Talk:Liberal labels

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Essay namespace? HelpJazz 10:30, 17 March 2008 (EDT)

A bit rich...

On a website which seems increasingly to pride itself on liberal use of the word "liberal" as a catch-all slur to disparage and discredit any views opposing evangelical christianity/creationism/conservatism, it seems just a wee bit rich to include an article suggesting that Liberals use words like "conservative" as epithets to disparage and discredit any views opposing Liberalism. Pot, meet kettle! Or is this another parody article? It is becoming increasingly hard to tell the difference, and I fear for the wellbeing of this "trustworthy" encycclopedia. Humblpi 11:09, 17 March 2008 (EDT)

Not to mention the fact that like it or not (probably not!), liberalism has become a mainstream political current... SamSamson