I guess everybody has their own interpretation.<quoted text>
??? I am having trouble understanding your messages. I would suggest you use shorter sentences with simpler structures.
I know that you use "liberal" to label things you don't like, and "conservative" to label things you do like. But those words have meanings beyond being a compliment or insult. Conservative means "if it was good enough for my pappy, it's good enough for me" and that change should be resisted. Liberal means the belief that tomorrow can be better than yesterday, and that change is sometimes good.
Most people start as being more liberal, and become more conservative with age. Reagan was no exception.
To me, liberal means more socialism and more government. Conservative to me means less government and more people taking care of themselves. Liberal means less responsibility while conservative means more responsibility.