Because you seem to have an incomprehensibly hard time accepting that there's more than just "liberals" and "conservatives", I will lay out my political views for you to see.
I believe in government controlled and funded public education.
I believe in political but not corporate globalization.
The primary job of a governing body should be to make the highest number of people, the most happy, for the longest period of time.
I feel attack ads by any party should be banned during election campaigns, forcing candidates to rely on public reaction to their stance on the issues.
I believe in corporate tax cuts on the condition that executives of said corporations, making more than 100k annually pay a flat 15% tax rate.
Those making less than 10k/year should be exempt from income tax.
Money is a system of measurement, saying that one is out of money is akin to a carpenter saying he can't finish a job because he is out of inches.
One should not pay for a war with deficit spending.
Oil is a necessary resource and as such we are unable to lower our dependency on it, however, because it can't possibly last forever(as no resource truly can), we need to be looking into alternatives and implementing them over the next few decades.
Capitalism and a free market economy are necessary for the success of any nation in the world today.
We are not a civilised race. We are merely technologically advanced, and technological advancement is not the same as being civilised. We are animals with computers.
I hate Isreal, but I don't have any problems at all with people of Jewish descent. Hating a country and its actions doesn't mean you hate it's people.
I believe that politicians/celebrities are normal people like the rest of us and their lives outside of their jobs shouldn't have to be an open book.
I believe that elected officials should collect no paycheck. One should decide to serve the people because they want to, not because they want to be paid to do so.
I believe in an electoral system where one can vote for both a local rep and the leader of a nation separately from one another, with actual votes being used to make the final decision, and without an electoral college.
To declare war or send troops to any foreign nation should require a 90% majority in senate/house/parliament/etc.
Religion has no place in government.
Marijuana should be legalized but controlled and taxed by the government, thus simultaneously lowering crime rates, and increasing the "cash wealth" of the nation.
Drugs proven to be physically addictive should be kept illegal, but there should be easier access to a rehabilitation program that costs less than the addictive drugs themselves.
I believe corporate lobbying should be illegal and punishable by a large fine to both the individual lobbyists and the conmpanies that hire them.
There is no such thing as a natural right. By definition rights are given by a governing body and hence are not naturallly occurring.
I think Locke was an idiot.
I also think Marx is irrelevant in modern times.
I think anyone who feels the need to buy expensive things to feel better about themselves and to show off their social status and higher level of "wealth" is an idiot.
I could go on, but I think that's enough as is, and it's already a bit long for something of no real consequence. Stop calling me a Liberal, stop watching tv news, start reading intellectual literature.