Via Insty, datechguy relates what it’s like to interact with passionate leftists.
They might as well be screaming “Unlike you evil m*****f*****s, we’re compassionate!”
Seriously, read their comments. Then ask yourself whether you should treat them as peers. I say no. They’re not your mental or moral peers, they’re choosing not to grow up, but they’re also not your children.
What’s that hot, trendy new phrase? “Prepping the babblespace.”
Wait. Battlespace. Prepping the battlespace. Right.
First, look around. We are separating from these loathsome hate-filled tyrants. And we’re not “drifting apart”, we’re “tearing apart”. Would you like this to be the first peaceful such separation in history? Start pointing it out:
“Maybe our differences are irreconcilable. So we should separate. Do you agree?”
When they don’t, point to things like datechguy’s experience and note that we’re already going separate ways. Ask them how we can reconcile, then. Since this idea has never occurred to them, they’ll fumblingly try to make a demand for unconditional surrender sound reasonable. So thank them for answering your question about irreconcilable differences.
Then sum things up the way they actually are:
Our differences are irreconcilable.
We are going separate ways.
The inevitable divorce can be amicable, or the other sort.
We seek a peaceful parting.
Your move, progressives. C’mon, listen to what you’re saying! If we’re as evil, stupid, selfish, and violent as you say we are…wouldn’t you be better off without us?