Talk:Essay:Liberal Falsehoods

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So, Hitler's a Liberal, now? You can add Ronald Reagan [1] and Newt Gingrich [2] to the list of wacky Liberals who believe(d) in aliens. --BobD 04:44, 14 April 2007 (EDT)

I don't really understand why you think the search for intelligent life outside of Homo sapiens means globalism, environmentalism, and atheism. You do have a point on government spending though. Sulgran 04:53, 14 April 2007 (EDT)

Because aliens aren't mentioned in the Bible, so they don't exist. I mean, DUH. (Ignore the fact that germs, subatomic particles, and any planets further out than Saturn aren't mentioned in the Bible, either.)
And what's so evil about wanting NOT to trash the planet? It isn't like we've got a spare in the trunk. --BobD 04:58, 14 April 2007 (EDT)

And by the way, the SETI program, over 14 years of government funding, only got about 600 million dollars, total. [3] I suspect the FBI spends more than that on paperclips every year. --BobD 05:32, 14 April 2007 (EDT)

The first people that Hitler put in concentration camps were liberals and communists. This is a true fact - neither conservative nor liberal.

Extraterrestrial life must exist?

First of all, since when are extraterrestrials a "liberal falsehood"? I can understand claiming that they don't exist (although no conclusive evidence in support of any camp on the issue has been proffered), and that they are thus a "falsehood", but liberal? In addition, who has made the claim that such life must exist? --Hacker(Write some code) 08:40, 14 April 2007 (EDT)