A recent study conducted by W.I.T. has determined that many of the behavioral traits typically ascribed to liberalism are caused by a hereditary chromosomal defect. The chromosomal abnormality, located on the seventeenth pair of autosome chromosomes, has a severe and profound impact on normal brain development and function. The new disease, Blacks Disorder, is named after Dr. Amanda Black, who first discovered the chromosomal replication abnormality and later headed the research project at W.I.T.’s applied genetics department examining this defect.


While doing population demographic and genetic research, Dr. Black noted that a high percentage of individuals who self-identified as possessing a “liberal” political ideology, within the genetically sequenced research group, seemed to possess the same hereditary autosomal defect. Specifically, when undergoing mitosis in the early critical junction of cell division a transcription error occurs that shortens one of the chromosome Q arms so that the total genes contained within it is reduced from its normal 1672 genes to 1670. Another three genes within the chromosome undergo minute transcription abnormalities which result in a specific mutation. These genetic omissions and errors cumulatively effect neural function in several identifiable and consistent ways.


One of the biggest changes involves the brains overproduction of the hormone Oxytocin. This overproduction leads to a increase in ethnocentric behavior and an increase in trust and empathy disassociated from sociological inputs. Ethnocentric behavior is characterized by judging another group or culture solely by the values and standards of ones own culture. Individuals with Blacks disease tend to be highly intolerant of viewpoints and ideas that do not conform to those of their self-identified group.


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Lucas Delgado
We need to put looking for a cure on the fast track!
  • July 14, 2014
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Redneck Angel Warrior
There is a cure...only it comes packed in a small metal jacket not a hypodermic needle.
  • July 14, 2014
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Walter D.
I knew it. There is no way me and these idiots are operating on the same dna.
  • July 14, 2014
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Walter D.
Damn Safari I believe this is another satire site.
  • July 14, 2014
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Safari Woman is online.
lol sorry - I wish it wasn't..
  • July 15, 2014
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