How would I be categorized politically?
I support unborn rights and would support a pro-life amendment to the constitution, with the only acceptation for the mother's life. I would abolish the department of education because it's a local and state level responsibility. I support the right to bear arms, concealed weapons licenses, hunting, stand your ground laws, etc. I support a 2 strikes and your out drunk driving law. I support a his body his choice law banning infant circumcision unless it is to treat a legitimate medical condition. I support the decriminalizing of marijuana because it is less harmful than alcohol. I think the drinking age should be 18 to match the age of adulthood. I think it is of the highest urgency to become and stay energy independent. I support nuclear power and increasing the number of nuclear power plants across America. I would push the auto makers to make electric cars available for drivers who want them. I would set and push for goals of energy independence, curing cancer, and paying down the nation debt. I oppose the endangered species act because it has failed to protect one species and has only given government control of people's land. I would raise the levels of fines on employers hiring illegal aliens. Homeland security should only be used as an anti-terror agency and criminal law enforcement should be handled by other agencies. I don't believe there is such thing as a gay marriage and think we should give them the same privileges that comes with marriage but call it something else. I think capitalism is the greatest antipoverty tool the world has ever seen and encourage the economy, not put outrageous taxes on it. I don't believe humans are warming up the Earth but I think we need to clean up some of the messes we are making such as air quality. I believe in a small federal government. I don't think the general public should even notice the federal government unless they visit their local military recruiter or post office. No more ethanol, it causes higher grocery bills and less MPG. I support Boone's plan. I support the rights of nudists to live their lifestyle on their privately owned property without the government telling them they must put clothes on. I am a Christian but don't think it's the government's job to push morality, I think morality must come from the people up. Not the government down. I support net neutrality, and oppose bandwidth caps. I would revert our copyright laws back to that of the Webster and Benjamin Franklin years: An item can be copyrighted for 14 years, renewable once, then falls into public domain. We allow men to go out in public shirtless. I support amending the law allowing both genders to do the same. One gender shirtless is discrimination. I support women's rights to b****t feed in public. That is the function of the b****t. I don't think anyone has ever been harmed for seeing a b****t. I think smokers should be required to pay their own way when they get cancer and heart disease. Not get public money to fight a self imposed condition. I would allow people to own their social security accounts and allow them to invest in a Roth IRA within their social security account so the people may build a nest egg to retire on. Each person will own their account and congress may never dip into it. I would make it illegal for credit card companies to raise interest rates, at will, with no delinquent activity: banning universal default. Absolutely, no more national debt. No more borrowing. After a natural disaster, no funds should be given by the federal government to rebuild private property, only that which was owned by the public. Schools, highways, libraries, city halls, may be rebuilt by the taxpayer but not people's privately owned property. It's not our problem if they don't insure their property. I oppose bailouts of the private sector. If banks want to make bad loans to people who they know can't afford to pay them back, so be it. They will have to own their misbehavior. Not the taxpayer. I believe terminally ill patients should be allowed to take experimental drugs that have yet to receive FDA approval. Lets get rid of the IRS, replace tax system with flat tax or national sales tax. The IRS and current tax code only exists to control people. I oppose taxes on broadband internet access, sales tax on in items bought online, and regulation of online content. I don't believe our government is up to the task of providing national heath care and it's much better off left in the hands of the private sector. I think adults should legally be able to take steroids for body building if he is not competing in competitive sports. I think daylight savings time should be expanded to a year round project. I oppose the government regulating the content of literature, films, video games, etc.
Asked By: anonymous asker - 11/10/2008
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Conservative...inbetween libertarian and republican.
Answered By: emp - 11/10/2008
Additional Answers (12)
who cares ur not in the electoral college.
Answered By: Trevani S - 11/10/2008
Mines shorter than yours... More
Answered By: Victory ! - 11/10/2008
You are "long-winded"
Answered By: Steven H - 11/10/2008
with that many issues, nothing would ever get done (maybe that is the problem). Stick to the basics and most important issues.
Answered By: Capt. Harry Finklestein - 11/10/2008
Constitution party, Libertarian. Your a small government man with little government interference and self responsibility. Just as the founding fathers would have wanted.
Answered By: t**d Ferguson - 11/10/2008
You're without a doubt a Libertarian.
Answered By: Mike - 11/10/2008
dead center you are neither a leftist radical nor a traditional right wing For instance, you support unborn rights yet support the right to bear arms
Answered By: thelonewayfarer lovsPrsonBreak - 11/10/2008
Answered By: Me h - 11/10/2008
I would say you are libertarian and for the most part I agree with he exception of drugs, the drinking age and circumcision... More
Answered By: Mr. Phil - 11/10/2008
Mostly conservative with a leaning to liberal if it cuts into your personal likes and dislikes "daylight savings time" all year? Isn't that an oxymoron?
Answered By: Love Canada - 11/10/2008
I agree with Capt. Harry Finklestein.
Answered By: Me - 11/10/2008
Take the test. The resulting score is pretty accurate. http://politicalcompass.org/test
Answered By: Me - 11/10/2008
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