What exactly is a liberal?

I am not to much into politics and I've heard that term a lot.

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago
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  • 5 years ago

    Well then, here is a little background.

    "For those of you who do not know, especially young people, I am compelled to inform you of the generally un-known truth that the word "Liberal" has a proud heritage and was originally a word that described men who were the political opposites of modern "Liberals."

    The word "Liberal" was forcibly stolen and corrupted by evil men who intentionally perverted the use and meaning of the word.

    In the long forgotten past, the word "Liberal" described honorable and principled men who held to a philosophy of government that advocated Constitutional Republicanism.

    Constitutional Republicanism is a type of government almost unknown to most of the world. America was originally a Constitutional Republic. A Constitutional Republic defined is characterized by a very small government with limits on its powers of taxation and whose other powers are strictly limited by rigorously enforced Constitutional edicts.

    But modern Liberals are nothing more and nothing less than Communists, Socialists and Dictators. Modern Liberals promote, advocate and enforce the centralization of all political power into an all powerful central government. The honorable old Liberals of the 19th century must be spinning in their graves over the outrageous corruption and modern use of the word "Liberal."

  • 5 years ago

    Given how many of them support Hillary over Bernie, someone who believes that Wall Street should always be propped up at the expense of Main Street.

  • 5 years ago

    A liberal is a lazy person with no brain

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  • IChee
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    now it's a left-wing radical, use to mean some what opened minded

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