Re: A New Theory Of Quantum Entangled Morality-Or-Why Are Republicans More Immoral than Democrats?

Posted: Mon Apr 01, 2019 7:35 pm, #16
by MaureenCarter
So here we go again. Republicans want to shut down Obamacare without having a viable substitute plan. Not only will this injure a huge amount of people, which is an immoral act as explained by Doctor A's theory of immorality, but the serial lying in and of itself is immoral. Lies are immoral because they eventually disassociate individuals from their conscious contact with an entangled consciousness known to many as God.

The New York Times
Republican Health Care Lying Syndrome
Even Trump supporters don't believe the party's promises.
By Paul Krugman, April 1, 2019 ... -care.html

As the Nobel Laureate says,
There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and Republican claims about health care.

But G.O.P. health care claims are special, in several ways. First, they're outright, clearly intentional lies, not dubious assertions or misstatements that could be attributed to ignorance or misunderstanding. Second, they're repetitive: Rather than making a wide variety of false claims, Republicans keep telling the same few lies, over and over. Third, they keep doing this even though the public long ago stopped believing anything they say on the subject.
when Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, went on TV Sunday to declare that every single plan Trump has put forward covered pre-existing conditions, that was just a lie.

Here'ss what the Congressional Budget Office said in its assessment of the Republican's American Health Care Act, which would have caused 23 million to lose coverage, and would have passed if John McCain hadn't voted No. People who are less healthy (including those with pre-existing or newly acquired medical conditions) would ultimately be unable to purchase comprehensive nongroup health insurance at premiums comparable to those under current law, if they could purchase it at all.
But Mulvaney's pre-existing conditions lie, along with his lie about nobody losing coverage if the lawsuit against Obamacare succeeds, was normal by G.O.P. standards. Which brings me to the second reason this particular form of lying is exceptional: Republicans just keep telling the same lies, over and over. Again and again they have promised to maintain coverage and protect pre-existing conditions then offered plans that would cause tens of millions to lose health insurance, with the worst impact on those already suffering from health problems.
Anyway you cut it, lies, repetitive lies, and serial lies, all contribute to conservative's immorality because they ultimately harm people by disconnecting them from a higher form of consciousness. Furthermore, I think anyone who propagates these lies, such as Trump's base, are equally just as immoral as the one telling the original lie; both groups are morally repugnant. Based upon conservative's proclivity for lying, we can assume they have a pre-existing condition for telling lies and should not be trusted as a default position.

"Basket of deplorables" is a phrase from a 2016 presidential election campaign speech delivered by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on September 9, 2016, at a campaign fundraising event, which Clinton used to describe half of the supporters of her general election opponent, Republican nominee Donald Trump. Clinton later said that she "regrets saying half [of Trump's supporters]", and the Trump campaign repeatedly used the phrase against her during and after the 2016 presidential election.
I personally believe any of Trump's supporters who knowingly or unknowingly pass along lies are in this basket of deplorables.

From: From the sister thread on this website under the same category, Brain Structure Drives The Consequent Effects Of Economic Inequality, post #14,
From Newsweek
Liberals Don't Share or Believe Fake News As Much As Right-Wingers, Study Finds
By Chantal Da Silva On 2/6/18 ... nds-800219

Fake news published in the U.S. was overwhelmingly consumed and shared by right-wing social media users, a new study from the University of Oxford has revealed.

Research from Oxford's "computational propaganda project" investigated into the sources of "junk news" shared in the three months leading up to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union address last month.

On Facebook, they found that "extreme hard-right" conservatives shared more fake news stories than all other political groups combined, while on Twitter, Trump supporters consumed the most fake news.
Like a schizophrenic not understanding why their killing of an innocent is wrong, their ignorance does not absolve them of the crime. Correspondingly, conservatives not understand their own brain structure and their conscious or unconscious inability to know the truth does not exonerate them of being immoral.