Plenty of people can demonize a mother who steals to feed her children. They call her a stupid whore who never should have had kids if she couldn’t care for them.
Like those stupid Mexicans who chose to be born in a shithole like Mexico.
Those people are great. They firmly establish which side gets the title of “hateful jerks”.
There are some legitimate times to do that though when the other side of argument is ignoring a reality other people do face. For example I like to ask people who think undocumented workers are horrible people what they’d do in the immigrant’s place if they had to choose between illegal immigration or not being able to feed their families, a choice many immigrants had to make.
It’s a great question because it greatly damages other people’s ability to demonize undocumented immigrants. They can’t hide behind “they’re evil law breaking scum!” anymore then they could demonize the mother who stole bread to feed her kid.
But there’s a difference between “you wouldn’t say that if you were born in Mexico. Lol ur a hypocrite” and “Hey, here’s a thought experiment… imagine for a second that you’d been born in Mexico…”. One is an attack, one is an exploration.
Those are near rule 27, I think that means you’re gay,
Yeah, that’s what I was gonna say, too.
If my aunt had balls, she’d be my uncle.