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"Liberal videos while often being poorly made, are usually rated at least 4 stars" This is a childish opinion. I can guarantee you that nobody bothered to find the actual mean of all liberal videos. Claiming that the majority is "poorly made" is just somebody throwing a tantrum. This is less of a conservapedia and more like an opinionpedia. - CWChandler

All liberal videos are poorly made as they are not supported by reality. At best they are like donkey dung - Shiny on the outside, but not very pleasant on the inside. conservative 20:55, 27 June 2010 (EDT)
You are entitled to your opinion but this is not opinionpedia. How can you see the world in absolutes where everything that is liberal is bad and everything that is conservative is good? You can't just find the worst of all liberals and label them as the epitome of liberalism and then find the best of conservatives and label them the epitome of conservatism. If you only listen to things that you agree with and censor anything that you disagree with you won't experience the world for what it truly is. To get back on subject: you can't stereotype all (as in 100%) liberal videos as "poorly made" or "donkey poo", that is just ignorant labeling. - CWChandler
Well, CW, we've seen the after-effects of rampant liberalism forced upon this country by people who seem to think that their opinions are better than anyone else's. This website exposes it for the garbage that it truly is, and if you don't like it...well, that's your opinion! Karajou 14:24, 28 June 2010 (EDT)

Liberalistic Bias:

The fact that Conservative videos, or Christian ones are flagged down only illustrates that many people are not too fond of these messages. If you look at demographics, most young people are Democrats, and they are the ones who usually access and use sites like YouTube. Just because Conservative videos are flagged down only illustrates that people do not like them, not a hatred for all things conservative. What can YouTube do to stop more liberals on their site than conservatives? And also, why does this lack any mention of the fact that YouTube was used in anti-Iranian protest videos?—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Gingrich2012 (talk)