Cleek's Law

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Cleek's law is an internet adage, describing a facet of American politics, which states:

Today’s conservatism is the opposite of what liberals want today, updated daily.

That is, American political conservatism is inherently reactionary and takes positions, more often than not, which are simply rejections of policies liberals put forward.

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  1. "Cleek's Law | ok-cleek". Retrieved 2020-01-31.


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