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    I'm more liberal, but then again I was raised in a more liberal environment.

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    I think it has more to do with upbringing and whatever that leads them to believe is "traditional"; an SJ raised in a very liberal environment will likely be staunchly liberal.
    Good point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    I'm more liberal, but then again I was raised in a more liberal environment.



    Good point.
    Yeah, seems like if the rules you were brought up with are "you have to treat people equally, you have to be respectful of people not like you (even if you're not), the government is the best way to solve problems for everyone, war is wrong, rich people will exploit poor people which is wrong, your rights are the most important things, people don't need guns in the city (that juxtaposition can cause problems depending on how you define right), greed is bad, people who always ask for tax cuts are greedy and trying to take advantage of you, etc..." that you'd end up liberal.

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