12. Instead, I find the GOP / Cons as socialistic and communistic.
The difference comes from whom they benefit and and whom they involve.
A greedy subset of the rich unionize / communalize creating and using think-tanks and their crossover corporate boards of directors in ways to effect information control and control of so-called elected officials and which elected officials manage to become officials.
They accept the resulting rich-socialized tax rates and power positions.
What they don't want is for unionization / socialization / communization to apply to all people, instead of just their socio-economic peers.
The bigger problem is that we are the same. We don't want it to apply to all people either, we just want it to apply to fellow Americans.