Ann Coulter has once again published the truth about liberalism, which has caused the normal knee-jerk reactionism from the Angry Left. In general, when someone says something that is truthful, but also happens to be quite harsh and negative, there usually is a flurry of attacks against the truth messenger. (For instance, if someone referred to this author as a “crooked garbage man,” he would likely laugh as he is neither crooked nor a garbage man). However, when Ann Coulter said that liberalism is a religion, this really upset the liberals because they know that this happens to be truthful.
The worst part of liberalism is the taxation policy. In most parts of the world, politicians have recognized that in order to be competitive, tax rates need to be reduced. In America, though, anytime this is tried, the Democratic Party states that this only “benefits the rich.” In some Catholic churches, parishioners cry and bow down to Jesus and his mother, Mary. Democrats, though, scream “tax cuts for the rich”—every time a tax cut is proposed—even though middle-class families overwhelmingly support lower taxes. However, Democrats are terrible at debating skills, largely because they are used to chanting among their fellow parishioners in their church, the Democratic Party. As a result, few are able to actually articulate how tax cuts benefit the rich. Further, many of them are baffled by how the U.S. federal treasury has actually received more tax revenue after a tax cut than before. Of course, religious views should be taken upon faith, not evidence.