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==Examples of Liberal Gossip==
 
==Examples of Liberal Gossip==
*Wikipedia, which obsesses with guilt by association, to the point of being called the "National Enquirer of the internet".
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*[[Wikipedia]], which obsesses with guilt by association, to the point of being called the "National Enquirer of the internet".<ref>http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1924058/posts</ref>
 
*Liberals reaction to Alaskan governor [[Sarah Palin]]'s selection as [[John McCain]]'s running mate, obsessing over trivial details of her family rather than her strong conservative policy message.
 
*Liberals reaction to Alaskan governor [[Sarah Palin]]'s selection as [[John McCain]]'s running mate, obsessing over trivial details of her family rather than her strong conservative policy message.
 
*Spreading false and destructive rumours about prominent [[conservative]] figures, such as [[Rush Limbaugh]], [[John Schlafly]] and [[Sean Hannity]].
 
*Spreading false and destructive rumours about prominent [[conservative]] figures, such as [[Rush Limbaugh]], [[John Schlafly]] and [[Sean Hannity]].
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Liberal gossip is the trait whereby liberals care more about gossipy facts than about genuine issues.

Examples of Liberal Gossip

  • Wikipedia, which obsesses with guilt by association, to the point of being called the "National Enquirer of the internet".[1]
  • Liberals reaction to Alaskan governor Sarah Palin's selection as John McCain's running mate, obsessing over trivial details of her family rather than her strong conservative policy message.
  • Spreading false and destructive rumours about prominent conservative figures, such as Rush Limbaugh, John Schlafly and Sean Hannity.

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