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#348 - GodOfGodz (11/04/2012) [-]
I don't think Bush was a good president, but Obama simply cannot keep playing the blame Bush card. He promised he would make the country better and the simple answer is that he has not. Our national debt has only gotten worse. I also don't think Romney was my party's best choice. I am a paleo-conservative, so I agree with the old republicans... Not today's, today, I agree with the Republicans economic plans, but not their social views. I am pro-choice. I don't care if gays get married, and I don't care about abortions or birth control, but I don't think the government should be paying for that at all. Just my opinion here.

I feel so out of place being a conservative on the internet.
#523 to #348 - stripeygreenhat (11/04/2012) [-]
Libertarians, libertarians everywhere.
User avatar #401 to #348 - anonymousattorney (11/04/2012) [-]
Neat. I think that Bush was in the wrong place at the wrong time, what with 9/11, Katrina, and that little economic collapse caused by bankers lending out money to people who really shouldn't have been given it in the first place. I agree with you in the fact that Obama did not live up to his promises at his election, so I do think he's not fit for the job currently. As for Romney....To be honest, I think that maybe, just maybe, depending on whether he has rational, intelligent members in his cabinet that he listens to, then.....he could do a decent job; we'll just have to wait and see if he does get elected. I also agree with the Republican economic plans, but am sort of mix-and-match with the social views. I believe that, instead of just aborting the child, give it up for adoption; there are plenty of infertile couples who would love to have a child, even if it's not theirs. I believe in those three unailenable rights; I also believe that, concerning the right to Life, it is also an obligation to protect the lives of those who are unable to defend their own life (children, the elderly, the unborn, and whatever else falls under that category). As for gay marriage.... I honestly think that the federal government has absolutely no say in the matter of who you can marry. I also think that some of the stuff the military's been doing after the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" thing got repealed are stupid, such as mandatory gay Pride meetings for all people working in the Department of Defense, and this one incident with a Navy chaplain being forced, under threat of court-marshal, to marry a same-sex couple by his CO. I was also peeved about the HHS requiring Church-operated facilities to provide their workers with birth-control pills and contraceptives, considering how, in the Catholic Church's belief, assisting someone in committing a sin means that you also committed the sin, and how the HHS had the gall to fine those who don't comply. I do respect your opinion, though.
#380 to #348 - creepycreeper (11/04/2012) [-]
I won't comment on the other things because I'm from another country and it's none of my business, but I agree with your social views.
User avatar #376 to #348 - tisjunkisdamnfunny (11/04/2012) [-]
Being president of the United States of America might be the ********* job in the world. And we ask why our candidates are so full of **** ...
#393 to #376 - GodOfGodz (11/04/2012) [-]
I think it is... It sucks having people hate you to death. I dont hate Obama, I actually like him, I just dont agree with his political views. It bothers me how quickly people jump to hating Obama or Romney over politics. There still people outside of politics, and neither of them are bad people.
User avatar #374 to #348 - certifiedidiot ONLINE (11/04/2012) [-]
The whole economic thing is one thing I know matters but that of which I do not understand, money is a thing we invented, a thing without any real power beyond that of which we give it, we control it, we make infinite amounts of it to the point where the majority of it is just numbers on a computer, yet it matter more and more to us

Do we control it or does it control us?
User avatar #372 to #348 - obliviousman ONLINE (11/04/2012) [-]
It's not Obama's fault though. If government can't function as a whole, nothing can get done. Remember the healthcare law? Took forever and nobody could make an agreement on anything. And even if Obama does fix everything, it's still going to take years for his plans to work.

btw I agree with your views on today's politics. not cool sometimes.
#370 to #348 - fefe (11/04/2012) [-]
you are not alone
#369 to #348 - Thisidisalready (11/04/2012) [-]
No, he cannot play the bush blame game anymore. What we have to do is look at how the US has reacted to Obama being president to see why we are hearing what we are. Even south park put out an episode about the 2008 election, and I think it was pretty accurate. People complaining about Obama basically shut themselves in. They don't listen to anything good he does, and formed the Tea Party. BTW most people in the Tea Party are the ones getting the benefits from the healthcare mandate. Our national debt will get worse for years to come until people understand that setting up new government systems who have to be paid for EVERY YEAR, will translate to future debt figure out where debt is coming from. Obama came into office with one of the worst debriefings a president has had since Lincoln. The economy was on the verge of collapse. He had to do something about that and swore that we should try to fix it quickly or slowly. He tried to do it quickly and got everyone on his ass. That is all for the Obama ******** . You say that birth control shouldn't be covered by health insurance, that is an easy concession. Just make viagra not covered as well under health insurance.
#366 to #348 - kingmarston (11/04/2012) [-]
That feel...
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User avatar #352 to #348 - blackhawksfan (11/04/2012) [-]
Finally, someone who shares the same political views as me...
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