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Democrat: Lower the budget a couple 100 billion or so

12 votes
6 comments
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Republican: We'll need the money to invade a couplethird world country. Keep it the same.

3 votes
3 comments
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Libertarian: Increase the budget, because we might need to invade twenty countries this year

2 votes
0 comments
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Constitutionalist: Forcee all soldiers o carry a bible, and send them to sweep atheists, Jews, Muslims, atheists, and Mexicans out of our lands

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Excuse my spelling errors folks

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Comrade_Silly_Otter says2014-04-28T10:38:36.4621340-05:00
Hahaha, try to make up with mistakes with a suggestive pic?
Seido says2014-04-28T10:42:32.1937340-05:00
Your Libertarian option and your Constitutionalists option are entirely off policy. Libertarians are usually isolationists, meaning that they support reducing spending on the military and keeping our military within our own borders unless there is a huge issue at hand (something on the level of WWII). And constitutionalists are similar to libertarians, in the way that they try to abide by the constitution. The constitution says nothing of religion, so any true constitutionalists wouldn't care about Jews, Muslims, or Atheists.
Jifpop09 says2014-04-28T10:44:21.8197203-05:00
It says exactly that in the budget, so take your disagreement up with Rand Paul. And yes, the constitution party seeks to install a theocratic government with the bible being added to the constitution. Stupid people need to stop debating me
Comrade_Silly_Otter says2014-04-28T10:47:35.7732770-05:00
Why not more Money to NASA Jiffypop?
Jifpop09 says2014-04-28T10:48:26.8129340-05:00
The poll is not about NASA, and I would not invoke me in this topic.
guntherstauffenberg says2014-04-28T11:03:00.2651720-05:00
I agree with your point on this topic and both points, Jif. But why do say not to invoke you on this topic, is it one you are passionate about?
Jifpop09 says2014-04-28T11:03:39.6157340-05:00
Regarding NASA
Seido says2014-04-28T11:03:57.9851720-05:00
Rand Paul is not a true libertarian, he's more so a conservative. Ron Paul, on the other hand, is a true libertarian. Most libertarians believe that the budget of the military needs to be reduced. Perhaps some sects of it believe otherwise, but the popular belief is that the budget should be smaller. Heck, the majority of the libertarian agenda is to increase personal freedom, partially by reducing taxation. If they want to reduce taxation, how would they increase military spending? And regard constitutionalists, the constitution is in their name. Perhaps some sects are more conservative in their beliefs about religion; however, their primary beliefs revolve around the constitution itself, which guards religious freedoms. No true constitutionalists can believe in a theocracy, as that would directly conflict with their core beliefs.
Jifpop09 says2014-04-28T11:06:12.1916591-05:00
Look, the libertarian party platform says to increase the budget. The constitution party platform says to add the bible to the constitution.- Give it up please
ararmer1919 says2014-04-28T11:41:24.1585340-05:00
All of these are stupid.
discomfiting says2014-04-28T11:44:03.6685340-05:00
A standing army is unconstitutional. So why would a party called the constitutionalists not follow the constitution?
Jifpop09 says2014-04-28T11:52:36.2510647-05:00
Just ignore the additional comments. Keep it the same, raise it, or lower it
discomfiting says2014-04-28T11:57:21.9049340-05:00
Okok i did
travis18352 says2014-04-28T15:41:22.1582270-05:00
Jif the libertarians are anti war. You really need to research libertarianism before going against it and calling it dangerous.
Fight4Liberty says2014-04-28T21:02:33.8706814-05:00
Jif, your Libertarian description is completely off. Why would we want to get rid of the income tax? This would force our government to stop intervening, to stop sending troops over seas from lack of funds and reign in our piling debt from our intervention. Why are all Libertarians for the DEFENSE budget but not the military budget? Why would we want a higher debt when we are trying to revive free markets? Why are we on our knees begging for us to get out of these useless, stupid wars caused from lies and propaganda? Do your research, please. If you're going to say Libertarians are for rising the debt, add a source. If they are, they ain't Libertarians.
giraffelover says2014-04-28T22:23:08.3382000-05:00
Here's a better idea: increase defense spending and decrease, but not eliminate, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, etc. Here's my view about entitlement spending: He who WON'T work, won't eat. In other words, food and medical insurance should be EARNED, not given.
Jifpop09 says2014-04-28T23:26:45.7404373-05:00
Your right, libertarians favor a defense force. That does not change the fact that they want a higher budget.
Fight4Liberty says2014-04-29T12:59:16.3189519-05:00
Where is the source they will raise the budget?
Fight4Liberty says2014-04-29T12:59:21.0316130-05:00
Where is the source they will raise the budget?
Jifpop09 says2014-04-29T13:00:59.5435118-05:00
http://www.lp.org/platform
Seido says2014-05-01T13:07:04.5433549-05:00
Jifpop, the Libertarians, even according to that source, want to have a peaceful America that funds its military just enough for defense of its own borders. They don't want a force large enough to invade other countries. A large part of their beliefs is that spending and taxes need to be reduced greatly, which in tangent with what was previously mentioned, means that they want a military that had some funding, but not too much, and that they want it to be used for isolationist purposes. This directly opposes what you claimed in the poll options.
Jifpop09 says2014-05-01T13:08:47.7271197-05:00
Alright, libertarians don't want a aggressive army, bu according to the budget plan, they still want to increase the military budget -_-
Seido says2014-05-01T13:09:49.0823130-05:00
Give us a quote of that, please. As far as I can tell, that is the opposite of what they want.

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