Now, I know to somebody as stupid as you the proposal of a conspiracy theory as a legitimate opinion would be nothing more than a 'different view'. But the reality is that in the real world, saying such things is seen as a sign of stupidity, ignorance and all other knowledge related illnesses which plague the Conservative base of the American right. So what did I do? I commented to Coronado that such opinions should not be taken seriously as they are nothing more than an effort by insignificant people to be seen as relevant. This theory regarding human nature was put forth in a book I read by Matt Taibi, who by the way is a great satirist of American life.
Now personally? I hold no grudges against you. I just find you to be stupid because stupid people as I have witnessed them on this forum hold firm in the belief that red herrings are to be taken seriously. Regardless of the fact that they bear zero relevance to what is being discussed in the thread. Now, I know that the concept of context may seem to be alien and far too complex for you as you have just displayed a complete inability to see a difference in satire and political theory but please try to keep up? I did not for one second state that Matt Taibi was right in his beliefs all the time. I simply stated that in my opinion he was correct in his diagnosis of the kind of stupidity that plagues people like you and ric27.