Explain the differences between liberal, moderate, and conservative.
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"Conservatives believe the nation is strongest when each individual takes responsibility for him or her self. The fewer laws, the better, because laws abridge freedom- and that freedom includes the ability to "choose to fail". Anyone who "chooses to fail" should not be assisted by government fiat."
"Liberals believe the Constitution gives the US the framework to assist all citizens as needed, and that the price of freedom is more than blood, it is also the onus to assist those less fortunate than oneself. Liberals don't necessarily want bigger government, they want more effective government:"
"Moderates are in the middle- just as the name implies. A difficult bunch to label because each individual likes different bits of the competing buffets.
"Here's the thing: Liberals drive change, conservatives drive stability. Without both, the balance is off-kilter, and the nation doesn't work."