Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Thomas Jefferson, When Saying "All Men Are Created Equal" REALLY Meant All Men Are NOT Equal

Do you think that Thomas Jefferson meant (when he said) "All Men Are Created Equal" that we're all clones with identical abilities, aptitudes, etc., and that an equality of outcome between various groups could ever be secured? Of course not. He realized that some of us (Willis Hart, for example) are far smarter and thus far more likely to achieve great things than the dummies.

The dummies mostly being black (think Mookie and Ray-Ray). Thomas Sowell, one of the RARE intelligent blacks, has pointed out on numerous occasions that there has NEVER been a society in which the composite ethnic groups have achieved at the same rate. So, yes, an affirmative action program whose goal it is to raise up the dummy blacks (the vast majority of them) is doomed to fail.

Which isn't to say there are not a lot of White dummies, btw. A prime example being wd. He is White and also a HUGE dummy. But he is also a far left Progressive, so that explains that. Progressives being some of the dumbest people on the plant.

Byline: This highly intelligent commentary was authored by Willis "I Love Strawmen" Hart. Purveyor of smartness. LLIN-194.


  1. Reading some of Will's posts recently, I can only come to the conclusion that he fancies himself to be extremely aware of cognitive and social differences associated with race and culture. I can't help but think of the greatest American proponent of voluntary sterilization and eugenics in the latter twentieth century, Dr. William Shockley. The wikipedia entry on Shockley is quite mild when compared to the controversy that he generated in his last days at Stanford. I wonder what Will would think of Dr. Shockley today?

  2. Everything that is bad (or ever has been bad) in the world ever - Willis blames Progressives for it. Such is the case with eugenics.

    Although he seems blissfully unaware of Herbert Spencer, one of the foundational thinkers in the development of libertarian economic philosophy who believed that neither government nor private charity should interfere with "natural selection" (let the poor die).