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Message Subject Why Liberals Prefer Star Trek, and Conservatives Star Wars.
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explain why you would rather live in the Star Trek world than the Star wars one
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12373605


For me personally. The science thing. Id probably fit right on the crew.

Star wars has too much religious lore and hippy bullshit. Id be down with Han Solo or Bobba Fet though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28648467


Exactly. Liberals do not like religious lore. However I do not agree that Star Wars has hippy BS, Star Wars is rough, they are in a constant battle for the force and the galaxy, the Jedi Order itself says they are not there to preserve peace, they are there to protect the republic, even if it means all out war as shown in Attack of the Clones. However in Star Trek, the Next Generation, every, almost every single dilemma is solved through diplomatic processes.
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Not true. The federation had to go to war a lot. Especially against the Borg.
 Quoting: ISO

if you examine the enemies of the federation, and past enemies, they are the Klingons, Romulans, and Borg. All of which have HEAVY nationalistic ideals and brotherhood, they are individual, the borg to not conform to other traditions rather they assimilate others into their own culture, Klingons believe in their military superiority and their warrior traditions, and because of this they have a bitter relation with the Federation, only kept at peace because the Federation NEEDS them during war, just as the Anti-War Liberals are fine with the military when they NEED them. Liberals will complain about the police 24/7, but when they're attacked they LOVE the police.
 
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