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About Me:As far as religion goes, I describe myself as a Christian. I am not a bible thumper however. I don't even attend church. I do however believe that Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior. He paid the price for my sins and through him I have eternal life. ( lol Did I just say I'm not a bible thumper? Sure sounded like one.)Really, I think you will find that I am quite unlike your idea of the "typical Christian". I believe that there is an absolute right and an absolute wrong. These are derived from the moral compass God has given us in the bible. Without God and this moral compass there would be no right or wrong and nothing we do would matter. In the political spectrum I am a staunch conservative. I recently began a grass roots political movement in the founding of the Conservative Constitutionalist Party which, much to my delight is enjoying a good deal of attention and growth. For this reason I left my party affiliation blank on my profile.
Beliefs:I chose not to respond to 2 of the BIG issues on my profile because I didn't feel either response could adequately convey my position. One was whether or not I support President Bush. In the war on terror, yes. And in perhaps a very few other areas. For the most part though I feel he is a traitor to conservatism. I also did not respond to the issue of term limits. In state and local election, I support the right of those affected to impose whatever the electorate deems appropriate. On the federal level, no. I am a very strong supporter of states rights and believe that most of what Congress and the federal government is unconstitutional. In light of that position, I feel that one of the most important pieces of legislation that should be passed by Congress is the Enumerated Powers Act.
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Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Ludlow, September 6, 1824
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Drug Prohibition

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Drug Prohibition has been an utter failure. It has many unintended consequences, while not even achieving its intended goal of deterring drug use. A cost-benefit analysis would clearly favor ending drug prohibition. Surely, supporters of drug prohibition have good intentions, but good intentions doesn't mean good policy. Sure, drug prohibition is supposed to minimize drug use, but it doesn't. Considering it doesn't even succeed in it's goal, the costs greatly outweigh the benefits. To start w...

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