posted on Mar, 2 2013 @ 07:23 PM
reply to post by Ghost375
I do not dislike liberals, and I don't "dislike" sexual promiscuity and self-destructive behavior -
However, I do have a reason for tying these ideas together, and that is the fact that I attended a Liberal Arts college and spent a good amount of
time in the philosophy and psychology departments. I am well-studied on the different views of liberalism, including, as I said, the Freshman
As far as sexual promiscuity and other self-destructive behavior, I have seen enough of it first-hand to definitely think it is important to at least
keep people informed of the consequences of their actions.
Have you ever had a best friend deteriorate before your eyes because she thought that the only thing that mattered in life were looks? Deteriorating
to the point of meeting with older, married men to have sex with them just to (as she admitted to me) be self-destructive?
And I don't dislike liberals, by any means. I think that putting yourself in a position where you are not allowing yourself or others to criticize
your particular political philosophy is putting yourself and your own political philosophy in a position of vulnerability.
I am a moderate, and I reserve the right to be critical of both liberals and conservatives. If you must know, I definitely lean towards being liberal,
but this means that I'm going to be MORE critical of fringe movements or unhealthy thinking on the left, because I value the integrity of my political
edit on 2-3-2013 by darkbake because: (no reason given)