This page is dedicated to the philosophy of the Liberal, done in an effort to help folks better understand why liberals think the way they do. Let’s begin with a simple definition of a Liberal. Generally this is any person who has the follow two values, 1) Redistribution of the wealth; and 2) they truely believe they know what is best for everyone else, regardless of what you value or believe. In my further installments I will continue to espouse on the liberal philosophy and give concrete examples of real world persons that reflect that philosophy.
What Liberals Say vs. Don’t Say
When listening to liberals one must be careful to listen for what they don’t say. The reason for this is liberals have a very difficult time talking directly to an issue. Take for example, Hillary’s explanation of her support for or against drivers license for illegals. She talked around the issue say she either did or didn’t support it, but understood how Spitzer could support it, because he was faced with a problem created by the Bush administration. Liberals always seem to be looking over their mental shoulders or sniffing the political air.
Here’s a great Liberal quote, “I like to think of America as a suffering patient, where Hillary is an experienced doctor. What we need here is some good medicine.”
Like the typical Liberal, their philosophy is to convince the public that they are sick, poor, down trodden, and generally worse off than they really are. And government (aka, Hillary’s “village”) is always the answer.