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Beliefs:I believe in the values of the Christian faith, but that does not necessitate being a Christian. I value kindness, love, and forgiveness. I value trust, redemption, and conviction. I believe in the ability of every United States citizen to be the best person they can be, and believe we should do everything we can to see that anyone can achieve their goals.
Quotes:All men are by nature equal, made all of the same earth by one Workman; and however we deceive ourselves, as dear unto God is the poor peasant as the mighty prince.
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Being a Christian does not negate being in support of the Death Penalty.


I am under the impression that as a Christian, it is wrong to be in favor of the Death Penalty. I believe a great argument comes from the 6 chapter of Luke, verse 37: "Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven." Does this not speak to Jesus' entire message while on earth? Judgement is not reserved for us, but for God alone. Granted, we need to keep order on earth, but doesn't the ultimate judgement of death negat...

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Going to war with Iran is in the best interest of the United States.


Going to war with Iran may possibly be the biggest mistake in American history. Granted this hasn't happened yet, but the sentiment exists, so why not debate it. If the point of going to war is to stop Iran from developing a Nuclear weapon, the new NIA report has found that Iran shut down it's nuclear program 4 years ago, negating a military effort. This only reinforces the idea that progress can be made without going to war. The United States and other countries throughout the world used mil...

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Updated 13 Years Ago

The United States should continue efforts in Iraq without a time-table for redeployment.


The most important aspect to understand regarding this war is the concept of winning. The word "win" has been thrown around by Republican candidates in regards to our goal in Iraq. (Most specifically by John McCain) I believe one who chooses to take the "Pro" position needs to define what winning means. If "winning" means to end the insurgency or to quell it to a manageable level, then how do we do that differently then we are doing now? What is a mangaeable level, and who decides? If "winning"...

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