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I’ve been called both a “lib” and a “con” here and I’m curious myself what I would accurately be labeled.
Against gun control
For capitol punishment
For the legalization of marijuana and prostitution so long as both are taxed and regulated.
Against govt. money going to religious institutions.
For the complete separation of church and state
For universal health care and aid to the poor because with great power comes great responsibility.
For strong national defense
Against using the military unless there is a direct and imminent threat. (Against Iraq)
For affirmative action
Bill Clinton was a corrupt jackass, but he DID do a good job.
George Bush Jr. is the worst President we’ve ever had.
For English being the official US language.
Against forcibly deporting immigrants who do not commit crimes and at least TRY to learn English.
So seriously, what does this make me? Lib, Con, or what?
Big corporations: Out of control right now, they have the capacity to do great good, but more often choose profit over morality.
Environmental regulation: We should respect the world we were given and recognize that we HAVE caused some damage that needs to be fixed.
Violent crime: I believe capitol punishment should be expanded to serial sex offenders, and no concern for offender comfort or lack of pain.
Police brutality: Depends on the incident and the circumstances.
Hate crime legislation: There are unfortunately places in this country still that need this in place. I am for it, but regret that it’s neccessary.
Flag burning: Should only be a crime if done on Federal property. Otherwise I consider it free speech.
Abortion: I hate the idea, notion, and thought. But I also know that if it were illegal, women would be hurting themselves. Also there is rape and incest. So I am not “pro abortion”, but not really “pro life” either. It’s legal, but it’s ugly too.