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Wednesday, March 22, 2006
When you hear wimpy and politics, which political party do you think of first?
Disclaimer: I am a social libertarian and fiscal conservative type who prefers to think of himself as an overall independent guy.
The story out of Berkeley was just too good to pass up comment on. Here is best part of it,
“ The whiny kids tended to grow up conservative, and turned into rigid young adults who hewed closely to traditional gender roles and were uncomfortable with ambiguity.
Easy things to toss aside, Berkeley kids might have some level of influence by their parents (indoctrination comes to mind), this type of “study” comes up every now and then when the liberals are under fire, cry baby whimps clearly end up on all sides of the political spectrum, ALL SIDES, etc…
But, let’s look at some macro generalities about libz and conservz and see where that takes us, OK?
Libz make up 85-90% of the Old Noise Machine which clearly says, follow our mindset or you can’t “belong”, sounds like non-conforming to me. This is well documented so no need to expound on it.
Libz prefer talk over action, bureaucracy over leadership, and most importantly, status quo instead of change, sounds like non-conforming to me. Think not eh? The key to understanding this is the central point of Management, if you can’t measure it you can’t manage it. Central theme to that is “ACCURATE” measurement, unbiased, quantifiable, verifiable, tracked over time, and hold on to your hats, MODIFIED AS NEEDED to make the program “continue” to work in ever “changing” times. Libz hate modifying things that clearly don’t work anymore since they believe in the original essence, not the actual of today. Think public schools, public health plans, public programs, public blah blah blah and you get the idea. You guessed it more proof of non-conforming types in action oh yea!
Whiny types turn into rigid young adults whom conform to those nasty old
And of course the closer that gives the whole thing away, “uncomfortable with ambiguity”. And there we have it folks, the whole study is about the same old tired “feelings game” psycho drama played out by the Libz day in and day out.
Posted by Marc at 09:38 AM · Marc