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Old 01-26-2013, 06:37 PM   #10
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I am with the left on:
Civil liberties as in anti-patriot act, NDAA ( also with libertarians )
anti-war (currently) ( also with libertarians )
pot - legal by state including mine ( also with libertarians )
anti-empire and hegemony ( also with libertarians )
some military cuts ( also with libertarians )
and anti-police state which means new security issues under the WoT ( also with libertarians )
anti Nafta, Gatt and WTO ( also with libertarians )
anti-crony capitalism ( also with libertarians )


Side with Liberatarians:

Gay marriage - neutral which means govt out of marriage; also keep it a state issue
Free-market capitalism - what we don't have even under Republicans; no mixed economy crap
Anti-central banking
Anti-Keynesian economics
I do not subscribe to the idea of doing whatever one wants if it doesn't harm another directly or immediately across the board.


Neither party:
Originalist interpretation of our Constitution
End birth right citizenship
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