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No, as you can get social liberals and economic liberals. For example, a liberal may be pro-choice and support gun control, but believe the government should reduce its role in the economy. Or vice versa.

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Why do liberals suck?

Because they just KEEP getting in the way of fascists who don't know they are fascists, and THINK they are Republicans, when they want to do "reasonable" things, like wage unilateral wars on any old trumped up pretext, just like the granddaddy of all Fascists, Hitler. Or because they won't QUIT whining over "stolen elections" whenever the fascists manage to steal one fair and square like they did in 2000, 2004 or 1876. You do realize don't you....wait, what am I saying....if you had paid attention in fourth grade you would know that America was founded by Liberals, it was Liberals who fought the Revolution, its thanks to Liberal thought that you're free to spew your drivel, and if you had been alive at the time of the Revolution you and all the scum like you would have been the biggest, fattest Loyalists and Tories in town. But feel free, and if you do, you should go find a Liberal and thank them for it.


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Who are the most liberal presidents in history?

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Why do liberals believe that the importance of liberty and equal rights?

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What political party is associated with liberals?

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