"It's much harder to be a liberal than a conservative. Why? Because it is easier to give someone the finger than a helping hand."
I think one of the big differences between liberals and conservatives is deep down in their core nature. While conservatives often claim near saintliness by listing what they've done for charity, a lot of times it's really for tax deductions and/or contributions to Christian churches. When it comes to non-Christians, liberals, Mexicans, Muslims, and other minorities, the helping hands from conservatives get rarer and rarer, but the metaphorical middle fingers become far too common. Most Republicans would rather people die from a lack of healthcare (e.g. there was 45,000 related deaths in 2009) than have a tax hike. If that doesn't make this quote true, I don't know what does.