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  • I am a conservative.

    17 14.78%
  • I am a liberal/progressive.

    34 29.57%
  • I am a libertarian

    30 26.09%
  • Other/Comedy Option

    34 29.57%
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  1. callum828 is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by excludedmiddle View Post
    I will never get how there are people who still think that Republicans and libertarians should be anywhere near each other today on a political scale. Besides lowering taxes and wanting to be allowed to own guns there is literally nothing the two groups have in common.
    I find that a lot of libertarians are conservatives who dress it up so they seem different/radical. That's probably because nobody's heard of it over here though.
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    In my own simplistic viewpoint, I see "conservatives" as being conservative on fiscal, gov't and social issues, "liberals" being liberal on fiscal, gov't an social issues, and libertarians being conservative on gov't, moderate on fiscal issues and liberal on social issues. But this poll is for each person to self describe.
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    Really all I would like to see is are politicians looking out for whats best for the people instead of their party. Fat chance that is going to change anytime soon.
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    Nuke a unborn gay whale for Christ.
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    I have some issues I'm liberal about and some issues I'm conservative about.

    Like most rational people I tend to only do knee jerk reactions to stuff if I'm trolling for a reaction, which I often do in daily life to wind up lefties for my own amusement.

    I would say I'm probably closest to what an American would call a libertarian with some important caveats - I believe in a free state healthcare, primary and secondary education and a limited welfare state. However, in the same breath I'm also a monarchist, nationalist and free market capitalist.

    My views can probably be best summed up by 'cognitive dissonance'.
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    I love how everyone crows libertarian when you say "Socially liberal, fiscally conservative"

    No matter how the poster in question would see those two axis enforced or structured.
    There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
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    I'm a Marxist.

    Groucho Marxist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache View Post
    I love how everyone crows libertarian when you say "Socially liberal, fiscally conservative"

    No matter how the poster in question would see those two axis enforced or structured.

    I think this is because it is becoming so increasingly common in the US for people to hold libertarian beliefs without having ever even heard the word libertarian, or if they have, they think libertarians are just extremist Republicans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    Really all I would like to see is are politicians looking out for whats best for the people instead of their party. Fat chance that is going to change anytime soon.
    It will when we get the free bubble up and rainbow stew.
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