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By Mike Gallagher

America, how does the liberal hate thee? allow us to count number the methods . . .
It’s exertions being a liberal nowadays. not just do an insignificant 20 percentage of american citizens determine themselves as liberal, yet it is easy to move broke aiding a thin double-decaf Starbucks behavior. On best of that, if you hate issues so much americans love, it’s tiring to need to perpetually correct/educate/fix/enlighten the bad dullards in the market who simply are looking to take pleasure in their lives. Which, taken as an entire, makes the typical liberal lonely, brief on money, and mad as hell! So, within the spirit of the compassion they themselves espouse, 50 issues Liberals like to Hate is fact spoken with love, a call for participation to the disenfranchised: it’s now not too overdue, liberals, to affix the joys! C’mon, crack open a Bud and throw one other T-bone at the grill. yet kindly money your disdain on the door by way of:
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Because that would just be a really, really gross idea, sans the villain. There’d be no one to vilify but Spurlock himself for making stupid daily food choices. Oddly enough, Spurlock never disclosed his actual daily McDonald’s intake. Moreover, if he had chosen to, Spurlock could have picked the many good and hearty salads McDonald’s offers its customers. Rather than stuff himself with double cheeseburgers, Big Macs, and extra-large milkshakes, with an extra-large Coke chaser, he could have gone with the single burger.

Collectivism, it turns out, pitted Pilgrim against Pilgrim. Sound familiar? Here is how William Bradford’s history of the colony recorded the early discord. His comments make it clear that common ownership demoralized the community and gave rise to conflicts that were much more serious than any others they confronted. The strong, as Bradford put it, “had no more in division of victuals and clothes” than the weak. The older men felt it disrespectful to be “equalized in labours” with the younger men.

And they dominate professions that leave a large cultural footprint on this country. Professions like journalism, the arts, academia, the music industry, and America’s fastest-rising group of entertainers—Cirque du Soleil acrobats. But that large footprint has little to do with the size of the liberal population in America. A recent Gallup/USA Today Poll revealed that 42 percent of Americans called themselves conservative, 35 percent moderate, while 20 percent used the “L” word to describe themselves.

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