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Wednesday, March 22, 2006 - How to spot a baby conservative: "Remember the whiny, insecure kid in nursery school, the one who always thought everyone was out to get him, and was always running to the teacher with complaints? Chances are he grew up to be a conservative.
At least, he did if he was one of 95 kids from the Berkeley area that social scientists have been tracking for the last 20 years. The confident, resilient, self-reliant kids mostly grew up to be liberals."
Yes, probably true. The insecure kid was being pushed around by the self-confident bullies in the class, and developed a distrust for government because the liberal, self-satisfied teacher had been taught by the NEA that rendering justice was evil, so the kid gave up on government and grew up to be a conservative, proud, confident and self-reliant.

On the other hand, the bully became even more bullyish when he found that government would do nothing about his bad behavior and continued to try to push his self-confident, selfish, know-it-all agenda on people, but the conservative kids had grown up and began to push back. The bully then began to whine about conspiracies and right-wing lies and deceit--all behavior that he had learned back in nursery school under the benevolent eye of his liberal, know-it-all teacher who had no standards at all and later seduced a kid in the 7th grade. His/Her [Gender uncertain] confidence was always shattered when she/he was around people who thought that abortion, murder, atheism, sodomy, and confiscatory taxes are evil. That why he/she lives in Berkeley.

He/she also became a whiner about those who believe that it is a waste of tax-payer money to fund such self-serving politically driven studies conducted by pinheads, still trying to justify beating up on the little kid in nursery school.

What else would you expect from Berkeley?

"Block admits in his paper that liberal Berkeley is not representative of the whole country..." Boy, that's an understatement.
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