The “Comprehensive Argument” Against Barack Obama

As the election comes to a close, I find myself more easily able to investigate right-wing arguments. Most of the time, when I try to entertain opposing points of view, my guard goes up and the less sense an argument makes (they rarely make much sense) the bigger a headache I get from trying to take it seriously. But with the election looking a lot like it’s over, I don’t have to feel threatened by broken logic, and I’m able to let ignorance wash over me — rather than constantly try to come up with the counter-point to every point.

I’m optimistic that this will continue after the election. Hopefully, I’ll be able to bask in the post-partisan glow and stomach enough of the crazy BS to find some of conservatism’s considered principles. Broaden my horizons a bit.

In the meantime, enjoy the schadenfreude of Michael Medved’s “For Conservatives, Obama’s Changes Would Be Permanent and Devastating” and “The comprehensive argument against Barack Obama”, which contains this line in the second paragraph:

What follows is by no means comprehensive

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