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Old 09-04-2013, 04:21 PM   #103
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Originally Posted by Xanathol View Post
I can define a liberal in a lot less space than that article - in a word, 'opposite' or 'wrong'!

Liberals aren't for liberty, but rather control / more laws. 'Progressives' are really digressing mankind. 'For the middle' - hell no - they want to create haves & have nots more than any other group, with them on top, of course. For science - maybe if its poor science that only serves to agree with their next effort to make them lots of money ( ie. 'carbon credits' ). Religious freedom - nope - they want to suppress religion. Equal rights - nope - special rights for the 2%'ers / outliers of normal society.

Whatever makes sense, whatever they call themselves that insinuates something good, it is always the opposite.
Yeah, I've seen that myself. You can also flip that around though. Many of the people who call themselves "Conservatives" aren't actually trying to conserve anything. Certainly not any of our rights nor any of the concepts outlined in our Constitution.
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