which are you and why?
which are you and why?
"how do you expect your subjects to follow if the king does not lead"
For many years i have considered myself republican mainly because i supported Barry Goldwater in the '64 election and if you listen to Barry Goldwater talk about where the party is going to go he is exactly right, but since his passing i have found myself more and more at odds with the people who get up on stage and purport to be Republicans and get up and just spew whatever they think the masses want to hear no matter what they believe
Yet i cannot and will not support Obama my main concern is he has gone to the LGBT and asked for there vote and in '08 he got it in large numbers and yet the democrats controlled the House of Representitives and the Senate and when Obama was asked about the democrats submitting a bill on legalizing gay marriage his answer was marriage is between a man and a woman, for me he has betrayed those people he voted for.
So in essence im an independant
Are you referring to registration or do you mean which party most closely conforms to my beliefs?
DADT was a necessary evil and I think it's disingenuous for gays to think Clinton was bad for doing it.
The premise of this thread seems to be a false dichotomy.
I don't think I am Repub or Dem.
Feels so nice and hopeless when I'm rotting in your arms (In my head;In my head)
I want to be that bullet that goes ripping through your skull (In my head;In my head)
I consider myself an independent conservative, but even as fed up as I've been with the Republican party, I'll probably end up registering as a Republican at some point.
I believe in individual liberty. Property rights. Personal responsibility. THE FREEDOM TO FAIL and not be held up by some ridiculous safety net. Without failure, success is meaningless. You cannot grow if you cannot overcome challenges and learn to solve problems on your own. This is why many big government clingers never grow up. They are denied the challenges that would allow them to mature into adults.
I believe in honesty, integrity, honor, chivalry, and humility. I believe in holding myself to the highest standard of conduct possible, and I believe in acknowledging my mistakes and admitting when I am wrong. I believe in respecting others and being generous not only with my money but with my actions. I believe in selflessly brightening other people's day. Sometimes I'll pay for the car behind me in the drive-thru at Starbucks.
I believe everyone is a unique person and as such they cannot and should not be categorized into some arbitrary identity group. I believe what is in someone's heart is much more important than what they look like or where they come from.
I believe in life. I believe in justice. And I believe in leaving this world a better place than I found it.
Saying "abortion rights" is like saying "Holocaust rights." The absurdity of the phrase should speak for itself.