posted on Oct, 25 2003 @ 01:33 AM
Originally posted by Killuminati
Is there a psychological term for this? And does anybody else notice this?
It could be termed, "Denial syndrome". It's the trait of denying any evidence, no matter how compelling, that would lend falsity to one's
...A lot of religious fanatics get this too...
I'm glad we don't see a whole lot of that here...We're suppossed to *deny* ignorance, not deny truth.
Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
He is my leader, my ELECTED leader.
Originally posted by Gazrok
He may be our leader, but he wasn't "elected"...
Got that right...He was *appointed*.
Originally posted by BeingWatchedByThem
please dont day you voted for gore, oh please..
I voted "No Confidence"...This basically means that there was no candidate worthy of my vote. With politics being the way it is, I haven't voted
any different since I *started* voting, over 20 years ago.
Originally posted by Ocelot
I cant wait for colonel to get in on this thread.
It didn't take a Kryptonian intellect to realize that he'd just go on with "repugnant this", "repugnant that" & "repugnant the other
Originally posted by Attero Auctorita
God knows about 3 months ago, the ratio of anti-bush and pro-bush postings in a topic like this would have been reversed...
Even though some Bush supporters came in here to "discuss" (more like "disgust") us with their political views, there actually were *some* of them
that decided to look & contemplate the evidence that we'd link 'em to...Then most of those who weren't already hopelessly brainwashed changed their
minds about him.
Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
I learn how to irritate, cajole, and test the boundaries on ignorance and stupidity issues that are so vital to us at ATS.
This sort of comes with the territory when you can learn how to question yourself & your own beliefs...After all, how can we learn anything new if
we're not willing to adapt the old knowledge? The trick is for *you* to adapt the old knowledge without mistakenly adapting yourself to it.