Canadian political organization, previously known as the Reform party (in the 1870s). Governed Canada for all but thirty years of the twentieth century. Usually feels itself to be the 'natural governing party' of Canada: often corrupt, and becomes even more so when the opposition is fragmented. Recently almost self-destructed in the wake of a particularly well documented and obvious corruption scandal. Has always shown great talent for re-inventing itself when necessary, willing to contort itself into any position necessary to win votes (at least east of Winnipeg). Presently in rebuilding mode in the wake of the recent scandal.
The Liberal party usually wins based on seats in Eastern Canada -- It's rare for them to do very well in the west.
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The opposition party to labour in Australian politics. Also known as the right winged, clueless poverty rapers who take a liking to jacking off to the wealth they preserve for "Australia's future". The party is a highly conservative embarassment, that is slow to jump on the 'gay equality wagon'. As they are largely responsible for gay marriage not being legal yet in most of the states. Tony Abbot is the leader,he has an unusual speech impairment as he does not answer questions when addressed. He resorts to nodding awkwardly in silence instead, usually for an extensive period of time ranging between 20-30 seconds.
The liberal party are only in power because they were the last option.
by Zigabub December 17, 2013