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I go with reasoned but civil is always optional

Don Surber:

I do not want civil discourse

He recalls all that civility from the left.

I’m usually civil. But there are ideas and ideals that are abhorrent in every way to me. They run counter to principles. You don’t get a say sometimes. And when someone is using one of these ideals in a argument, I often find it best to tell them to fuck right off. Same when someone is redefining the argument.

Billy: You step in it: you bloody walk through it like a grown-up.

7 Responses to “I go with reasoned but civil is always optional”

  1. Ron W Says:

    While the man’s name is celebrated today, rehearse his words to the left:

    “Our lives begin to end, the day we become silent about things that matter.” –- Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr.

  2. John Smith. Says:

    This even sounds less sound than barbaric discourse. At least with barbaric discourse their is an alternative. When you advocate no solution but hate something you reach the point of anarchy…
    There is always negotiation by other means…

  3. Chas Says:

    When the schoolyard bully, like Paul Helmke, offers you the choice between handing over your lunch money or a punch in the face, the appropriate response is not “civil discourse”.

  4. John Smith. Says:

    Exactly Chas. There is something to be said for being a barbarian…

  5. Ron W Says:

    Chas,

    Right! Because only your enemy wants you disarmed.

    People like Helmke want to stand back and have the hired guns do his disarming for him. But those who come to disarm us should be treated like the criminals they are. Violence is good when it is used to dissuade or stop those who come to steal or kill if you don’t surrender to them

  6. StanInTexas Says:

    Those that demand civility the most (and usually the loudest), practice it the least!

  7. Huck Says:

    Civility is wasted on liberals.