If you’ve been on the conservative side of Twitter for over a week, chances are you’re familiar with the hashtag #LiberalLogic. As someone who’s on Twitter pretty frequently, (it’s an addiction at this point, I’ll be honest) I can even admit to using the hashtag once or twice. That being said, sometimes a train of thought can’t be explained just by chalking it up to someone else’s logic. For those arguments that just can’t be dismissed, we’ve compiled a list of questions we would like to direct to our dear friends on the left.

1.) How do you consider rules that apply equally to everyone discriminatory and racist?

According to many on the left, the justice system is racist, education is racist, voting laws are racist, and the list goes on. But wait, if everyone is playing by the same rules, aren’t we on a level playing field? Clear this one up for us, lefties.

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2.) Similarity, aren’t programs designed only to benefit minorities inherently racist?

 Many people, of all different races, are struggling. Maybe we should just be serving disadvantaged people in general, regardless of color, because assuming that all minorities need assistance is more racist than anyone cares to admit.

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3.) Why do you think doing the same thing over and over will result in something different each time?

Maybe you missed the memo, but thats literally the definition of insanity. Whether you want to admit it or not, entitlements like welfare, food stamps, and Medicaid have failed to pull people out of poverty. Infact, these programs have had the opposite effect, leaving families dependent on the government. This has been proven time and time again. Can we look for some real solutions now?

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4.) Can you give me a real life example of a country that prospered under high taxes, high debt, and heavy regulations?

No really, I’ll wait.

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5.) If raising the minimum wage is such a great idea, why don’t we raise it to $20 an hour?

Heck, why stop at $20 an hour? We might as well make the minimum wage $100 an hour, amirite? I could buy a lot of FFL with that kind of pay.

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6.) What exactly is your fair share of what someone else has earned?

10 percent? 20 percent? 30 percent? Say when. 40? 50?

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7.) If the GOP has a #WarOnWomen, what would you call the lefts treatment of conservative women?

I can’t even count the number of insults thrown towards the leading ladies of the GOP from the left. Infact, I dont even think I can count the number of insults I have PERSONALLY received, even out of the public’s eye.

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8.) If Republicans don’t care about the poor, why do we consistently donate more to charity than Democrats?

No really, this has been proven multiple times. Also, as a spin off, if you truly care about the lower class why do you want them to be so dependent on the government?

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9.) How can you justify abortion and simultaneously condemn the death penalty?

I feel like maybe an innocent child and a convicted felon shouldn’t have to be compared, but ya know, here we are.

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10.) If the wage gap is real, and companies can get away with paying women less than men, why don’t companies only hire women to save money?

Oh wait, maybe it has something to do with The Equal Pay Act of 1963. You know, the federal law amending the Fair Labor Standards Act, aimed at abolishing wage disparity based on gender. It was signed into law on June 10, 1963, by John F. Kennedy, but like, whatever.

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Danielle B
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Danielle is a conservative political consultant who aides organizations in communicating their big ideas and empowering leaders. She works with a multitude of organizations, most notably including the American Conservation Coalition, OUTSET Network, and Future Female Leaders. Danielle can't explain why she doesn't need feminism, she's too busy succeeding without it. She likes coffee, capitalism, and proving people wrong.

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