In response to:

5 Uncomfortable Truths About Liberals

jrotramel Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 11:35 PM
"liberalism and fascism are merely different branches of the same tree." John; the term "fascist" is inherently right-wing, so it is therefore contradictory to utilize it in such a fashion. Liberalism is closer to communism, radicalism and socialism, politically-speaking. Fascism is closer to conservatism. Fascism is based upon conservatism, keeping the system the way it is, and/or returning to a more "rightious", authoritarian or nationalist way. Liberalism wishes to challenge the status quo; its adherents feel that the system is unjust and wish to challenge it. I am merely challenging the use of a word; in this case, "fascism."
Doug587 Wrote: Aug 30, 2013 9:09 AM
I have read ALL the Nazi books...NAZI was the national socialist party...end of discussion...conservatism is never ever about a monster control freak national gov-meant...which is what the modern liberal democrat adores...current democrats vote as secular socialists and that is a fact...remember the ole saying, Ignore what is said, watch what is done"...just because the socialist left loves to smear conservatives (smaller govt/lower taxes/family values) with the nazi label should tell thinking adults its a lie...keep in mind the arrogant apostles of secular socialism use the same 4 tactics worldwide...bold lies, smears, demons and fantasy promises. The Nazis were never about "same ole/conserving"...they were about radical change using a monster gov-meant and forging a new 1,000 year Reich via wars...they promoted eugenics, fornication babies (teen summer camps), abortion and many things the current demo-socialist party here thinks are sacraments....
rauljg69 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 4:17 PM
There is some dispute among scholars about where along the left/right spectrum that fascism resides.[37][38][39][40] Fascism is commonly described as "extreme right"[41][42] although some writers have found placing fascism on a conventional left-right political spectrum difficult.[43] There is a scholarly consensus that fascism was influenced by both left and right, conservative and anti-conservative, national and supranational, rational and anti-rational.[38] A number of historians have regarded fascism either as a revolutionary centrist doctrine, as a doctrine which mixes philosophies of the left and the right, or as both of those things
rauljg69 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 4:18 PM
Fascism is considered by certain scholars to be right-wing because of its social conservatism and authoritarian means of opposing egalitarianism.[44][45] Roderick Stackleberg places fascism—including Nazism, which he says is "a radical variant of fascism"—on the right, explaining that "the more a person deems absolute equality among all people to be a desirable condition, the further left he or she will be on the ideological spectrum. The more a person considers inequality to be unavoidable or even desirable, the further to the right he or she will be."[46]
1Falcon1 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 10:48 AM
moron fascism is EXTREME LEFT WING so was NAZISM National Socialist Workers Party, NAZI dolt
Quix Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 2:09 PM
You need a dictionary. Try www.dictionary.com and read. You are not allowed your own facts and you are not simply at random to redefine words to suit your feelings.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 10:50 AM
what if the dictionary was written by morons like you fascism seeks to curtail freedom of the individual just like you do dolt
jrotramel Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 11:36 PM
In this respect I can agree that they are different branches of the political tree, if one is right and one is left.
chemurdered Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 8:28 AM
fascisim is not conservatvisim. Fascisim does seek national unity (not unlike China, Cubaetc) Fascisim also seeks national control of industry and institutions. fasicim is more let wing than right wing. The only difference between Hitler and Stalin is what they called themselves.
1Falcon1 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 10:49 AM
Dick3211 Wrote: Jul 08, 2014 10:30 PM
I read somewhere that both Hitler and Mussolini were Communists in their younger days. I guess the reason Hitler wanted to have a National Sozialistische Partei was that he didn't want to take orders from Lenin and Stalin. Maybe it is finally starting to make sense, why American liberals like to think that Fascism and Communism were different. If they had to see that the repression and blood and death are an essential feature of extreme socialism by any name, they might have to admit that we need to be careful about starting down that road -- and they don't want to worry about that.

When one becomes a liberal, he or she pretends to advocate tolerance, equality and peace, but hilariously, they’re doing so for purely selfish reasons. It’s the human equivalent of a puppy dog’s face: an evolutionary tool designed to enhance survival, reproductive value and status. In short, liberalism is based on one central desire: to look cool in front of others in order to get love. Preaching tolerance makes you look cooler, than saying something like, “please lower my taxes”Greg Gutfeld

1) Most liberals are hateful people. Who are the most hateful people you can think of off...