What is your political stance?

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Postby RumRunner » Fri Aug 29, 2008 9:38 pm

Mortician175 wrote:Education..... I want to kick the government in the nuts for what they have done to our education system... nuff said.



hmmm.... we could have a national "kick politicians in the balls/baby-maker week" in which people line up to kick the hell out of the politician that displeases them the most... there would be fewer, more honest, and more effective politicians running for office instead of the shitbags we have now.
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Postby Cpt. Nuke » Sat Aug 30, 2008 2:05 am

Mortician175 wrote:
Same here, Libertarian. Both sides have some excellent ideals but most are absolute cock ups. As Nuke said, im a freaking Gun fanatic, the right to defend yourself is key and listen to this kiddies. What does a tyrant do first when he comes into power? He removes the peoples ability to defend themselves, look at history you will see :3.

Any who, im for the Death Penalty but not for every single little infringement, i think that if you murder someone, or rape them that is a punishable offense by death, now i know there's inhumane executions and such which is why im all for the classic take em out behind the shed put a gun to the head and pull the trigger, instant death, i know that sounds like a cruel bastard but im very forward and direct. Energy, i think Nuclear energy is a good idea but not in the quantities we use it, if we look all around us there's tons upon tons of ways to get the energy we need. Look at the ocean, over in Europe they have started using wave generators which is the equivalent of a Hydro Electric dam for the ocean, solar energy, wind, etc. NOT THAT HARD PEOPLE!!!!!

Education..... I want to kick the government in the nuts for what they have done to our education system... nuff said.



1.Indeed. When the people are powerless, the tyrant will seize power.

2.Pro-death penalty too, but only is someone really deserves to die for what they have done. Hammurabi's code, if you will, eye for an eye.

3.Definetely pro nuclear energy.(Look at the name..)I don't see why anyone would be against it. Waste is an issue, but one that is fairly easily dealt with.
I don't see why we couldn't make wave generators, I'm sure someone's already done it, but the government hasn't really integrated it into any sort of energy plan.

4.I'm in the education system. I pity it too, except from a more personal perspective.
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Postby FyreFlareon » Wed Oct 15, 2008 3:43 pm

Pretty much Democrat.
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Postby Werevixen » Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:14 pm

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Postby Makaze » Sat Jan 03, 2009 2:35 am

Leftist Libertarian, least according to a political compass.


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Postby Ayeaka » Sat Jan 03, 2009 3:59 am

I find it hard to give myself a 'definite' direction, party, or alignment of any form.

...I see politics as a delicate balancing act, and the parties tug and pull both ways, threatening to upset this.

I agree with parts of all sides; I've never agreed with all of anything. Instead, I believe that we NEED changes of power, here and there, shifts back and forth, etc, so that we keep a happy medium inbetween.
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Postby Nynnja » Mon Jan 05, 2009 8:37 am

I'm pretty hard conservative on fiscal issues. Social issues I'm kinda moderate on, I couldn't give a damn about what people do in the privacy of their home, although I am highly anti-abortion (think about it, what if they found a furry gene, and could predict furries before they were born :shock: ); I believe that drug abuse is the scourge of human existence.

I really don't feel I align with any particular party at the moment, although if the republicans would make a return to Reagan Conservatism I'd be all for that. Generally though I vote republican in hopes that perhaps some entitlements will be cut back to a more reasonable level.
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Postby JimmyChopblock » Mon Jan 05, 2009 9:12 pm

I ignore the political colaberative identity and simply weigh what seems logical and ethical when I see certain situations. I consider groups of people that get together just to rub each other's backs and force issues they want upon a mass of population such as the Democrats and the Republicans to be morons and aids to the further corruption of our government system.

I've been called an "Anarchist" before though. I don't really agree with that, I just believe that people should be free and that the government should exist to serve and supplement that people - not the other way around (which seems to be the current case in our country).
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Postby Pathia » Mon Jan 05, 2009 9:14 pm

Former christian/conservative/republican.

I used to be incredibly libertarian about life and economics, but then my family disowned me, I got fired multiple times, kicked out of homeless shelters, assaulted multiple times as well, even one attempted rape attempt (they wanted to make me straight durrr) all because of the perception of my lifestyle.

One could say it was beaten out of me, somewhat literally. Now I'm pretty hardcore leftist all around.
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Postby JimmyChopblock » Tue Jan 06, 2009 3:26 am

Thats exactly one of the reasons I believe assigning yourself to a group is bad. It brainwashes people to become nothing more but money purses for the higher ups, mouthpieces, and drones (anyone else laugh at the fact that the Pope has stated that people's greed and love of wealth is what caused the economic collapse and that it's God punishing us etc etc....as he is clothed in priceless jewels and holds a solid gold staff. I don't understand how anyone can believe in THAT cult, believers of the Bible and God or not).

You instinctually know what is right and wrong, for the most part. If people would live free and be themselves, parents wouldn't disown their children just because their children were homosexual for example. It's such a petty thing, made large by hatemongers and morons which have brainwashed the hoardes of the stupid.
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