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    sorry FM- I was arguing the modern definition and wolf was arguing classical!

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    scourge Array miss fortune's Avatar
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    sorry! it's ok! I just HATE classical liberalism so much or I wouldn't have mentioned it!

    I'm sure that wolf feels the same, only opposite!
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    He pronks, too! Array Magic Poriferan's Avatar
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    I prefer using the words "conservative" and "liberal" in a very literal way.
    Where liberal = not conserving or restricting
    and conservative = conserving and restricting

    I also hate calling people those things on a general level, because it's so silly.
    You could be liberal on one thing and conservative on another.
    I certainly am.

    And, as I said, I don't think those terms can be applied to government intervention at all.
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