According to yourself, what is a 'liberal' as opposed to a 'conservative,' and is one the reciprocal of the other?"one of those that expect others to do within the Entitlement Society, LMAO."
Those federal-dollar addicted red state leeches never could hold their bowels. mitch mcdonald depends on depends.
There a little know equation which very accurately describes government: Liberty = 1/government.
Liberty and government are reciprocal quantities, i.e., the more of the one equals the less of the other.
When they are in equilibrium, both are equal.
If liberty =1, and if government = 1, then the result is equal, i.e. 1 divided by 1 equals 1.
If government increases by twice, then liberty is diminished by twice.
In order that there be more liberty, then of necessity government MUST be smaller. Conversely, if government gets larger, then liberty diminishes in direct proportion.
So, do 'liberals' want more, or less government?
And what of 'conservatives?'