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President:Mitt Romney (Republican Party) Email:- Private -
Ideology:Libertarian Education:Not Saying
Party:Republican Party Ethnicity:White
Relationship:Single Income:More than $150,000
Interested:in Men Occupation:Student
Looking:Friendship Religion:Christian - Latter-Day Saints
About Me:Heavy thinker. I love to journal, sing, play piano, and watch old TV shows. I am very active in my church and will not hesitate to defend it. I seek out deep conversations and try to be as honest and trustworthy as possible.
Activities:Piano, choir, youth group, FCA, SGA, Junior Beta, National Junior Honors Society, Speech and Debate
Beliefs:Go to to find out! Basically the fundamentals of Christianity with a twist. (i.e, three separate beings versus the trinity, The Book of Mormon alongside the Bible, baptism by immersion, modern day prophets)
Books:The Girl who could fly, Maniac Magee, To kill a Mockingbird, The Mysterious Benedict Society, The Book Thief, Fried Green Tomoatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe.
Movies:The Phantom of The Opera, One Good Man, The Best Two Years, The Visit, Megamind
Music:All types. Well, except maybe rap.
Quotes:Far too many spend their time searching for the right person, instead of trying to be the right person.
Sports Teams:The BYU Cougars (college). Duke basketball.
TV Shows:Saved by The Bell, Full House, Shark Tank, Studio C, Stranger Things, The Flash
2 Debates

political correctness should become widespread in order to avoid hurting another's feelings?


Political correctness is essentially control, not etiquette. It is sweeping the world, causing school teachers to use gender inclusive terms and having age old sports teams and companies consider rewriting their logo, name, or design. Although there is a line to be crossed of whether it is rude or not, you shouldn't have to watch everything you say just because it could hurt another person. I have plenty of research and thoughts on this, so I am not going to write it here. You don't have to...

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Religion shouldn't be taken out of/banned from schools


Religious education should not be taken out of schools., although there does need to be a separation of church and state, students need to be exposed to many different types of cultures and beliefs systems, even if they do not believe the same things. My school has a moment of silence in the morning for those who wish to pray, and I take advantage of it every day. I love learning about other religions, even though I am strong in my own beliefs. I do not believe that it offends me or others by do...

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