posted on Sep, 4 2009 @ 09:02 AM
Let me begin by saying this. It's O.K. to say that you subscribe to certain political beliefs (as you have above) and by doing so are able to deduce
from that, which political party you would belong to. Once you have jotted down a few political view points, simply plug them into the party that has
stands for the particular value you share.
I understand you and everyone else dont want to be lumped in to a group. I didnt want to either at first. I felt like it took away my independence
in some way and that people would think my beliefs were what ever the parties was. However I evolved in my thinking.
We readily admit we have a favorite food or sports team. I bet most of the people who go to church dont believe 100% of everything there religion
says. So why not do the same in politics.
The people who belong to a particular party and base their decisions solely on party-lines, are the reason for the bad rap. I can see thats not you
and luckily not even most Americans. Usually it's or elected politicians.
Now to answer your question. You are Republican. Ya thats right, a Republican. You also have tendancies right of that, to libertarian. Here's
- Republican tout that they are about god, family, country, small government, capitalism, and max freedom. You read to be about not5 giving free
hand outs, tough penalties, max individual rights, america first, and a healthy distrust for government, as evidence by your comment on Govt
corruption. You go further right of republican, going libertarian. You are for gay marriage, Pro choice, and for welfare. Now you are so about freedom
you dont want to force your personal beliefs onto anyone else or Government for that matter. Who is government to say gays cant marry each other, or
to choose if someone should have an abortion. Let the individual decide based on there on morals. Who are you to force your own religious morals on to
others, you may feel. This is the libertarian side of you. Which is right of the political spectrum.
-I have come to see a trend in my friends and family. This is, when they begin dabbling in politics the are more democrat or left in general. It
sounds good no hungray people, everyone has shelter over there head, racialy diverse work force and no war. But then they learn that no hungry people
and the shelter is paid by them. They came from nothing went to school and worked hard. They see the abuse of the programs and more and more they are
expected to burden. Racialy diverse means things like affirmative action. Now they have a harder time finding work and are discrimanated against based
on the color of there skin. No war means not taking action before its to late. Means just writing a strongly worded letter to the U.N. condeming
actions by a country like N.Korea and when nothing changes, do it again and again.
-This is maybe the evolution you are going thru. Let me know what you and others think. I have more insight to offer. I'll keep it shorter next