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Demonising of the term ‘liberalism’

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Whether it’s May’s response to 23/6/16 or Trump’s inaugural speech, actions speak louder than words. How is it possible to unite a divided country by further alienating the half with which you disagree? It is because I believe in listening to both sides of an argument and making a judgement based on what I believe will be for the greatest good for the greatest number that I have always been and always will remain a Liberal.

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  1. Excellent introduction. Thank you!

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  2. polymath0 says:

    I’m seeing the typical Republican to look liberal compared to him. Here are top conservatives like John McCain speaking out against him. It’s true, though. I try to look at each person and each issue on its own and without initial judgment until I know the issue. Then, I base my response on whether the answer is good to the people or good to a select few. I feel like that is liberalism.

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