Many on the BB believe that theological liberalism and political liberalism go together. They might but they also might not just as theological fundamentalism and political conservation may or may not go together. When the word "Liberal" is tossed around posters need to define what they mean by liberal. Actually, there aren't many if any real political liberals on the board. Practically all who are denigrated by the title of liberal are actually moderate. Especially erroneous is to assume that all Democrats are liberal. It's actually wrong to assume that all Republicans are conservative as the last president demonstrated. It's also a mistake to say that because a person votes for a candidate they accept all of their policies. That assumes that there is an imaginative "perfect candidate" out there who exactly matches your political philosophy. I've never found such a candidate and I've voted in Presidential elections for over 40 years. Just to make another thing clear, I haven't run into anyone one this board who supports the "Right to Choose." I certainly don't. So if anyone starts calling me a "baby killer" again because I voted for Obama I'll return the favor. Both statements would be false so why get into it?