Criminals lie about their culpability in crimes (as in: Not guilty, your honor).
Liberals lie about their political intentions (as in: If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor).
Criminals take your money (as in: Hands up. Your money or your life).
Liberals take your money (as with the IRS: we’re just seeking economic justice for the vast underclass who have been so miserably mistreated these many years under the scourge of capitalism).
Criminals conduct illegal aliens across our border.
Liberals state that immigration is “broken”, that they won’t enforce current immigration laws, and as a result illegal aliens flood across our border.
The definition of a criminal is one who disobeys or violates laws, and criminals will disobey any law they disagree with or that they find inconvenient. Obama has selectively enforced the laws he likes but has publicly stated that he will allow illegal aliens to cross our border at their leisure, and then identifies the resulting border disaster as proof that he must ignore current immigration law and create new law that he likes better and finds more convenient for his political purposes.
Even the argument that liberals make asserting that the money they take from the earners helps the poor and underprivileged is a lie because time and decades of ever-expanding welfare have shown that the pittance welfare recipients get from the government only entraps them in poverty, with the intention by the liberals dishing out the money that the recipients will vote liberal in future elections.
Walter Williams has frequently made the point that much of our tax money is just legalized theft (take from those who earn money and give to those who don’t earn but only take), and he’s correct. If citizen A takes money from citizen B to give to citizen C it’s considered theft. But the government can take B’s money all day long and give it to C, D and a host of other citizens of the government’s choosing (including vast wastefulness and duplication, also of the government’s choosing) and this is called compassion.