not that long ago, conservative meant sticking to the printed words of the Const/liberal meant interpreting them.<quoted text>You have extremes from both sides. Extremism has always been a bad thing. I happen to be a moderate Republican....something that I heard a Republican Congressman say doesn't need to be in their party or something along that line. People need to stop listening to those extreme voices so we can find consensus on our problems. We need to get the extremists out of our policy making. jmo
now,'extreme' is sticking by the Const,'moderate' is old liberal and lib is Progressive (which does not even believe in the Const NOR ITS LIMITING ROLE OR BUILT-IN LIMITATIONS!).
therein lies the 'great divide'. your definitions are made by the Progressives... have been evolving for decades.... and supported by the Mass Media (once dominated by mods/libs and now Progressives).
your attitude is the DESIRED ATTITUDE.... for the Progressive 'transformation' from a Const'l Republic to an easier manipulated democracy (or popularity contest).
don't react... think about what I just posted first. think of all of the wrong FG policies we just can't seem to get rid of o even modify... NO MATTER WHO'S IN CHARGE.
heck, just look at the New Math used to calculate the Un-employment rate. less than 70% of the Labor Force is being used. the diff is MUCH more than 7.6%!!!