Are You a Conservative, Liberal, or Other?

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Are You Conservative, Liberal, or other?

  1. Conservative

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  2. Liberal

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  3. Other

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  1. 007
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    Thought it might be a good time to ask this with the coming of so many new board members.

    Don't lie either. Because if you do, if you plan on spending any amount of time here, if you do lie, we'll know you did sooner or later.

    Just be honest, even if you find it hard to be.

    "Other" covers everything else other than conservative or liberal. Feel free to voice what other may mean to you.
     
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    I'm in the other category. I've been called:
    Lib
    Big lib
    Left of center

    so I'm clearly not a conservative, but I also have a big problem with the liberal mantra, so that sort of throws a wrench in that. My leanings depend on the issue at hand.
     
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    Then it would also be safe to say, you're more liberal than conservative.

    (Like we don't know that already.)
     
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    I'm an "Other".
     
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    I'm off ignore now? Cool.

    I'd say I'm left of center on social issues, and right of center on financial issues. Typical of my age, probably.
     
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    Yes you are. I'm not going to ignore anybody. I'll answer any post you make to me in the same way you address me. Fair enough?
     
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    Which way would you say you lean Mr. P? Or would you rather not say?
     
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    Deal. Same for you.
     
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    And financial issues are about life and death:MONEY and ECONOMIC GROWTH, JOBS, and FEEDING FAMILIES. The social issues are trifling compared to that.
     
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    Using all capital letters for emphasis is effective. It really drove home the point better.
     
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