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PostSubject: Trip's Political Profile   Sat Sep 18, 2010 9:07 am

Hello, I am basically a Strict Constitutionalist. I do not consider myself a Democrat or a Republican. However my leanings are more towards a Republican view point which is Less Government interference in our lives. And less Tax. Government does have it's place but mostly for the Defence of the Nation. The upkeep of the National Highways and Parks. Most of the rest is overkill and not needed. But that is more leaning toward the Constitution as a guideline. This may sound like a very simplified idea of government, and it's responsibillities. But one has to start somewhere and if the Constituion was followed more closely, I believe things would work so much better. But alas I can only speak for the US but other countries have their own unique situations and governing ideas and as long as the people there are happy with their government, why have a revolution. But based on current situations in the United States their may be a need for a revolution of sorts. A revolution at the Polls to undo some of the crazy things that have recently been inacted.


1. What's your understanding of Democracy?
A Democracy to me is the people decide if a law will pass. Rather than a Represenative of the people. Rather a straight vote. But is the law constional or not. Most of our Represenatives in Congress do not really represent. To many special and personal interests.

2 What's your understanding of Communism?
My understanding of Communism is the Government decides what is best for the people with out any representation of the people at all. Communism has failed in most societys the people are usally misrable. So one would probablly argue that the Democracys do not work iether. And in some Democracys the people are miserable as well. But speaking from personall expierance that is usally when their is too much taxation and a slow economy. But I believe a democracy it is still the most fair between the two ideaologys.

3. What's your understanding of Capitalism?
Oh here we go with Capitalism. Why does it get such a bad rap? It has been demonized and propogandized for so long now. What is more fair than letting the market decide what something will cost. I do not believe it is a thing about classes.
The poor verses the rich sort of thing. A free market is the only fair way to decide the winners and the losers in the economic game. Sure there are abusses but that is present in any system. Corporations are not evil if they profit more than another and it is not unfair if the small guy has trouble getting into the game. I am all for sucess of the Entrepenuer. But the the economic forces will decide the winners and the losers. Big corporations go out of business all the time. Sometimes the little guy wins. The big companys provide many jobs for people that feed their famillys and pay the taxs of thees big overbloated governments. This is a topic that could go on forever.

4. What's your understanding of Fascism?
Facism is a Dictatorship that usally rules with an iron fist .The people in such a Facist society are usually not free to speak out or they may disapear. I would not want to live in such a society. I would not be happy.

5. Make a list of the all human rights you consider essential

The right to speak freely with out fear of inprisonment or harm to oneself or Familly.
The right to practice your religion with out fear of inprisonment or harm to you or yours. And I like what Mattabesta said in regards to Scientology. Also I believe people have a right to worship whatever religion they choose. But I do not have to agree with them. I do not get hung up if someone comes to me and says. Hay come join us at the Church of the Golden Statue of the Bull. I will say no thanks. But some people have a big hissy fit if someone was trying to convert them. Not me.
The right to work and make a living and prosper without someone takeing it from you by force and giving it to someone else. Happens all the time ,Redistribution of wealth. I don't mind helping out my fellow man in need. But don't still it from me.

The right to the persuit of Happiness.
6. What's your understanding of Freedom?
Freedom is priceless. You may take it for granted. But you will definatley know when it is gone.

7. What's your understanding of Equality?
Equality of races, sexes. Equality of money , power. No matter how much equallity some people have.they will say I am not happy and till we are all devided up and share exactlly the same status and wealth.

8. What's your understanding of a prosperous society?
A prosperous society is one that is able to fullfill it's needs and as the society grows is able to keep up with the the fullfillment of it's people. That is in jobs food and clothing, medicine. and the like .
9. What's your stance towards the environment?
I do like the idea of a greener society one less dependent on fosill fuels and resourses that pollute our air and water less. But I must say that I am not fully convinced that man is the cause of the so called green house effects, global warming. It is still just an unproved theory. Naturall changes in the ebs and flows of our planets climate may just be the reason for a rise in tempurature if there really is one.There are many scientest on both sides both with very convincing arguements. There are people and governments that stand to profit enourmouslly from the taxation of your and my carbon footprints. If they collect theese funds from us for the so called Global Warminng that we suposeadly are causeing, do you think they wil take your money and reverse the effects with it. NO they will sit back and luagh at you and me for being so gullable in the first place. There are many in my country that are all for this. It scares me. You guys and galls have to judge for yourselves but for me the jury is stil out. Sorry for the long rambling.
10. What's your understanding of Socialism? (Added by Kenzu)
Socialism is a country totally run by the government. Much like Comunism but maybe not as bad as Comumism. I guess "France" would be an example. I guess they can have ellections and such. Don't really to be Honest know a lot about how a Socaillist country funtions.

All of this sounds good and all. But to be totally honest. A one world Government scares the hell out of me. Read Revolations all of this will come to pass eventually.

Thanks if you took the time to read this. My views are not written in stone and are ever changeing. sometimes for the better.
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PostSubject: Re: Trip's Political Profile   Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:40 am

I move'd it. Hope you don't mind trip.
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PostSubject: Re: Trip's Political Profile   Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:55 am

So anyways, I have a few questions:

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Hello, I am basically a Strict Constitutionalist.
Does this mean your in the tea party?

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My understanding of Communism is the Government decides what is best for the people with out any representation of the people at all. Communism has failed in most societys the people are usally misrable. So one would probablly argue that the Democracys do not work iether. And in some Democracys the people are miserable as well. But speaking from personall expierance that is usally when their is too much taxation and a slow economy. But I believe a democracy it is still the most fair between the two ideaologys.
First off, in a Communist country there is no government. Communism is the disestablishment of the government and the market. Secondly, Communism is an economic theory, where as democracy is a political theory. Hypothetically there can be a Communist dictatorship or a Capitalist dictatorship.

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Facism is a Dictatorship that usally rules with an iron fist
Doesn't the Soviet Union sound more Fascist than Communist?

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But you will definatley know when it is gone.
Did you notice some of your freedoms were gone when the Patriot Act was enacted?
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PostSubject: Re: Trip's Political Profile   Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:08 pm

I appreciate the move. No I am not in the Tea Party. But I can identify with those guys, and their movement is so miss interpreted in the press. They are not a violent group but they are labled as such sometimes by certain left wing leaning news networks. They have very peacfull rallys and thier numbers are always purposley reported as very few, even when there are many more present. It's as if they want to make us think that they are not a large movement. Ron Paul is a constitutionlist and I would have voted for him if he would have made it thru the primarys. He also supported the Fair Tax and I am all for that. Yes taxes are a necessary evil and I had rather be taxed on what I spend ranther than on everything that I earn.

I suppose that the Soviet Union does seem to be more Facist than your definition of Communism , But do you mean the former Communist Soviet Union or the Current Soviet Socialist Republic, which I am not really sure what kind of government that they have now. It seems whatever Vladimir Putan says is law. I do not know what goes on behind the scean. Maybe someone saying. "I will be murdered if I appose him". affraid

The freedoms are being erroded one by one and yes the Patriot Act was a hit on our freedoms. Like maybe our privacy being erroded for the sake of National Defense. But they have been doing that stuff for a long time. Now it's just more legal for them to wiretap your phone without haveing to get a court order. I have not read the Patriot Act. So I really cannot claim to understand all that is in it.
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PostSubject: Re: Trip's Political Profile   Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:37 am

Tripptruck11 wrote:


I suppose that the Soviet Union does seem to be more Facist than your definition of Communism ,

Communism, as Liche implied, is a stateless and classless system. That said, the USSR did notnearly qualify as communist. So yes, it was closer to fascism.

Tripptruck11 wrote:

But do you mean the former Communist Soviet Union or the Current Soviet Socialist Republic, which I am not really sure what kind of government that they have now.

From 1922-1991 existed the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, an officially socialist state but in reality closer to fascism and capitalism than socialism, by far.
From 1991 on, the USSR split into several different republics most of which adopted varying forms of multi-party and parlament-based presidential republics, including the Russian Federation, which is officially rcognised as succesor to the USSR.

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It seems whatever Vladimir Putan says is law.

It may seem that way to many but it's not true. First off, Putin is currently Prime Minister while Dmitriy Medvedev is President. Putin belonged to a party called "United Russia", a centre-right party that currently holds near power monopoly in Russia as it has the vast majority of seats in the Duma. Given that United Russia has such a vast majority in the parliament and that said party is in line with both Putin and Medvedev, often if not almost always, any presidential initiative is approved by most of the parliament and it passes.

Also, Putin and Medvedev are partially in line with the Communist Party of the Russian Federation which is the second largest political force in the Russian Federation.

That said, opposition against the government is pretty small and weak in Russia.

Tripptruck11 wrote:

I do not know what goes on behind the scean.

Very few know.

Tripptruck11 wrote:

Maybe someone saying. "I will be murdered if I appose him". affraid

Very small amounts of people, mainly extreme opposers. But overall, United Russia, Medvedev and Putin, specially Putin, are really popular.

The only girlfriend I've ever had was a Russian girl and when we were in the US she sent kisses at every photo of Putin she saw and commented "I love him", her friend did to and many other Russian girls with whom we were living. Overall I have met very few Russians who do not approve of Putin and, even those who do not approve of him, do not entirely disapprove.

So I believe I have a strong basis to think Putin is geniunely roughly as popular as officially stated.


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PostSubject: Re: Trip's Political Profile   Thu Sep 23, 2010 3:08 am

Thank you Zealot for clearing the Russia thing up for me. It's nice to know, that if I misinterpret the facts, that someone will simply correct me and not flame me for it.
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