Conservative: (adj) a person who is averse to change
I have never and will never jump off a cliff with a bungee cord.
Unless the airplane is going to crash, I have no intention of sky diving.
I don’t think it’s a good idea to take my monthly rent and gamble it in Las Vegas.
I have noticed that having sex with too many different partners opens the door to veneral disease.
I find it unwise to run red lights in heavy traffic.
Eating jalapenos seems to be an interesting idea until a couple of days pass and you find out why you shouldn’t eat so many of them.
Even though I am desperately against judging people, I would like to distance myself from certain folks who are about to be judged by the Natural Order.
Some daredevils would read this list and say, “Aha! A conservative!”
I also believe in loving my neighbor as myself.
I think we are the caretakers of the Earth and should be careful how we use it, lest we lose it.
I do not see anything wrong whatsoever with racial mixing, and for us to become unified in the human race.
I am curious about whether solar energy could be useful for us, so we don’t have to burn the juices of dead dinosaurs or steam up coal chunks with smoke destroying the atmosphere.
I don’t believe there’s a great difference between men and women, but instead, promote the idea of equality.
I think religion is fine as long as it’s not religious, making people feel less, thinking that God will love them more.
I don’t evaluate people based upon their bedroom habits–since it is not my intention to share a bedroom with them.
A politician from Mississippi would read my list and say, “Aha! A Yankee liberal!”
And you wonder why I have grown weary and exhausted with categories and titles.
Published by Jonathan Cring