Until the recent mandate from HHS came down against religious liberty, I steadfastly avoided posting about politics on Facebook.
Sounds like I was wise. Andrew Malcolm at Investors Business Daily writes:
In a new study, the Pew Center for the Internet and American Life Project confirmed what most intelligent Americans had long sensed. That is, whenever they are challenged or confronted on the hollow falsity of their orthodoxy -- such as, say, uniting diverse Americans -- liberals tend to respond defensively with anger, even trying to shut off or silence critics.
The new research found that instead of engaging in civil discourse or debate, fully 16% of liberals admitted to blocking, unfriending or overtly hiding someone on a social networking site because that person expressed views they disagreed with. That's double the percentage of conservatives and more than twice the percentage of political moderates who behaved like that.
He has more data on the blocking habits of liberals before concluding his story:
Bottomline, this study is obviously racist.
God bless you, Andrew Malcolm.