Nationalist Posted February 13 Report Share Posted February 13 (edited) I want to gain a better understanding of why current Liberals think the way they do, and in all fairness, should include an examination of why current Conservatives think the way they (we) do. I've spent countless hours arguing things with Liberals and still don't "get" them...and I was a Liberal at one time. The issues that drove me from the Liberal doctrine still exist and seem to have become amplified. Globalism...an insistence that minority rights supersede majority rights...a willingness to follow paths that are hurtful to the general public. Now admittedly...Conservatism has flown a little further right of late as well. Is this a response to the changes of common Liberalism? Or has Liberalism become more...imposing...because Conservatism altered course. Is wanting leadership that works primarily for the nation's people, as opposed to "the greater good" as described for instance by the climate religious and globalists, an abhorrent idea? How do we separate logic and common sense, from feelings of fairness and sympathy? Should they be separated? On ur marks...get set...go... Edited February 13 by Nationalist Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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