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'''Liberal gossip''' is the trait whereby liberals care more about gossipy facts than about genuine issues.  
 
'''Liberal gossip''' is the trait whereby liberals care more about gossipy facts than about genuine issues.  
  

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'''Liberal gossip''' is the trait whereby liberals care more about gossipy facts than about genuine issues. ==Examples of Liberal Gossip== *[[Wikipedia]], which obsesses with guilt by association, to the point of being called the "National Enquirer of the internet".<ref>http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1924058/posts</ref> *Liberals' reaction to Alaskan governor [[Sarah Palin]]'s selection as [[John McCain]]'s running mate, obsessing over trivial details of her family rather than her strong conservative policy message. *Spreading false and destructive rumours about prominent [[conservative]] figures, such as [[Rush Limbaugh]], [[John Schlafly]],[[Sean Hannity]] and [[Charlie Crist]]. == References == {{reflist}} {{liberalism}}