What They Really Mean: Liberal Terms Clarified
| June 2003 | Chris Hoops
On any given day you may have interaction with someone who leans left of center; most likely you will hear many canned terms. The following are explanations of what is really meant by the words and phrases used by liberals.
Public Interest: A liberal cause.
Special Interest: A conservative cause.
Federal Spending: The consistent wasting of tax money for unconstitutional expenditures that have no positive benefits for its actual source (i.e. Tax Payers).
Democracy: Letting us [i.e. liberals] choose your leaders.
Peace: When all opposition to the socialist movement has been silenced through propaganda, imprisonment or violence.
Truth: A bit of information which is manipulated into what we want you to think.
Indoctrination: The impartation of any belief incompatible with socialism.
Public Education: The impartation of any belief compatible with socialism.
Socialism: A system of government where a few people are forced by guilt, taxation and/or incarceration to pay for other people’s problems.
Religious Extremist: One who holds to any set of ideologies that does not accept or coincide with the socialist or atheistic worldviews.
WASP (“White Anglo-Saxon Protestant”): A derogatory term used by white liberals to distribute their liberal guilt. A WASP is anyone who is of European descent and is the designated scapegoat for things their ancestors may or may not have done.
Racism: Any disagreement that a white person may have with someone else who is not white.
Racial Tension: The fear that you may be sued for talking and acting normal.
Civil Liberties: Rights that are given and can be easily revoked by the government.
Social Justice: Counteracting racism with more racism (i.e. Affirmative Action)
Affirmative Action: Forcing employers to use social justice to appease the ACLU.
ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union): Hatemongering race-baiting businessmen.