American Political Agendas Made Simple!
Political agendas in the United States may seem complicated, but they're really simple. In this article I examine conservative, moderate and liberal agendas and what they mean to you and me, as defined as 'normal' people in the world, that is, people with little real knowledge of politics except what happens to them as a result thereof.
The Conservative Agenda
The conservative agenda is to create a fearful, dependent underclass that they can use as they will to amass greater wealth for the ultra-wealthy people they serve. To create this underclass, conservatives cut taxes to multi-million-dollar corporations while they cut services to middle- and lower-income families, while simultaneously cutting back governmental regulatory agencies that are supposed to protect these same middle- and lower-class income families. In addition, they sow fear among the people by focusing their attention on an enemy, real or imagined, instead of the fact that their quality of life is rapidly declining. A war does the job very nicely. That is why conservatives are always likely to start one. All in all it works pretty well.
Conservatives are pro-gun because a well armed populace has good reason to fear its neighbor, and fear is the conservative's best friend.
The Moderate Agenda
Moderates hope to sneak into power without making too many waves. They like to agree with the majority whenever possible because they think that will make them popular, and no one will notice until it's too late that they have grabbed all the top spots in the United States Congress and are diverting all funding to their contractor and business buddies back in their home states.
Because moderates try so hard to stay under the radar of the public at large, they are only moderately successful at lining the wallets of their clients. Therefore they do not attract as much funding from the ultra-wealthy as conservatives and liberals do. They are generally nice people who don't want to harm anyone, but just want to milk the system for all the cash they can get in a peaceful, unassuming kind of way.
They are generally nice people and usually get re-elected once they sneak into office.
The Liberal Agenda
Liberals want to create a welfare state where the government decides everything you do from the way you live to the way you die. Their strategy is to maintain a good quality of life for middle- and lower-income families so that they will be complacent and not interfere as their elected officials get their personal friends and relatives high paying Washington jobs and lucrative government contracts.
Liberals are anti-gun because they are anti-fear. They are pro-apathy and pro-complacency.
Many Hollywood celebrities support the liberal agenda, because they know that happy, contented people spend more on entertainment than fearful, worried people.
So you see, the three big groups of politicians in the United States, conservatives, moderates, and liberals, all have the same agenda. They want to get your money and give it to their friends. And they all do a very, very good job indeed!