Democracy, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Choice, and all that good stuff.Quote by: finder
Depends what you mean by "freedom". Running around punching people in the nose is freedom too. But if by freedom, you mean a society that maximises human potential and liberty, then yes some entitlments are freedom.Do government entitlements equate to "freedom" for liberals?
Cant answer this question, there is no way to know that the optimmum taxation rate is unless we know the context. In the future we may be engaged in a war that requires very very high taxation. Trying to set an upper limit is folly.What level of taxation is the most they need and will never ask for more beyond it, if granted?
It is a moral request. If one guy has all the bread in the town, and everbody else is going to starve, is it moral to take the bread and share it up, or is it more coercion?Is forcefully taking from a few for the benefit of many a moral request or is it coercion?
Many liberals do not give acknowledgement to hard working companies. Actually many liberals of the "occupying" sort seem to buy into conspiracy theories that companies are the biggest evil in the world.Do liberals acknowledge that corporations are entities made up of people of which the majority put in a lot of sweat and sacrifice to make the company the economic success and providers of essential goods or services that it is?
Don't know.Are there any government programs the liberals are willing to declare obsolete outside of military expenditures that are only about 3.2% of our gdp? http://www.wisegeek.com/what-percent...n-military.htm