Heres a simple question but I bet it'll speak volumes. I don't think people tend to look at what the public really wants for the country.
As long as the Americans' attention-deficit is so severe that they only think in terms of soundbites like these, does it really matter?The Penguin said:#Towards liberal values, policies, and laws
#Towards conservative values, policies, and laws
#A roughly even mix of both
Im sorry that each poll option wasnt 3 pages long. Ill remember that next time. Then you can go take a look at the whole of PWA and see who are the ones spouting off sound bites. PWA discussions are practically formulaic. You can almost predict whos going to come in to say what and which sound bite will be used. Its sad.Rach3 said:As long as the Americans' attention-deficit is so severe that they only think in terms of soundbites like these, does it really matter?
Neither.Astronuc said:For example - honesty - liberal or conservative.
Both, in theory anyway.Liberty and justice for all - conservative or liberal values?
In the United States, "liberal" has come to mean the political belief that government should have a large role to play in regulating business, owning certain resources, spending money to stimulate the economy, promoting social equity. "Conservative" has come to mean the belief that government generally only makes things worse when it tries to intrude on these things, and it should stay away as much as possible.What does liberal mean? What does conservative mean?
Or better yet, what does one understand as the liberal philosophy? conservative philosophy?