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I'm not sure if I passed or failed this test.
Some of it is sadly true.
I will add this, though.
A conservative is convinced he has all the answers.
A liberal knows he doesn't. But he is not afraid of that.
Yes, dealing in objective reality rather than relying on 'feelings' and emotions does tend to give one actual, tangible and often plausible answers, however, unlike most liberals, we are also open to the possibility that those answers aren't entirely correct.
On the other hand, they do tend to always be consistent with our values and beliefs . . .
8/10. That's better.
I feel like that after some of our conversations
It's worth doing just to see the celebrity mugshot.
5/10. I should know this stuff!
"A conservative is convinced he has all the answers.
A liberal knows he doesn't. But he is not afraid of that."
I'd reverse that.
I've never met a conservative who can admit to being wrong.
Well... perhaps there is a rare occasion...