Anyone who is even slightly familiar with the conservative movement will know that it is extremely diverse, even fractured. Even if you leave out the pure libertarians altogether, there is hardly anything that all self-proclaimed conservatives can agree on. The neo-conservatives, the paleo-conservatives, the traditionalist conservatives, the National Review conservatives, the religious conservatives, the non-religious conservatives, small-government conservatives, big-government conservatives, staight conservatives, gay conservatives ... you name it, we got it. We fight like cats and dogs -- over almost any issue you care to name -- abortion, Islam, Iraq, immigration, gay marriage, Israel -- you can almost always find enough conservatives on both sides of the issue to have a ferocious debate. It actually doesn't bother us as much as you might think. In fact, some people think it's a source of strength. A broad church, and all that. Whatever may be the truth of that, from our side of the barricades, the liberal/Left movement looks remarkably homogeneous, compared to us. Yes, we know there are differences among liberals. The Nation is not the same as The New Republic. But we don't know much about them. Of course, from a long way off, the detail of a distant scene merges together. And political diversity is not necessarily a virtue. If liberals have few disagrements among themselves, perhaps this for the same reason that mathematicians have few disagreements among the selves: the Truth is self-evident, or at least, evident to those with a college education and pure heart. Various people on the Left -- and I don't even know if this general phrase, intending to encompass the mildest liberal and the furthest far Leftist imaginable -- in this Forum have objected to what they see as unwarrented generalizations about "liberals" or "the Left". Therefore, in the interests of mutual comprehension, I would like to invite the non-conservatives here to post examples of differences on the Left -- or their comments on the question of political diversity on the Left. Where do you disagree among each other? For the sake of clarity, I would propose that Democratic Party politicians, who, after all, have to get elected in a very conservative country, be exempt from consideration. We know that Hillary and Dennis Kucinich have disagreements. But there is reason to doubt that the former is really representative of the liberal movement, and in any case, the fact that Hillary must appeal to voters outside the liberal consensus must affect what she says. So, liberals and those further Left ... you have the floor!