The first distinction between a liberal and a conservative by the way they earn their food. To the liberal, going to the store is easy. No thought process is needed except for the question “Paper or plastic?” This is not a skill passed down from generation to generation, just a way of life. The family converses what they would like to eat and a list is made. He doesn’t spend time teaching them any real skills that will be useful to survive in an emergency situation. On the other hand, the conservative teaches his family a trade. He shows them how to distinguish different animals, how to dress appropriately, and how to survive an emergency. The biggest lesson he teaches them to do is shoot a gun. He also teaches them the importance of the circle of life and to give thanks to the animal he kills, which will feed his family. Through these lessons they respect others and do more as a family. The next distinction is how the liberal and the conservative view guns. To the liberal, guns kill people. Also he feels guns are so complex that special training is necessary to use them properly and should only be used by the professionals. He feels that guns kill people and at the end of the day, dangerous guns become even more dangerous when they plummet into the wrong hands. But to the conservative, guns don’t kill people; people kill people. To them, shooting a gun exists as a sport—hunting, competitive shooting, and the Olympics. Among these sports are average everyday people, which have friendly competitions with each other.
Finally, the best distinction between liberal and conservative is how