- n. Plural form of conservative.
“In a sense, he's a community organizer, the term conservatives used to mock Obama.”
“Using what it calls conservatives estimates, GFI says the outflows have cost the average African nearly $1,000 dollars since 1970.”
“Her social activism does not shed light on whether she has, as a trial judge or later on the appellate bench, been a 'judicial activist' -- the derogatory label conservatives sometimes apply to liberal jurists.”
“Most are divided into two main groups; what we call conservatives and liberals.”
“One recurring point that keeps being expressed by "conservatives" is that "... we express fear ..." over this and that.”
“Yeah, knuckle draggin '"conservatives" sabotaged it!”
“Most non-Republicans agree that modern conservatives is deeply intertwined with racism.”
“I think the problem with American conservatives is that many of them are Puritans.”
“Vapid crowing by conservatives is doing what Martha Coakley could not – getting Massachusetts Democrats fired up to vote.”
“The point here is that even if a new subway system is planned for a dense area, you will certain conservatives up in arms.”
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