXHRB to describe their style of debate, which is to label, and then dismiss their opponent instead of debating by telling you that you're just a Fill-in-the-Blank:

S – Sexist
I – Islamophobic
X – Xenophobic
H – Homophobic
R – Racist
B – Bigot

Liberals are like children in their argument style.  They are extremely emotional.  They don’t deal with the issues, because most of them always use these tactics to deflect the argument to label their opponent and then categorically dismiss you.  Usually that's called a temper tantrum, and with kids they get their rear smacked, and sent to their room.  However, when these kids were young, they were probably patted on the head, while their parents said, "Oh, Jimmy's very high strung.", and then they just let him continue.

To quote Ben Grimm, 'Nuff said!'

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