Mankind just loves to put people into categories. Once we do that we can then begin to take a position. Once we take a position, the other position is wrong. We love to fight and argue and we need positions to argue from.
There are many ways of creating categories but one of the most popular is to put people into the position of being a liberal or a conservative. The danger is in expressing an opinion on something. Once I express a position I am immediately put into a camp. I am a liberal if I support climate change regardless of any other position on any other subject I may hold. I am a conservative if I am against abortion, again that is regardless of any other position on any other subject I may hold.
But of course Jesus was neither a conservative nor a liberal.
C.S. Lewis has this to say about extremes:
“I feel a strong desire to tell you—and I expect you feel a strong desire to tell me—which of these two errors is the worse. That is the devil getting at us. He always sends errors into the world in pairs—pairs of opposites. And he always encourages us to spend a lot of time thinking which is the worse. You see why, of course? He relies on your extra dislike of the one error to draw you gradually into the opposite one. But do not let us be fooled. We have to keep our eyes on the goal and go straight through between both errors. We have no other concern than that with either of them.”
Lewis, C. S.. Mere Christianity (p. 77). HarperCollins Publishers. Kindle Edition.