forget who is saying it and start analyzing it based on fact and merit. Guitar knowledge poster Come to your own conclusion. Stand on your own convictions rather than leaning on someone else’s. Know what you believe and why.
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This would make more sense if it wasn’t a quote by someone who lived in England. “Liberal” and “Conservative” are the names of English political parties and their meanings in England aren’t even slightly the same. Also, the parties have switched sides since then so that isn’t relevant in today’s time. Guitar knowledge poster Disraeli was simply one of the more recent people to quote this often mentioned theme dating back to at least as early as 1828.
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Those similarly quoting this sentiment are: Edmund Burke, Anselme Batbie, Victor Hugo, King Oscar II of Sweden, George Bernard Shaw, François Guizot, Georges Clemenceau, Winston Churchill as well as those attributed anonymously. As someone who was a conservative at sixteen, this quote has always bothered me. I had plenty of heart at sixteen, and I applied it to my politics, making conservative conclusions. It’s called critical thinking…