This is the title of a great essay by Rick Moran, available at the American Thinker website.
I'm not shy about charging liberals with Bush Derangement Syndrome when appropriate, and criticizing obviously political moves that seem more about damaging Republicans than benefiting the country. Specifically, during the last seven years Democrats have very often acted in ways that placed their own self-interest above our efforts to combat terrorism.
But I do not feel animosity toward the liberal/progressive worldview. I have traditionally described the liberal/conservative difference as one of glass half empty vs. glass half full. Both sides want a better America, but one side chooses to concentrate on the defects that need correcting, while the other concentrates on all the things we have done right and asks why we can't help others to achieve the same things. As Moran points out in his essay, both are essential for true democracy.
And happy birthday America. I truly love this nation.