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Old 05-29-2007, 06:32 PM   #1
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Anyone have a link to a good website that shows the differences in the two and what there views are. Or can anyone explain it???
I have to write a paper and decribe my views on certian topics, and whether its liberal or conservative, and im having trouble finding a good site.
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Not to offend, but I can honestly say that this topic will go downhill very quickly. Politics is a very touchy subject, and usually isn't spoken on a forum. All I will say is that I am a Liberal.
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yes, but all he'* expecting is an un-biased opinion. Something vague that no-one would be offended by, just something to get him started
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If you are looking for a good, unbiased opinion. Go to wikipedia, and type in Liberal, read about it, then type in Conservative, and read up about it.
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Yeah im not trying to start a debate, just wanted to know for example, how liberals view abortion. Wiki wasnt very helpful, so I was just wondering if you guys new of any sites that would help me out.
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If you are looking for a good, unbiased opinion. Go to wikipedia, and type in Liberal, read about it, then type in Conservative, and read up about it.
I don't ' have any better reccomendations, since I know nothing about politics, but I wouldn't recommend wikipedia as unbiased, as it is user edited. Might be a good start, though, for links and such.
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Not to offend, but I can honestly say that this topic will go downhill very quickly. Politics is a very touchy subject, and usually isn't spoken on a forum. :

he'* right though. once someone gives there opinion on one or the other it will turn into a debate.

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Kevin, I just typed in the google search "Liberal vs. Conservative" and came up with a ton of reading
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he'* right though. once someone gives there opinion on one or the other it will turn into a debate.

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In that case, I would just like to say that I'm neither Liberal nor Conservative... I'm Baptist
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Basically, if you're a traditionalist and like the way things are now, you're a conservative. If you want to change the world, and are a progressive thinker, you're a liberal. That'* it in a nutshell, IMO. Maybe someone can fill in the blanks for me
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A conservative believes in personal responsibility, self support, traditional values. A liberal believes government is the answer to everything, and the redistribution of wealth .
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