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Why do so many liberals always think they're right every time they don't agree with the opposite side? Why do they always play the race card or Islamophobe card when things don't go their way? They claim to believe democracy yet they only believe in it when they win?
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I suspect this is more of a "people" thing than a liberal thing; people are generally loathe to admit when they're wrong, regardless of their political stance.

It's also subjective, of course - you thinking they're wrong doesn't necessarilymean they actually are.

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(Original post by shadowdweller)
I suspect this is more of a "people" thing than a liberal thing; people are generally loathe to admit when they're wrong, regardless of their political stance.

It's also subjective, of course - you thinking they're wrong doesn't necessarilymean they actually are.

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Yup, very much this. Poor logic is definitely not isolated to one political school of thought, you get utter morons on both sides of the fence. But that's the nature of the Internet for you, an equal soapbox platform for everyone, no matter how much paint thinner they drink.
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Mainly because they're cucks that are too scared to be outcasted their own liberal friends, due to them agreeing with the "racist", "sexist"...etc


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You're talking about so-called progressives, not liberals.

I'm a liberal in that I value individuality, democracy and personal freedom. Classic, English-style liberalism. I'm not a smug, leftist douchebag.
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I hasten to call such individuals liberals, as per Dandaman above. Often, they hold rather illiberal social views (so-called positive discrimination would be one common example), and sometimes have the audacity to disregard individuals who are truly socially liberal as conservative. Though, as others have pointed out, it's rather a maturity problem, that one may grow out of, than something that correlates with their political ideology.
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