Liberal Vs. Conservative
Democrat Vs. Republican
What's the Difference?
by
David Redmond




     



In todays jumbled world of American politics, two key buzz words that are constantly thrown around are those of "Liberal" and "Conservative". It has gotten so confusing that most people cannot define what a liberal is or what a conservative is. A liberal is generally thought to be someone who supports large government with heavily funded social programs and favors social engineering. The Democratic Party is considered by most Americans to be a liberal political party. A conservative, on the other hand, is generally thought to be someone who supports small government, does not support government funded social programs and is against any form of social engineering. The Republican Party is considered by most Americans to be a conservative political party. Both parties tend to be defined by their supposed interpretation of the Constitution. Of course, both liberals and conservatives, Democrats and Republicans claim that they observe and support the Constitution of the United States, but as we shall see both the liberal and conservative agendas are diametrically opposed to the Constitution.

To support the statements made so far, let us take a look at the American political focus as it exists today. Whenever the Liberal/Democratic wing criticizes the Conservative/Republican wing, their harshest criticism is to refer to them as Nazis. Therefore, in the eyes of most Americans, the most extreme form of conservative or right wing politics is National Socialism. On the other hand, whenever the Conservative/Republican wing criticizes the Liberal/Democratic wing, their harshest criticism is to refer to them as Communists. Therefore, in the eyes of most Americans, the most extreme form of liberal or left wing politics is Marxist Communism. This produces a most profound picture of American politics. At the extreme left of the American political focus we have Communism and at the extreme right of the American political focus we have National Socialism. Both Communism and National Socialism are Socialist entities. In between these two we find the Democratic and Republican parties. In conclusion, we can only infer that the political focus of America today is Socialist and in fact, the political reality is that America has become a socialist state.

An interesting paradox is that the comparison of the Democrats to Communists and the Republicans to Nazis is not far off of the mark. The support base of the Democrats consists of farmers, trade unionists, and university intelligentsia. This is the same support base of the Communists in the 1917 revolution in Russia which led to the formation of the Soviet Union. Another similarity of Democrats and Communists is that both are extremely driven by political ideology and lust for power. The support base of the Republicans consists of corporate/industrial businesses and the military. This is the same support base of the Nazis that came to power in Germany under the leadership of Adolf Hitler. Another similarity of Republicans and Nazis is that both are extremely driven by greed and lust for power. The paradox is that the political direction of both the Republican and Democratic parties seems to be mirroring the socialist entities in which they are compared with. Another interesting phenomena is that both Democrats and Republicans appear to hate each other as much as the Communists and Nazis hated each other.

To reiterate a statement previously made above, America has become a socialist state. Article IV, Section 4 of the Constitution guarantees a Republican form of government. Therefore, while our government is still organized in accordance with the Constitution, it's execution of office is blatantly unconstitutional because it consistently passes socialist legislation that is contrary to the proscribed limits of it's authority.

Both Republican and Democratic parties have colluded over decades to pass legislation instituting a socialist form of government and at the same time working to strip away our rights recognized by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. I say recognized because our forefathers knew that these rights were God given not bestowed by any form of man inspired government. Democrats and Republicans have together worked to implement the 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto into the law of the land (See: Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto). They have together worked to enact legislation limiting our right to perform public Christian practices, enacted legislation limiting our right to arm ourselves, implemented a direct tax on income/property, they have denied foundational rights of property, denied right of due process of law, and many other rights inherent to Americans.

In conclusion, the question has been asked "what is the difference between a liberal and a conservative?" A liberal and a conservative in American government today can no longer be defined within the constraints of the Constitution of the United States.
In America today, the answer to this question can only be answered in view of our nation's socialist political structure. A liberal is defined as a liberal socialist and a conservative is defined as a conservative socialist. Concerning the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, the issue has become not one of which political philosophy by which to apply the powers granted by the Constitution, but has become which brand of Socialist philosophy is going to prevail in America: Communism or National Socialism.
God help us!



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