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#184848 05/19/09 03:15 PM OP McCain's daughter Meghan on Colbert Report last night.....
Wow in every way
Although a member of her father's Republican party, In terms of politics she might be described as Libertarian
Among outside political watchers, some consider Libertarians to be conservative (primarily because of their support of the right to bear arms, their opposition to economic regulation, opposition to entitlement programs in pretty much all forms, and their views on taxes —....
Thus I have heard the term defined as liberal in social attitude but conservative in matters political. However the term is somewhat loose, relating generally to the idea of free will
...and by some might even be called licentious
Don't get me wrong, I'm all for license, especially in the present case
dalehileman #184850 05/20/09 01:21 AM If so, she is more conservative that her dear old dad.
Enough, please. Definition/discussion of political terms, fine. Individuals, points-of-view (including by insinuation): nope.
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