stereotyping is a real time saver but in the end it will just make you sound like a tool
let's break it down.
1) liberals oppose gun rights.
2) they oppose the right to home school, despite every statistic indicating the academic superiority of home schooled children.
3) they seek to punish people for their thoughts and beliefs through "hate crime" legislation. the constitution explicitly protects unpopular thoughts and ideas. the expression of popular and socially acceptable thoughts and ideas rarely needs protection, after all.
4) liberals support the existence of an ever expanding welfare state that systematically erodes individual dignity and liberty.
5) liberals support the observation of international law in the course of formulating american law.
6) liberals hold personal property rights in contempt, as evidenced by the eagerness with which they impose arbitrary environmental regulations on land owners and businesses. oh, and these regulations are imposed by an unelected government agency with no accountability. and yes, i know the EPA was formed by nixon. if you think he was a conservative, you have a limited understanding of american politics.
7) liberals use concocted terms like "separation of church and state" for the purpose of eliminating public displays of religion, particularly christianity.
that's about as far as i can go for now. my mind is ravaged by the flu.
if anyone is thinking about countering this post with an outline of george w. bush's many anti-constitutional behaviors (or those of any other neo-conservative politician), don't bother. it's both predictable and inaccurate. bush was not a conservative, and neo-conservatism is not conservatism. go examine ron paul's beliefs and point out the flaws there if you truly want to debate the merits or faults of real conservatism versus modern american liberalism. i suspect you won't have such an easy go of it if that's the template.