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About Me:I feel like I'm a fairly relaxed dude, until someone mentions politics. I can just chill out or go into an in-depth discussion about the complexities of language or whatever the discussion is. You just have to get to know me. On the other hand, I enjoy reading/listening to poetry or songs/psalms, I like to write them as well. A Love music and Nature. If any of you have seen Amazing Grace (2007), I relate incredibly to William Wilberforce.
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Beliefs:Constitutional Paleo-libertarian "All initiation of force is a violation of someone else's rights, whether initiated by an individual or the state, for the benefit of an individual or group of individuals, even if it's supposed to be for the benefit of another individual or group of individuals."
Quotes:"Liberty is the prevention of control by others. This requires self-control and, therefore, religious and spiritual influences; education, knowledge, well-being."

-Lord Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton
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Is it IRRATIONAL For the United States to Revert Back to the ***Primitive*** "GOLD Standard"???

Csavage472
Jones1

Hey Jonesey, what's up? Well, since I don't see you "bombarded with debates," I just couldn't RESIST to "invent a controversy" (haha). First and foremost, as both committed supporters of Rep. ROn Paul (R-TX), we are both ADAMANTLY supportive of SOUND Money. Nevertheless, I am "resurrecting this debate" b/c I will attempt to PROVE "beyond a reasonable doubt" that it will essentially be IRRATIONAL if the United States were to revert back to the ol' "GOLD Standard" that was in place prior t...

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Does the McCain-Feingold "Campaign Finance Reform Act" violate Americans' "Freedom of Speech"???

Csavage472
Jones1

To CLARIFY, I take the unequivocal position "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" that the "Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act of 2002" co-sponsored by Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) & Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) as well as signed into law by Republican President, George W. Bush, is NOT a violation of Americans' "Freedom of Speech" EXCLUDING, of course, the provision in the law that allows the Federal Government to regulate and/or restrict "issue ad(s)." In other words, my position is more accurate of that...

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