Finn dAbuzz wrote:
Without any value judgments about any of the possible identities,
do you consider yourself:
3)A progressive (And if so, please explain the difference from a liberal
5)Something else (And please try to define that something else)
I also ask that you provide a definition of the identity you have –
concise or expanded, it’s up to you. If you don’t care to, that’s fine as well.
I have no intention of arguing with anyone about how they self-identify. I’m just curious.
Because I am a historically honest libertarian, therefore I am a conservative
(i.e., conserving the anti
-authoritarianism of the Bill of Rights of the Supreme Law of the Land).
I support and exhort progressively greater n greater progress toward personal freedom, at the expense
of governmental jurisdiction, knowing that the said jurisdiction and personal freedom are INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL
Roosevelt-Kennedy liberals are authoritarians
; i.e., thay warp
the Supreme Law of the Land AWAY from freedom
toward repression by a government, whereas as a progressive, I advocate change toward weaker n more feeble jurisdiction
and stronger INDIVIDUALISM
and hedonism. Liberals are distortionist
s, or perverts, whereas conservatives support orthodox
Original Americanism (as amended, per Article 5). I 'd re-establish the legal status quo ante
, as of c.1880, for more personal liberty
and fund all governments in the USA only from sales taxes at the same rate for everyone and importation tarriffs
with the provision that NO
citizen will ever be called upon to pay more than $100,000 total taxes in any year.