john9blue wrote: Woodruff wrote:
john9blue wrote:you just said that you were unable to tolerate indiscriminate intolerance, making you intolerant. that's the irony of your post.
Actually, I said I could tolerate it...but only for so long before I had to remove myself from the situation, which I would suggest is absolutely a form of tolerance. Nice try, but you've failed spectacularly.
It's good to know you're still an idiot.
so removing yourself puts you in a quantum state between tolerance and intolerance... wat?
you either tolerate something or you don't. there's no third option lol
You used to have a better grasp of logic. What has happened to you? Perhaps your desire to argue with me has tainted your ability to think clearly?
If I do nothing to try to stop something from happening, I am tolerating its existence. It is simply easier for me to tolerate if I am no longer being subjected to that situation, so I remove myself from that situation. Intolerance is actively trying to get that situation to stop by some action.
You're trying too hard, John.
...I prefer a man who will burn the flag and then wrap himself in the Constitution to a man who will burn the Constitution and then wrap himself in the flag.