How do you define liberalism?

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    So, it seems evident across this board that many of us are not in agreement as to what the words we are using actually mean. So, when you say 'liberal', what is it you're actually referring to and how do you define it?
     
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    Thank you, Chanel for demonstrating the problem we face on this board so well...
     
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    A liberal is one who will find a victim in anything to make their case, regardless of what it is.
    When the facts are against them they use the most extreme, usually unrelated, analogy to portray a victim of the subject matter.

    If you don't believe this, just read the liberal posts on this board. A huge percentage of them have a victim of some sort in them. Whether it relates to the subject matter is irrelevant.
     

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