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I mean not standing with a political party can also count as a political party
Some farming is already subsidized, I believe. I think I would join! Good points.
@Massageman corn farming is! But I was diversify it to all farming. Also I would raise tarrifs on all foreign imports. While giving manufacturers huge tax cuts and subsidizing them to build factories here in the usa. I also forget to mention environmentalism That would also be included.
Sounds like the NAZIs.
@gotc147 how does it sound like the NAZIs? Their whole ideology was based on the Material, Race. This would be based on the metaphysical Christian values. Something the Nazis had none of.
False.The NAZI party was structured first and foremost as an economic ideaology, they supported most if what you listed, they just also supported the supremecy of aryans.
@gotc147 just because they supported good economic policy doesn't mean that eco comic policy is evil
That's bad economic policy, NAZI Germany wasn't the only one to try it, it's lead to nothing but suffering.
If you're socially liberal, fiscally conservative, that'd make you a right liberal, and you'd align best with the Libertarian Party in the US. The Green Party is left liberal--definitely not fiscally conservative.
Logic will help you reach your goal. If you don't know what your goal is it won't get you there.
@MoscowMitch Um... what? The goal is... to solve the problem. Whatever the problem is. I don't know what you mean.
I don't know what you mean. I guess you'll make a great politician.
This country wasn't founded by as you say judo-christian values it was built on the belief they didn't know one way or others was right so anyone can chose to follow what they think is right
@sissyDjJudeo-Christian Values have a foundational role in America, beginning with the Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness..." Since the pursuit of happiness, as Sigmund Freud surmised, is tied to human love and to creative work and play, the principles of American Judeo-Christian Values can rightly be summarized as the honoring of God-given Life, Liberty and Creativity. This seed of American Social Justice was then fleshed out in the U. S. Constitution through reason and common sense, unencumbered by the dysfunctional religious and secular traditions and laws of Old Europe. Our Founding Fathers separated church from state, but they wisely did not separate God from state; they acknowledged God as the source of our rights, and, in fact, they were careful to place Biblical morality directly into our founding documents and laws, and into our values and culture precisely to help prevent a future of totalitarian or tyrannical rule in America. The combination of keeping Judeo-Christian religious morality in the state, as opposed to the church it's self; and, additionally, setting up our laws based on reason and common sense has contributed to the American Character.Exerpt from Donald Cherry, "Judeo-Christian Values of America" .
By "every other country" did you mean Israel?
Pro choice Religious separation from state matters Decriminalizing weed (I don’t smoke, my girl does)
I agree with this
Who is the downvoter? It’s my opinion.
I'm 1 of the 6 downvoters and the down voters are scared to say who they are in fear you may block them but I'm against democratic agendas due to the fact they support Pro Choice and not Pro Life.
@Holy_Ghost_Fire I'm one if several downvoters.Your ideas have been tried, hundreds of times, they resulted in 100,000,000 people dying in the last century in the most horrific ways possible.
@gotc147 It doesn't make it right just because they take it in their own hands for being denied. I live in 1 of the 6 states where abortion is illegal.
I’m also one of the downvotere because socialism is well... stupid and illogical put simply lol
Wanted to clarify something @Gina990. You believe in the state having those powers. Does that mean you believe in a more limited form of federal government? And if states manage basic income wouldn’t one state set a higher rate than another state?