It's not much of a secret that most conservatives have been conditioned to reject any stance or action, political or otherwise, based on skin color.
I wouldn't say "conditioned" or "reject", um... but isn't it even more problematic to run through life constantly associating stances, actions, and politics to people's skin color? That smacks strongly of racial profiling.
What happened to judging based on the content of character and not the color of their skin? I'll absolutely agree with the corollary that liberals make direct association between people's actions, positions, and politics and their skin color. And not just skin color but any identity group they can put people in. This is one of my biggest problems with modern liberal ideology, in fact.
It's what leads someone like Albright to stand at a podium and declare that there's a special place in **** for women who don't help other women, while ironically supporting Hillary Clinton (who did just that and worse with regard to women assaulted, abused, or mistreated by her husband). Nope. Ignore Clinton's actions, and just look at her ***, and then argue that all other people with the same *** must support her run for office. Not because of her politics, ideology, or past actions, but purely because of what's between her legs.
That's what's wrong with the liberal ideology. So yeah, I'm more than happy to be labeled as a conservatives who doesn't do that. Proudly, in fact.
Did you intend that to be a negative thing? Cause I don't see it that way at all.