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« Reply #1425 on: November 10, 2019, 07:15:30 am »

Labels: Paleolibertarian,Paleoconservative,
Issues:
Pro Life
Anti-Gay Marriage
Pro Death Penalty
Pro 2nd amendment
End affirmative action & repeal the civil rights act of 64
Climate Change: It's a hoax & eliminate the EPA
Deport all illegal immigrants & cut legal immigration by 90% & Ban all Muslim Immigration
Repeal the current Tax scam with a 10% Flat Tax & 20% Import Tax
Medicare,Medicaid,Social Security cut 50% & send it back to the states
Eliminate the Dep. of Education & Energy
Balance the Budget every year
Foreign Policy: Non Interventionist. Bring our troops home & shutdown all bases.
End Foreign Aid. Get us out of NATO & the UN. 
End the FED,End the Drug war & repeal the Patriot act!
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« Reply #1426 on: November 23, 2019, 07:48:19 pm »

Secular, supportive of climate change, secular religious thought and supportive of DC statehood.

Abortion,  LGBT and amnesty not captive of Dem Establishment. Follow my own mind, and Griswald on abortion stands on former grounds, since there is a conservative majority on Crts, now
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« Reply #1427 on: November 26, 2019, 03:52:03 pm »
« Edited: November 26, 2019, 03:58:40 pm by Laki »

Democratic socialist; ecosocialist; anti-immigration; environmentalism; left-wing populism; marxism; communism; protectionist; libertarian socialist


Pro-Choice
Pro-LGBTQ rights
Anti Death Penalty but lifelong sentences for rape & murder
Background checks for guns
End affirmative action
Climate change is true and we need to intervene, regulate the economy, use nuclear energy and alternative energy resources
We need to trade with countries that have the same social and economic standards, otherwise tarrifs, that includes the USA. Why? Because companies can move away and put their HQ and companies in other countries, take our jobs simply because a country doesn't have the same labour standards. That's why i'm staunchly against free trade agreements like TTIP and CETA, which are a disaster economically for EU.
Free healthcare
Free education
Free public transport
Progressive tax system, fight income inequality, implement a 30 hour work week.
Fight against monopolies and multinationals, because they form a threat
No PAC money, cap on donating money, cap on party finances
End the war on drugs and legalize marijuana
End foreign aid and military interventions. Bring our troops home.
Deport illegal imigrants, put caps on immigrants and refugees that enter our country, and bring others back to rebuild their country again
I believe in punishing crimes instead of rehabitiliating for major offenses.
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« Reply #1428 on: November 27, 2019, 11:21:28 am »
« Edited: November 27, 2019, 11:41:26 am by Laki »

Some Belgian issues:

Flemish independence: Undecided, leaning towards no mostly because socialism is stronger in the south. If we do split, make Flanders, Wallonia regions of Wallonia, and create from Brussels an independent capital / city of the EU, and abolish monarchy. I'm also in favour of reunification with the Netherlands if we keep our autonomy.
Monarchy: Abolish, replace with a ceremonial presidency with max 1 term of 4, 5 or 6 years, alternating terms between french-speaking candidates and dutch-speaking candidates. Candidates need to fluidly speak both languages. Candidate needs to be supported by 50 of both French-speaking parties and Dutch-speaking parties. Add a first round, if no candidate ends up with 50%, run-off. Correctly filed presidential candidates need to prove they speak both languages and have enough signatures (10.000)
Electoral reform: Leaning towards banning ISLAM and extremist parties, lowering electoral threshold to 3%, direct democracy, direct referenda, and voting on internet / e-mail. No decrease of voting to age of 16. Abolish obligatory voting. Present a Flemish list for regional and federal elections, not only for European elections in Flanders, likewise for Wallonia.
Provinces: Abolish
Trade: European Free Trade zone, Tarrifs for Canada, UK and USA. Economical sanctions for China, Iran and other countries that are not in our interest. Against free trade agreements with countries that do not share our values in terms of social & economic policy because that harms us.
European Union: Stay in, but reform from the inside. I'm in favour of splitting the EU in several blocs, in which we would naturally be in the EU-West Side (stretching from Portugal to Finland, from Italy to Austria to Germany and Denmark).
Borders: Leaning towards leaving Schengen
Euro: Keep, but no strong feelings.
Russia, Iran & China: keep relations we have and build up new diplomatic relations
End Saudi Arabian weapons export
Crime: Tougher for both small & huge offenses
Justice: Reform, make it work faster
Education: Reform high schools & universities, make public schools free, and costs for university and high schools as low as possible. Education should be an opportunity, not a privilege.
Healthcare: Make waiting lists less longer, and expand psychological & psychiatric healthcare, as this is a huge problem, not only for us, but for our neighbouring countries. The Finland & Slovenia education systems are examples for us.
30 hour work week: implement
Marijuana: end the war on drugs, pardon all cannabis users, legalize both recreational and medical marijuana, and focus on prevention and care of drug users. Marijuana is a health issue, not a crime. Reduce costs for medicines, implement a "kiwimodel"
Immigration: cut legal immigration back and add tougher conditions to it (high-skilled workers, workers in areas we need more workers, showing proof of ability to pay taxes), send all illegal immigrants back, let refugees in but send them back when the war is over. Only allow refugees out of regions in conflict. Focus on integration first, second and third-gen Belgians. Let immigrants vote on mayoral elections, and after 10 years they can demand their nationalization after doing some exams of knowing basic knowledge of the country, language, culture & traditions, than they can vote for federal, regional, presidential and european elections
Privatisation of public transport: Fully against, make public transport free.
Minimum wage: increase to 15 euros, increase wages for teachers and nurses.
Media: abolish public media, media should be reliant on their own incomes.
Culture: against cutting subsidies, as i've protested against, with a yellow banner on Facebook recently, although culture institutions should become more independent and less reliant on government resources.
Foreign development: Cut expenses
Military: Cut expenses, become more efficient, and focus on domestic security & cyber-security instead.
Pensioners: increase wages, increase age of retirement, but propose a less busy work week schedule, and allow retirement at younger age for heavy labour & risk jobs. Direct towards administration jobs.
Political party funds Caps, caps, caps. Don't allow donations, be completely self-reliant on member's money.
Government institutions: Abolish the provinces, abolish two of the six governments (the bilingual governments), and cut incomes for government workers and MP's, as well as the king/president and ministers.
Farmers: Subsidize, create a climate change funds for natural disasters related to weather & climate catastrophes (like drought, storms and go on...)
Climate change: Do not implement a CO² taxation, but implement a progressive airflight taxation, which increases by every flight you take). Create a miles tax (every mile you drive on the roads of Belgium should be taxed for construction & maintaining roads & infrastructure + climate tax), invest heavily in public transport and implement parts of the GND proposed in the USA. Every climate tax should at least be a progressive tax.
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« Reply #1429 on: December 15, 2019, 09:42:27 pm »

Marbury v Madison Judicial Review set the framework of ending the Fugitive Slave Act and Abe Lincoln declaring Emancipation Proclamation.  John Marshall declared an act, writ of mandamus, appellate jurisdiction instead of SCOTUS original jurisdiction; consequently, Crts can strike down Acts of Congress as unconstitutional. Emancipation Proclamation declared the Figitive Slave Act unconstitutional.
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« Reply #1430 on: December 15, 2019, 10:06:13 pm »

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« Reply #1431 on: December 25, 2019, 11:44:41 am »

Moderate, with a slight libertarian and contrarian streak.
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« Reply #1432 on: December 31, 2019, 12:55:16 am »
« Edited: December 31, 2019, 01:01:44 am by xxorange_gamerxx »

How I'd label myself: more-or-less a social democrat, broadly left-wing on most issues

Civil Rights
- Strongly supportive of civil rights (including the rights of indigenous people, LGBTQ+ rights, women's rights, etc.)
- think Canada has a responsibility for respecting & not infringing upon the rights of First Nations people
- Against prejudice & discrimination, including against Jews, East Asians & other groups where discrimination against them isn't always accounted for

Economics
- strongly support labour unions and think they are both important & necessary for a functioning society and the welfare of employees
- against income inequality; support regulation of business, anti-trust laws and breaking up monopolies/oligopolies so smaller businesses have a chance to succeed and customers are protected from exploitation
- support (when or if possible) taking away offshore tax havens to have more money recirculate into the economy
- broadly support free trade, and think it's significantly better compared to protectionism, but want the well-beings of non-rich people to be taken into account and not brushed aside in favour of billionaires or multinational corporations

Environment
- climate change is necessary to grapple with and is far too important for anyone to ignore
- rich countries must do everything in their power in order to reduce their carbon footprints & stop it from getting worse than it already is, and to not shift the blame onto poorer countries that do not contribute anywhere close to the amount of CO2; no exceptions

Healthcare
- support universal healthcare & government funding of it; business interests should not take precedence over the health & well-beings of other people

Criminal Justice
- support abolishing the death penalty & put more effort into rehabilitating criminals

Drugs
- support ending the war on drugs across the world
- support either legalizing or decriminalizing drug possession
- at the same time, support the regulation of drug companies that seek to make a profit off of getting people fatally addicted to drugs
- strongly in favour of rehabilitating people with drug addictions instead of placing them in jail

On Immigration, Refugees & Displaced People
- in full support of bringing in refugees & people who have been displaced from their homes into the country
- supportive of immigration regardless of which parts of the world they come from
- against rhetoric that seeks to demonize & stoke xenophobic fears over immigrants

Elections
- think they are important & should exist
- against first-past-the-post (FPTP) voting and more in favour of voting systems that can more properly represent the interests of more than two voting blocs

Governance
- against authoritarian governance (regardless of the self-declared ideology of the authoritarians in question)
- hard stance against fascism & governments with fascist tendencies
- complicated feelings on populism; on one hand, I think it's important and even necessary to rally support, but am against less inclusive versions of populism that discriminate against (real or perceived) foreigners or disadvantaged groups
- think political alliances are an important part of running an effective government & think working on your own is rarely effective without the support of others; this should not, however, lead to the civil rights of others being compromised

International Relations
- anti-war 99 times out of 100 (only support war if it is used in genuine self-defense against a more powerful country with imminent plans to invade & to never attack first or preemptively invade, especially not against countries that do not pose any real threat to us)
- think the United Nations is, despite it's notable flaws, a necessary and important institution (though still frustrated with how often countries with veto powers often stifle the decision-making process)
- against corporate & political exploitation of poor countries
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« Reply #1433 on: January 06, 2020, 04:07:31 pm »

I'm a very conservative person, but I am open to voting Democrat if the Republican candidate turns me off for some reason. I have most of the generic Republican beliefs when it comes to the economy, but I'm especially conservative on some social issues. I strongly oppose things like legalizing recreational marijuana and support for the trans community. I think we've gotten way too permissive and libertarian as a society and we let far too many things go un-checked in the name of unlimited individual autonomy. And more often than not I will judge my votes and endorsements on those kinds of issues. I know that my views are most likely not all that popular here, but that's fine. I don't have to agree with you to be a civil human being. And I hope the same goes for all of you. Thanks!
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« Reply #1434 on: January 06, 2020, 04:47:06 pm »

. I think we've gotten way too permissive and libertarian as a society and we let far too many things go un-checked in the name of unlimited individual autonomy.
bro that’s what freedom is all about
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« Reply #1435 on: January 08, 2020, 03:46:09 am »
« Edited: January 08, 2020, 03:50:13 am by Hammy »

Not sure what label I'd apply, but probably somewhere on the left.

Social Policy

Abortion: family and healthcare decision, not something for the government to have an opinion on.
LGBT: consenting adults have the right to marry, responsible adults have the right to adopt, and you have the right to your identity as long as it's not harming anyone.
Drugs: Decriminalise everything, treat addiction rather than slapping a criminal record on more people. Legalize marijuana and any other more minor drugs for recreational use. Remove prescription requirements for certain items (such as glasses) and non-addictive treatment drugs (statins as an example.)
Slavery reparations: would depend on how we go about it, though I don't have any specific ideas in mind.
Stem Cell Research: support
Death Penalty: increasingly opposed given the room for error, though should still be applicable to mass shootings and large scale acts of terrorism (I don't support using it simply for all terrorism charges as we'll then have the charges being used just to get the death penalty)
Criminal justice reform: eliminate mandatory minimum sentencing and harsh sentences for non-violent offenses. Eliminate civil asset forfeiture
Police reform: replace live rounds with rubber bullets for standard officers (this excludes SWAT and such) so people don't pay for an officer's mistake or misjudgement with their lives, require body cams to be on at all times and make it a crime to turn them off
Gun control: I support banning assault weapons but don't see how it would be enforced from a practical standpoint; create national instant background system tied to your photo ID--similar to drivers license, your ID will carry a code or some sort of labeling of whether you're allowed to purchase, or if you might be moderate risk which would be left up to the seller's discretion. Ban person to person sales
Affirmative Action: no stance as it's too vague an issue anymore to determine one.
Prostitution: Decriminalize
Euthanasia: legal, provided you're declared of sound mind, especially in instances of terminal illness or complete debilitation.
Prostitution: legal but heavily monitored to prevent human trafficking
Immigration: set up pathway to citizenship, deport violent offenders, make DACA law.


Economic Issues

Minimum Wage: gradual increase to $15 as too sudden a change may have unknown, unintended consequences. Extend to restaurants and service industry and ban tipping practices as we know them.
Welfare: increase spending, provide based on an individual's situation rather than a specified poverty line which people can fall just outside of and still need assistance.
Right-to-Work: I'd support a constitutional amendment granting the right of workers to organize.
Taxation: progressive income tax. Eliminate tax loopholes that result in multibillion dollar corporations receiving more than they pay out.
Healthcare: treat as a utility--insurers, care providers, and pharmaceuticals can remain private but must face strict caps on what they can charge, from a regulatory board who takes everything into account when setting costs. Institute public option as well as this still won't guarantee the lowest earners would otherwise afford insurance. Opposed to M4A because it's healthcare ransom waiting to happen.
Social Security: increase spending to continue viability
Trade: Oppose tariffs and allow healthy competition from foreign companies to keep prices low. No trade with companies using less than humane labor practices. Ban domestic  companies from producing US-sold goods overseas. Require at least half of international companies' goods to be produced here (something already done for example in the auto industry)
Education: increase funding, institute national standard for education, abolish standardized tests as a means to determine funding, institute free lunch
Balanced Budget Amendment: Against
Transportation: increase in spending, create a national passenger rail network with non-repealable minimums of funding but there would be a fare to assist with this, for example receive an electronic card that measures how many stops you pass, and pay the corresponding fare once you exit. Abolish AMTRAK since it's nothing more than a tax-funded for profit corporation.
Infrastructure: upgrade roads and bridges where needed

Foreign Policy and National Security

Increased UN involvement. End all foreign military aide and arms sales.
Abolish warrantless domestic surveillance
Withdraw from Iraq and Afghanistan but maintain presence of advisors if those countries so desire.
Move Okinawa Marine base elsewhere.
Constitutional amendment guaranteeing right to privacy (and likewise banning the collecting, use, and sale of personal information without your explicit consent prior)
Cut the military budget in half (this could help fund infrastructure and transit)
Constitutional amendment requiring all military endeavors that are not prompted by a formal declaration of war, or military attack within US borders, to be approved not by congress but by national referendum and including only voters under 30 (as they'll be the ones sent to die). This must also be renewed annually by the same set of voters.
End the practise of being the global police force.

Climate and Environment

Invest in green energy of all varieties
Tax breaks for homes with solar panels
Institute corporate emissions cap (since carbon tax prevents nothing) and strengthen EPA's ability to go after large scale polluters
Increased spending to NOAA and forestry service, invest in upgrading technology used in weather forecasting and fire monitoring and prevention
Rejoin Paris Accord

Electoral reform

Abolish electoral college, and set up a national registration system where you are automatically removed from the voter rolls once you move and change your address, or when you die and your death certificate is issued. No removal of voters under any other circumstances.
Eliminate constituency voting and institute a proportional system, increase the House to 1000 seats, with the number of seats per state based on percentage of the population every census (similar to how house seats are divied up)
Abolish the current primary system and put each candidate running on a single national ballot as individual yes/no referendums, where the top two vote-getters move onto the general election. An alternative is to require the parties to run their respective primaries this way.
Voter ID required to vote, but also institute a free national ID system (this would be separate from your drivers license system which would function as it currently does)
Mandate voting in the primary system as you're not choosing between a slate of bad candidates--if you hate everybody just vote no for everybody.
Automatic voter registration once you turn 18
Eliminate money from politics--provide free air time for all candidates at a determined time each week
Puerto Rico and DC statehood, pending binding referendums.

I'm forgetting some things I had thought of earlier so this will probably be updated.
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« Reply #1436 on: January 13, 2020, 06:23:52 am »

Social Issues: Moderate
Economic Issues: Far-right
Foreign Policy: Dovish
Electoral Reform: Right

Time for an update.

Abortion: Pro-life. Exceptions to rape and danger to the mother.
Same Sex Marriage: None of the government's business. Neither is transgender bathrooms.
Marijuana: Legalize medicinal marijuana, Let the states decide whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Slavery reparations: No
Stem Cell Research: For
Death Penalty: Support for murderers and other high-profile criminals.
Criminal justice reform: Oppose. Criminals are criminals.
Gun control: Don't ban guns. Make sure buyers aren't mentally ill.
Affirmative Action: Against
Prostitution: Don't legalize.
Euthanasia: Okay.

Economic Issues

Minimum Wage: Keep minimum wage as is.
Welfare: Keep as is.
Right-to-Work: Support
Taxation: SLIGHTLY increase taxes for the rich.
Healthcare: Oppose Obamacare.
Social Security: Leave as is.
Trade: Protectionist
Education: Make sure there are better education programs.
Balanced Budget Amendment: Not sure.
Transportation: Massively expand both private and public transit funding.
Infrastructure: Slightly increase spending.

Foreign Policy and National Security

U.N: Withdraw
NATO: Stay in, Only go to war if the US or other allies are attacked.
Afghanistan: Withdraw
Iraq: Withdraw
Iran: Withdraw
Russia: Support better relations
China: Support better relations in general, keep tariffs in place.
North Korea: Keep relations and personal diplomacy
South Korea: Leave, Let NK and SK work on a peace-deal without our involvement.
Syria: Leave
Cuba: Lift sanctions
Military Spending: Cut down significantly
PATRIOT Act: End
NSA Spying: Abolish NSA and CIA.
Palestine/Israel: Cut down on our support for Israel.
Immigration: Support a border wall.
Guantanamo Bay: Keep it open, Though make sure that no innocent people wind up there.

Environment

Climate Change: Eh
Green Energy: Eh
Keystone XL Pipeline: Support
Fracking: Support

Electoral Reform

Electoral College: Keep current system
Gerrymandering: Oppose
Term limits: Support
Voter ID: Support
Compulsory Voting: Oppose
Voter Registration: Support
Statehood: The US is fine as it is. Let Puerto Rico become it's own country. Don't give DC statehood.
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« Reply #1437 on: January 19, 2020, 10:39:12 pm »

Social Issues: Moderate
Economic Issues: Far-right
Foreign Policy: Dovish
Electoral Reform: Right

Time for an update.

Abortion: Pro-life. Exceptions to rape and danger to the mother.
Same Sex Marriage: None of the government's business. Neither is transgender bathrooms.
Marijuana: Legalize medicinal marijuana, Let the states decide whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Slavery reparations: No
Stem Cell Research: For
Death Penalty: Support for murderers and other high-profile criminals.
Criminal justice reform: Oppose. Criminals are criminals.
Gun control: Don't ban guns. Make sure buyers aren't mentally ill.
Affirmative Action: Against
Prostitution: Don't legalize.
Euthanasia: Okay.

Economic Issues

Minimum Wage: Keep minimum wage as is.
Welfare: Keep as is.
Right-to-Work: Support
Taxation: SLIGHTLY increase taxes for the rich.
Healthcare: Oppose Obamacare.
Social Security: Leave as is.
Trade: Protectionist
Education: Make sure there are better education programs.
Balanced Budget Amendment: Not sure.
Transportation: Massively expand both private and public transit funding.
Infrastructure: Slightly increase spending.

Foreign Policy and National Security

U.N: Withdraw
NATO: Stay in, Only go to war if the US or other allies are attacked.
Afghanistan: Withdraw
Iraq: Withdraw
Iran: Withdraw
Russia: Support better relations
China: Support better relations in general, keep tariffs in place.
North Korea: Keep relations and personal diplomacy
South Korea: Leave, Let NK and SK work on a peace-deal without our involvement.
Syria: Leave
Cuba: Lift sanctions
Military Spending: Cut down significantly
PATRIOT Act: End
NSA Spying: Abolish NSA and CIA.
Palestine/Israel: Cut down on our support for Israel.
Immigration: Support a border wall.
Guantanamo Bay: Keep it open, Though make sure that no innocent people wind up there.

Environment

Climate Change: Eh
Green Energy: Eh
Keystone XL Pipeline: Support
Fracking: Support

Electoral Reform

Electoral College: Keep current system
Gerrymandering: Oppose
Term limits: Support
Voter ID: Support
Compulsory Voting: Oppose
Voter Registration: Support
Statehood: The US is fine as it is. Let Puerto Rico become it's own country. Don't give DC statehood.

Not quite a "moderate", but definitely a mainstream conservative. Just wanted to comment on this to show people can still be conservative without being aggressively conservative.
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« Reply #1438 on: February 04, 2020, 03:33:17 am »

Overall:Center-left

Abortion:Pro-choice
Same-Sex Marriage:Support
Death Penalty:Support
Gun Control:Oppose
Affirmative Action:Support, but economically based

Tax Rates:Increase for wealthy
Healthcare:Move towards some kind of single payer system
Social Security:Oppose privatization
Environment:Increase regulations for the environment
Transit:Support increases
Immigration:Restrict legal immigration and HB-1Visas and fine companies that higher illegals. But no border wall and allow for children of illegals to stay.

Iraq:Oppose
Afghan:Oppose withdraw
Syria:Withdraw
UN:Scale back
Russia:Stay out
NATO:LEAVE
Iran:Support Iran deal
Israel:Withdraw
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« Reply #1439 on: February 04, 2020, 10:04:56 pm »

Overall:Center-left

Abortion:Pro-choice but limited
Same-Sex Marriage: Support fully
Death Penalty: Oppose
Gun Control: Oppose
Affirmative Action: Against

Tax Rates:Increase for wealthy & corporations, progressive tax systems
Healthcare:Move towards some kind of single payer system
Social Security:Oppose privatization
Environment:Increase regulations for the environment, in favour of green new deal
Transit:Support increases
Immigration:Restrict legal immigration and HB-1Visas and fine companies that higher illegals. But no border wall and allow for children of illegals to stay.

Iraq:Oppose
Afghan:Withdraw
Syria:Withdraw
UN: Stay
Russia:Stay out
NATO:LEAVE
Iran:Support Iran deal
Israel:Support two state agreement, oppose current Israeli settlements on Palestinian territory
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