- Mar 10, 2006
- Reaction score
- A blue state
- Political Leaning
- Very Liberal
aquapub said:Conservatives care about those things a great deal and can usually cite you any part from any of the founding documents, etc. We study history. But then again, conservatives have affection for their country, hence, they are reluctant to see it changed, whereas liberals (see little/nothing to preserve about this country-which is how they always get labelled, "unpatriotic") and many, many immigrants would have us change all sorts of things about it that make it America.
My stepdad is from Italy. My stepmom is from Tazmania. My great-grandparents are from England. My uncles and one grandfather are from Cuba. There are more, but I suspect you get the picture. I would be willing to bet I understand immigrants better than most people, and my experience teaches me that they are selective about what they want to keep in this country-and, because they aren't from here, a great deal of them would have us change things that mean nothing to them, but mean the world to America and middle America.
Wow, I didn't know conservatives had a monopoly on loving this country. Did you ever stop to think that maybe liberals support change because they think the country can get even better than it already is?