Intellectual Poverty on the Left | The American Spectator | Politics is too important to be taken seriously.

Liberalism is fundamentally about feelings rather than thoughts. Also the left focuses on intentions, the right focuses on results and the ways by which results are achieved.

An advantage of making intentions your goal is that once you choose and announce them, you’re done. No need to follow up to see if your intentions were realized. No need to consider second or third order effects.

Leftism is about force, conservatism is about freedom and voluntary exchange. The use of force needs no theory or ideology. Anyone willing to rely on force to accomplish his or her objectives doesn’t really need to understand how the world works.

“The road to Hell is paved with good intentions…”

Source: Intellectual Poverty on the Left | The American Spectator | Politics is too important to be taken seriously.

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