I really hate Liberal views.
I really do.
I hate people that think the Government should take control of everything and we need to have the Government more powerful than anything else.
Why? Because it's not what our founding fathers wanted.
Our founding fathers wanted a land of free people, not a land of socialists. We're the United States of America - the land of the free. We have the freedom of Religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to assemble, and freedom to petition the government. We have the right to bear arms. We have the right to our privacy in our own homes. We have the right to a trial by jury.
And I'm sitting here thinking people in congress haven't even read the US Constitution.
First of all, I think the Democrats are afraid of the Constitution, because Democrats believe that the Government should be all-powerful or at least have more power than what's granted to it in the US Constitution. Fact of the matter, the Constitution was created to protect people from the Government.
Think of the writers of the Constitution. They just won the American Revolution when they wrote the Constitution to replace the Articles of Confederation. They didn't want the US to become like Britain - destructive of the unalienable rights that humans are supposed to be guaranteed; the rights of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. We won the American Revolution because we were fighting for morals, not materials. We were fighting for our freedoms and Britain was fighting to keep its Colonies. Morals are more powerful than materials, and that is what I believe the US Government has failed to see at this time.
Now, here's what I believe.
I believe people who are bad are always going to do bad. I believe people who are good are always going to do good. That will never change. That's why, in relation to Policy Debate, you can't define poverty - every man has his own standards of living. One man may be happy with just his children and his wife and another man may need several materials to be happy.
The point is, America is the land of the free, where everything is possible if you get off of your ass and work for it. "In this life, it's not what you hope for, it's not what you deserve - it's what you take." You have to work for what you want. You have to work for your dreams. You're not going to achieve anything by sitting around and waiting for the government to hand everything to you! You have to get off of your lazy ass and WORK. If someone's not going to work to achieve something, I see no reason why the government should pay any attention to them.
I SAY we should abolish all the laws and government services and just keep the Constitution (With the exception of the 16h Amendment, which should be replaced with a better Tax Plan. Like the FairTax. Actually, no. It should be the FairTax.) Because this is America. You're supposed to work for your shit here! If you're not willing to work then GTFO.
And yes, I say the government should keep its noses out of drugs, alcohol, abortion, and gay marriage. I'll tell you why; if someone wants to abuse drugs and alcohol, it's their choice. They're choosing to do that to their body. If someone wants to smoke, it's their choice. If someone wants to chew tobacco, it's their choice. They want to do that to their body, that's fine. This is the land of the free. We should be able to do anything we want. Abortion - a woman's going to find a way to get rid of her unwanted, unborn baby. Gay marriage - probably not the term "marriage" as that's the term meant for a man and a woman, but possibly a marriage-like union. Long story short: The government should keep its noses out of the private lives of its citizens.
Also, in his farewell address, Washington asked the country not to split up into Political parties, as he feared it would make the country split into enemy camps. Poor man, I bet he's rolling in his grave.