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We are all conservative according one or more definitions, I have listed two common ones below, one noun and one adjective. Each one of wants their lives to be good and steady and getting better as they advance in life but for some reason there are rifts that on the surface separate us. These rifts are what the electeds want and need . Any small opening to get separation is what was used  in Pre WWII Germany and during. For the sake of a discussion I believe there are few if any citizen who doesn’t want the best for their families. The political establishment (this includes big money donors and the people we have elected sometimes too often) sends the constant stream of messages that extol the virtues of their party and the lack of virtues of the opposition. The reality is that neither party is doing us any great service. The ideal group is a mix of both extremes (yes they are extremes) but folks who are actually working for us instead of telling us more dare I say “lies” solely designed to get them elected where they can do the work of their rich supporters. Example: current proposed “tax reform”, this “reform” will at once benefit most people who are on the high side of income. The so called middle and lower class will benefit not at all after several years. If you espouse conservatism as your mantle then you probably part of the problem as you are narrowly focused allowing the richest to keep theirs and take yours.

Con serv·a·tive
kənˈsərvədiv/
adjective
adjective: conservative

holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion.
synonyms:
traditionalist, traditional, conventional, orthodox, old-fashioned, dyed-in-the-wool, hidebound, unadventurous, set in one’s ways; More
moderate, middle-of-the-road, buttoned-down.

noun: conservative; plural noun: conservatives

a person who is averse to change and holds to traditional values and attitudes, typically in relation to politics.
synonyms:
right-winger, reactionary, rightist, diehard; More
Republican.

Again I call your attention to 1930’s Germany and after. Lies were the basis of the war and it’s aftermath.

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