1. Your Beliefs and Values
I believe that I’m more of a left sider but still in the middle ground. A
capitalist society to grant some freedoms but the liberal to have laws in
place to keep us safe for the greater good of the society.
People are entitled to the money they earn but they are also in debt to
society (because that’s who made them rich or better off) to repay
them by means of which the government takes into hand of taxation.
With this money all people of the faction are entitled to benefit,
whether it’s by public roads, welfare for the less fortunate, or public
The so called “no freedom” of government is lightly taken to some,
through government many needs are met though roads, transport,
safety laws (seat belts, speed limits) environmental limitations est.
without these protocols or laws that we are regarded to follow, society
as a whole will have separation between the classes and will eventually
lead to an uprising up the lower majorities to over throw management
and create equality throughout all. Only through government standards
are we really free from not only our selves but others in general, and
the “free decisions” they make.
In regards to the past and conservatism. If we always try to keep old
traditions and the ways of our fore fathers we will always get what they
did. There will be not advancement from technology and only one way
to come to any conclusion about topics regarding. By trying new ideas
new inventions or innovations we are able to come to endless new
possibilities and creations.
2. With a Christian background it has lead me to believe that good can
come from any situation regardless of the control. We have the right to
free choice but should have some regulations over others for our safety
even if this may affect our rights of freedom, but this is to the greater
good. People and governments can be trusted to limitations on each of
them, and “it is our right, nay our responsibility to stand up for what we
believe in and what we think is right.”