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Welcome to Consarvapedia. --WilliamMoran 17:00, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

Thanks a lot.

Are you a liberal? --WilliamMoran 17:16, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

No, I am not American. I am english and a conservative StevenH 17:18, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

'Conservative' in England means Liberal here. The political paradigm is quite different over here. I assume you still support your liberal 'National Health Service' and support your little 'welfare state'. Well I'll have none of it! USA! USA! --WilliamMoran 17:21, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

No, I am english and conservative, as I don't want an idiotic scotsman in my country in charge after what he did, nor do I think Nick Clegg has enough intelligence. I also vote conservative as opposed to a minority because my local politician is pro-selling off a lot of the local assets.

I take personal offense from that. My lineage is of a Scot, and I make no bones about it. --WilliamMoran 17:25, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

Sorry, Gordon Brown is an idiot. He couldn't live up to Tony Blair, and I am not letting political correctness getting in the way of it. His reforms were ridiculous, and his economic genius from his experience as a Shadow Chancellor of the exchequer led him to reforms that wanted to bring Britain into bankruptcy. Look at Margaret Thatcher, that's all I am saying on this issue. Of course, i do not mean to insult you for being scottish. Just defining him as a scot (it'd be like a kenyan being in charge of the U.S.A if you catch my subtlety). StevenH 17:32, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

I don't think Tony was so good either! And it's my understanding that Scotland is a part of the UK, so it is more analogous to a Puerto Rican being in charge of the USA. And anyone who think Obama is from Kenya is almost as bad as a liberal hack. I think Obama is a real doofus, but challenging his patriotism is a low blow. --WilliamMoran 17:34, 3 September 2011 (EDT)
Well, I feel that you haven't read up much about British politics then. I think you need to understand that Tony Blair had very good diplomatic connections, and although he misunderstood his statesmen, at least he ****** off to Israel. However, Gordon Brown just fell for PR stunts, making him an irritating blot on the great british politics. Specifically, look up his time as a chancellor of exchequer, he mostly failed us. StevenH 17:46, 3 September 2011 (EDT)
Tony got you stuck in the Iraq War, and I, as a Ron Paul Conservative think that was a huge money pit! --WilliamMoran 17:40, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

So did all of your politicians, except Tony Blair couldn't tell the difference between diplomacy and following your lead. So yes, Tony got me stuck in the Iraq war, and rightly so, but your politicians kept us there! With what Tony Blair knew, according to brilliant liberal american sources, there were weapons of mass destruction, and we should have left, and that's why we have 10 times less commitment than you do. However, the liberals of your country kept us there. Thanks a lot.

But seriously, I agree that it is a money pit (which is why commitment in england is reducing constantly). StevenH 17:49, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

William, I'm sure there are some real conservatives in Britain, and perhaps (like the U.S.) growing in numbers. Welcome, Steven.--Andy Schlafly 17:28, 3 September 2011 (EDT)

And hello, Shlafly (ashlafly, fly, ash, what shall I call you?). StevenH 17:32, 3 September 2011 (EDT)