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I have listed the most common title we use in politics today and many associate themselves with one or the other even some version of all. The mindset of a label appears to me to more of a cover than a belief. This what the political establishment and their handlers want, they want you to be labeled so you are easily identified to them for the purpose of targeted messages. It is possible your stated “cover label” may not put you as far away from someone else as YOU think. We all want good government, we all want a strong country and we all want prosperity. These goals are possible through the election process. The people we elect are the power we have to accomplish these goals but we have to punch them in the face if we see them going in a different direction. The punch is a merely a way of saying “unseat them” in the election cycle. The folks depend on BS and innuendo to stay in office not actual accomplishments. If this information does not invoke thoughts of where you stand then we are still going to have an ineffective Congress and thereby an ineffective Government. The titular head of Government is not as important as the people we elect every 2 and 4 years. The key to good government is knowledge not “labels”.

Conservative.
adjective
1.
disposed to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restore traditional ones, and to limit change.

Liberal:adjective
1.
favorable to progress or reform, as in political or religious affairs.
2.
(often initial capital letter) noting or pertaining to a political party advocating measures of progressive political reform.

Right wing: noun
1.
members of a conservative or reactionary political party, or those opposing extensive political reform.
2.
such a political party or a group of such parties.
3.
that part of a political or social organization advocating a conservative or reactionary position:
The union’s right wing favored a moderate course of action.

Left wing: noun
1.
members of a liberal or radical political party, or those favoring extensive political reform.
2.
such a party or a group of such parties.
3.
the part of a political or social organization advocating a liberal or radical position.

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