latebloomer Wrote:
Jan 22, 2013 9:09 AM
For the most part, those who are fiscally conservative and socially liberal usually end up giving ground on their fiscal philosophy- "for the greater good", of course. Look where that's gotten us. As for "socially conservative and fiscally liberal"- they're either fooling themselves, or completely clueless on the definition of conservative. Gentillylace: if you believe that people should be coerced by the power of the State to support those who can't or won't support themselves- no, you ARE NOT a conservative, even though you may agree with us on an issue or three (and we welcome your support).