Have you ever wondered where the political term "Left," or "Right" came from? Or, maybe even what it means?
Well, Grasshopper, I, The Chuckmeister, have the answer for you. I mean, after all, where else would you turn for the answer to this, or any other question?
After all, providing the answer to existential questions such as this one is why God put me here.
The political term "Left" and "Right" is age-old. No one can remember exactly when it first began to be used as the go-to definition for the Democrats and Republicans amongst us. But it first began to be used by my reckoning early in the 20th Century, perhaps during the Wilson administration. And it refers, quite simply, to the fact that the Democrats in the United States House of Representatives Chamber sit to the left of the Speaker of the House, from his perspective, up there in that pulpit-looking thingie. And the Republicans sit to his viewing right.
So, as he sees that august body, the Liberals are to his left, as he looks out over the body, and the Conservatives are to his right. Thus, those of a liberal persuasion are termed "the Left," and conservatives are termed "the Right."
Or, as the Chuckmeister terms them, those to the "Left" are big government-embracing, high-tax desiring, gun-hating, free speech-limiting, open borders-demanding, redistributionist weenies, who believe the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are "living and breathing" documents that need to be rewritten and reinterpreted every now and then, by THEM; and those to the "Right" are God-fearing, gun-toting, 'Murica-loving, free speech-demanding, flag-waving, military-embracing, tax-hating, strict Constitution interpretationalist small government Patriots, who believe wholeheartedly in self-determination and personal responsibility.
Now, you might choose to take issue with my definitions. But you'd be hard-pressed to come up with more gloriously expressive ways of defining them.