Micah, I'd just like to stop you here before you get too far. If you continue to persist with this, it's only going to serve to further damage any credibility you may have left.
You are correct in saying that a "square" clubface would technically hit the ball far and straight, but only if it is square to your path EVERY time you hit a ball. If it's the slightest bit open you bring a draw or a fade into play, making for more inconsistency than a clubface that is always slightly shut or open to the swingpath.
You see, if you tried to hit a straight shot using your method the result would be inconsistent at best. You might hit 2/10 that were reasonably straight, but then hit 4 with a draw and 4 with a fade. This means that 8/10th of your shots didn't really go where you wanted them to and, to make things worse, you have no way of predicting which way you will miss.
When I hit a golf ball with my preferred push-draw, I know that 1 of two things will happen:
1) I will hit it and it will draw back towards the target leaving me reasonably on line with my intended target
2) I will get myself "stuck" and end up blocking my shot, leaving me with a miss to the right.
The things that I know won't happen on a reasonably decent swing are:
1) I will not push-fade the ball to the right (I try to hit a fade sometimes, but the results are usually ugly).
2) I will not hook the ball far to the left (unless I get too armsy, but the hook is a good indicator of that in my swing).
This means that I have a miss on only one side, to the right, rather than having an opportunity to miss both right and left. In addition I will have a larger margin for error since 3 yards more or less of a draw to my shot will not leave me that far off of the pin. However if you hit any curve at all with your technique, it will be rolling away from the hole when it hits the green regardless of which way it curves. My shots have a 50% chance to roll out towards the pin and come slightly closer if I draw the ball less than intended, giving me even more margin for error.
Lastly, it's really much easier to hit a curving ball than a straight shot. I could go an entire round where my clubface is closed to my swingpath on nearly every shot. You might hit 10 shots during a round where your clubface and swingpath are within .5* of each other going straight down the line. It's really all about you not knowing where you will miss your shot (will it go to the right or left if you miss it?) and me knowing that I will miss it to the right 90% of the time.