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This debate title is a tautology.
Liberals are liberal, hence their name.
Do you mean the American Democratic Party? They're pretty damn center, but nowhere near as bad as they could be. It is a shame, Americans, that you don't know what it is like to live in a nation that is so afraid of change, so afraid of all these scary banned words. In regular countries, children fear the bogeyman in the closet. In America, children fear the communist going around taking away anything that makes him better than his age-mates.
Terminator Salvation is out of the equation, considering that Schwarzenegger had nothing to do with it; however, he has been involved in various other projects: The Expendables, appearing for the first time next to Willis (and the legendary Sylvester Stallone), Predator, which spawned many sequels and was lauded by many as one of the greatest action films of the century; Commando, Total Recall, and the two Conan films are more examples of his greatness.
Where was Bruce Willis whilst Arnold was making some of the most memorable examples of the action genre? Moonlighting.
Bruce Willis may have more versatility in that he can act in a variety of movies - Arnold, too, has done a variety - but Schwarzenegger has proven that he is more than just an actor: governor, bodybuilder, action star. He may not have the filmography of Bruce Willis, but you must remember that these other endeavours have taken up quite a bit of his time; memorable in the films he has starred in, he has appeared as Hercules, as The Terminator in one of the highest rated film franchises ever made, and even as a cop-cum-kindergarten teacher.
Bruce Willis may have been in some classics, but Arnold is Arnold. He has the body and the style of a true action hero, and the cinematic masterpieces to back up such a claim. From playing Hercules to a kindergarten teacher, he shows off his excellence in action heroism, never failing to excite and amaze.
Where's the "Nobody should vote. Democracy is bullshit" option? Well, I guess that's how new debates are come up with.
Educated people - depending on just how educated you're talking - can be out of touch with reality. They shouldn't be held as the deciders of right and wrong, they're just people.
Everybody should decide what is right and wrong for themselves. Vote AnarchY!