Hoo boy, I'm gonna be late for work, but;

>The larger the voltage drop, the bigger the load.

A load connected to a voltage supply will alway drop all the voltage (12v, 115v or whatever) It's a series circuit. Current and therefore power (in watts) are limited by resistance. If resistance is lowered to zero, current will increase to infinity.

>Therefore, in our profession a load is equal to a resistance.

Power(load)=current x voltage, while resistance = voltage divided by current, so you're calling Mr. Ohm a liar?

>Now, voltage times current is power.

Agreed.

>Power is what's delivered to a load.

Not quite. Power is drawn by and dissipated by a load.