posted on Aug, 26 2004 @ 11:53 PM
I consider myself moderate, leaning more conservative. So yeah, I'd say conservative. I'm sorry to say it, but many liberals just don't look at
both sides of the story. See, conservatives don't worry about being called racist, sexist, or being, "Politically correct". Take this scenario
A major company is about to move into an area of the city. This new company would create thousands of new jobs, boosting the economy. There is one
catch, the company wants a small tax break. A liberal would say, "No, we can't let big business cut corners like that. It would be unfair to other
companies". And conservative may say, "Yeah, while we may lose a little money from the taxes, we would greatly make up for it by all the jobs it
See, I just think that the conservative view in that is better.
The same might go for another company. See, it's all about morals. Pretend that a company is polluting the river that it is nearby. They have
A.) They could just leave the river as it is, there are plenty of rivers in the world and water is a renewable source.
B.) They could spend alot of money cleaning it up.
A liberal might go with option B, saying that the river is too important. A conservative might say that cleaning up the river would cost the company
money, and they would have to lay-off workers, cut back on wages, etc etc. I'm not saying that I'm right as a conservative, that's just how I line
up (usually) Truelies, I don't mean to start an agrument with you, we've always gotten along in the past. These are just my views, and I respect