β€œThe essential disposition of the liberal mind is a belief that almost anything can be solved by government. Conservatives reject this as unmitigated hubris resulting in unrealistic goals and excessive costs. The liberal favors action, even at a high cost, and even better if that action is collective in nature. Rhetorically, everything becomes the moral equivalent of war β€” the war on poverty, the war on inequality, the war on COVID-19 β€” because only in war do we plan and execute with feverish collectivism. β€œ – Dan Crenshaw