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Old 09-30-2010, 12:58 PM
Florian Florian is offline
 
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Default Re: Clinton, Palin, and Feminism (Rebecca Traister & Hanna Rosin)

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'Moderate' is supposed to be a somewhat tangible description of one with positions generally shared by a majority, or at least a large plurality, of the population, away from either idealogical base. It's not meant to be a term that one uses to affirm one's belief in their general logical approach to politics.
Your English is as obscure as your "logical" politics. What is a "tangible" description of a political position anyway? I think that aemjeff has made amply clear in a number of posts that he is a political moderate, even by the dubious standards of a "libertarian conservative."

I have no idea, and neither do you, what you mean by a "logical" approach to politics. If you think that "libertarian conservativism" is a logical, mainstream position in American politics, then I think you need to review the meaning of conservatism and perhaps brush up your on logic: the last I heard the principle of contradiction still stands.
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