9 September, 2019

On the Bogus Word “Progressive”

Posted by Socrates in 'progressive' liberals, leftism, leftists, leftists-as-liars, liberalism, liberals, liberals-as-children, Socrates at 10:25 am | Permanent Link

The other night, I heard a conservative TV news jockey call a famous liberal “a progressive.” Ha! That implies that the liberal is “developing,” “improving” or “making progress,” i.e., he is not “remaining in one place and stagnating,” he is instead moving forward and making things better than ever before.

Here’s the problem. Liberals aren’t progressing in any way. They’re regressing. They’re going backwards by embracing dysfunctional, economy-wrecking, nation-wrecking ideas (such as multiculturalism, increased Brown immigration, feminism, heavy taxation, etc.). Liberal “solutions” cause problems, they don’t fix them. Calling a leftist a “progressive” is like calling the Sahara Desert “a rain forest.”

  • 5 Responses to “On the Bogus Word “Progressive””

    1. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      As the Bible says, they are blown about like waterless clouds.

      They are described as “waterless” because water gives life, and they have none to give. As the writers of the Bible knew, humans are about 90% water, and we need it. Don’t look for any kind of spiritual water from progressives.

    2. Antagonistes Says:

      Jill, I think women have more water than men, the way they jiggle about.

      I have seen this when I airbrush nude women, and you have probably seen it in your nude Christian assemblies.

    3. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Mr. Antagonistes, it is the suggestive clothing that is pornographic. When a person is nude, she is seen as she is, and there is no unclean desire. The body was designed by God as a fleshly machine, and seen as it is it is actually rather weak and sad. God uses things that are weak, to His glory. We are all broken reeds.

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      I make these broken reeds beautiful with my airbrush!

    5. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Mr. Antagonistes, I will have to really pray about this. It is my understanding that God wants us to be pure and unadorned before Him. I would think that body paint would be excluded. it seems to me to be vanity.