44thWhitePrez Wrote:
Dec 10, 2012 11:14 AM
@Stuart95>>"There will be much smoke from traditional Republicans about "social liberalism", but that policy is supported by the sound principle of personal freedom. And they should note that fiscal conservatism will end decades of funding of government sponsorship of really bad social programs." I'm inclined to agree, but "social liberalism" can still only go so far before fiscal conservatism is overrun by it. If one has no morals in their own life, why care about other people's money? And no, not even the extremely socially liberal Greeks and Romans had ghey marriage if that's where you're trying to go with this.