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Def'n of Liberal/Conservative

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by 23578, Aug 5, 2002.

  1. 23578

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    Def'n of Liberal/Conservative

    Discussion started by 23578 - Aug 5, 2002

    I heard that O'Reilly factor guy say this the other day and I thought it fucked up, but true.

    Liberal-supports more gov't sponsered social programs, big federal government, and doesn't care what the neighbors do in their homes

    Conservative-no gov't support for social programs, more power to the states, local, and keeps tabs on the neighbors

    What do you think?
     
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  2. Retnilps

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    Retnilps - Replied Aug 5, 2002

    actually i think conservatives are still a big part of the govt.

    but i dont know shit. just trying to get your thread seen.

    gonna go change my name now.
     
  3. Smart

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    Smart - Replied Aug 5, 2002

    duh.


    *interesting use of the word "we"
     
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  4. 23578

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    23578 - Replied Aug 5, 2002

    ahhh, hahahaha

    yeah, that musta been like a freudian slip or something, edited.
     
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    23578 - Replied Aug 5, 2002

    oh, and edited again, for federal/state differentiation, i forgot about that till now.
     
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    boogie hands - Replied Aug 5, 2002

    i think o'reilly is a long winded retard....plain and simple....

    while its true that "liberals" arent any better that "conservatives", i still think the conservatives take the cake for religiousbigbuisnessnutjobs....

    they can all burn...christians and p.c. cowards alike...
     
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  7. Dyptheria

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    Dyptheria - Replied Aug 5, 2002

    liberal=smart people
    conservative=ignorant people