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Are you saying that if money can buy justice, you don't want it? Then what are we doing in Iraq?
Also, equating liberalism with desire for justice is right. But, using that to equate it to greed is illogical.
ADJECTIVE: Inflected forms: greedĀ·iĀ·er, greedĀ·iĀ·est
1. Excessively desirous of acquiring or possessing, especially wishing to possess more than what one needs or deserves.