Are liberals stuck in the 19th century?
They have been 'progressive' for over 150 years! Why can't they figure out the Progressivism only leads to la la land, dictators, mass murder, and total poverty.
Asked By: Rocky - 10/15/2012
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Progressivism is a religion and, like most believers, democrats are incapable of accepting facts which challenge their faith -- facts like these... More
Answered By: James - 10/15/2012
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You guys haven't caught up yet is the real problem. Ha
Answered By: Mr. Vincent Van Jessup - 10/15/2012
Yes. RE: Marx and Engalls, "We just need to try it ONE more time! This time we'll get it right! TRUUUUUUUUST US." "Fairness" is socialism, repackaged.
Answered By: Monica Sardonica - 10/15/2012
Where is this fantasy you speak of?
Answered By: Keith - 10/15/2012
Oh look a nonsense sweeping generalization about liberals. The country must be in great shape if this is what you call political rhetoric.
Answered By: Forget War Buy More - 10/15/2012
That's conservativism you're describing.
Answered By: Rockefeller Republican - 10/15/2012
Liberals generally don't have brains. Hell, they don't even keep track of what they're supposed to believe from one minute to the next.
Answered By: Scooterpoop, THE Big Bird - 10/15/2012
No, and your conclusion is, to use the latest meme, malarky.
Answered By: tonalc2 - 10/15/2012
Honestly with some of the tradition "values" and religious BS conservatives throw our way, it seems that conservatives are the ones stuck in the "gool ol days"
Answered By: Respect Ringo - 10/15/2012
I wish--I'd know which teams to bet on
Answered By: Bill_the_Dog - 10/15/2012
Hardly.... Republicans sure want to take us back there though... especially when it comes to women!
Answered By: Libnletlib - 10/15/2012
Nineteenth century liberals were classical liberals who believed strongly in the free market. The liberals who exist today are liberal only in name and are in many ways the same as nineteenth century ones. The idea of social justice is dead as a dodo, but it was a mid-twentieth century idea, not a nineteenth century... More
Answered By: grayure - 10/15/2012
It would seem you have a serious lack of critical reasoning skills. Example: If liberals have been "progressive" in this country for 150 years, and we have had no dictators, no constant mass murders, and fairly low poverty rates, then it would appear your reasoning is wrong.
Answered By: Francie S - 10/15/2012
No we are not! Although now we've got the vote for every Tom, Dick, Harry and Harriette there isn't much to do now! Although if you are right, we had better not progress to the 20th century
Answered By: Grinning Football plinny younger - 10/15/2012
No, to "progress" means to move forward. To "conserve" means to either stay the same or in the case of modern-day conservatives, move backwards... More
Answered By: ★Ŕ♡MΛŔƐ★ - 10/15/2012
ahhh, no, You have obviously been watching too much fox news.
Answered By: Aaron the Great - 10/15/2012
and you're stuck in the 18th century pushing ideas from the 1700s... More
Answered By: the night of the zombie g - 10/15/2012
UMMM NO! Are cons stuck in the 19th century? http://news.yahoo.com/congressman-calls-evolution-lie-pit-hell-175514039.html
Answered By: HOW DOES THIS SMELL SWEETIE? - 10/15/2012
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