1) Stereotypical, close-minded being of Abrahamic-Religious origins. Usually resistant to social change, and the freedom of practice. They may feel that their beliefs are morally right. He or she may believe in charity, and kindness, but it is usually applied to people of their own beliefs. Some may be selfish, and create conflict to change a national policy in their favor, without thinking about minorities, or the violation of a constitution.
2) Stereotypical non-intellectual, Southern American Citizen, "Redneck" for slang. Usually depicted as a white, Evangelical Christian, who supports hate-groups such as, the Ku Klux Klan, the National Socialist Party, or God Hates Fags. They are a menace to freedom.
3) One who believes that life should revolve around a book, rather than common sense, and individualism.
Not all Liberals or Conservatives are the same. But I see that many Conservatives are too judgmental, close-minded, and hateful of minorities, or people outside of their beliefs. Do you really want to be depicted as a barrier to social freedom? I am not some hippie on drugs, or a prostitute. I am an individual who feels for others, OUTSIDE of my religion, family, or race. The same goes for Atheists. You may think we worship Satan, but we believe Satan, or god does not exist. I try not to be too judgmental as well, but that is human nature. It is better to be independent from political parties. I am morally liberal, but I do not favor gun control.