Talk about clueless

Ferdinand Bardamu, the Game proponent at In Mala Fide, notices the VFR entry, “Game and the Founding,” and writes.

Lawrence Auster has linked to Welmer’s superlative Spearhead article “How Game Secured American Independence.” He doesn’t bother refuting Welmer’s thesis, though, simply dismissing it as “amusing.” Whenever someone does this, it’s usually because they realize they’re intellectually outclassed and are trying to save face. Larry, what happened to ya, man? How did the brilliant mind who wrote The Path to National Suicide become so narrow-minded, stubborn, and recalcitrant that his reaction to new ideas is to shove his fingers in his ears and scream, “Nyah nyah, nyah nyah nyah, I can’t hear you!” like a bratty child?

It goes on in that vein for a bit longer.

Message to Bardamu and his fellow immature ideologues: when I said that the entry on Game and Benjamin Franklin was amusing, that was a compliment for a witty and enjoyable piece of writing, not a “Nyah nyah, nyah nyah nyah.”

In the way they grab you by the shirt collar and refuse to accept anything but assent, more than a few Game proponents are like Ron Paul supporters. Need more be said?

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 26, 2009 11:12 PM | Send

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