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    Default SJs, would you consider yourself liberal, conservative, moderate, or indifferent?

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    I am a conservative by American political standards.

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    Very liberal

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    Probably Liberal > Labour > Conservative by UK standards. The liberal party where I live is a whole lot different, though.
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    i consider myself independent but always vote liberal, because liberals want the same things that i do.
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    Moderate libertarian. I view both liberals and conservatives as irrational people, but currently, in the USA, liberals are the biggest problem.
    Liberty means the ability to say "No thanks, perhaps later. I'm gonna go take a nap now."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Moderate.
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    I'm not sure why that's a surprise to anyone. Libertarians are the most rational, common sense, and informed demographic in the USA. To extremists from either direction, we'd be considered extremist, but that's because they are irrational folk.
    Liberty means the ability to say "No thanks, perhaps later. I'm gonna go take a nap now."
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    I'm a libertarian. Why isn't there an option for libertarian? D: (I chose moderate on the poll though)

    Anyways...
    When it comes to morals and values, I'm more of a conservative. (I dress modestly, I like traditions, I'll wait until I'm married to do you-know-what etc.) However, when it comes to politics and economics, I'm a libertarian. I'm all for individual freedom and small government.

    -> Liberal ideas I agree with:
    ~ Pro-gay marriage
    ~ Legalization of marijuana

    -> Liberal ideas I don't agree with:
    ~ Socialism / Communism
    ~ Too much government intervention
    ~ Gun control laws
    ~ Pro-abortion
    ~ Limits to freedom of speech
    ~ Too much political correctness

    -> Conservative ideas I agree with:
    ~ Capitalism (AKA economic freedom. Some conservatives call themselves capitalists but still agree with some government intervention)
    ~ Pro-gun
    ~ Anti-abortion

    -> Conservative ideas I don't agree with:
    ~ Anti-gay marriage
    ~ Anti-legalization of marijana
    ~ Some sort of anti-immigration

    [Note: I'm not American. I'm not involved in American politics.]
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    Socialist! I guess that would be liberal? Which ever is the pro-government.
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