Who should be President and why?
@Alex "People use planned parenthood as an excuse to not act responsibly" That is not true. Planned parenthood allows underprivileged women the opportunity and resources to act responsibly. I have been going there for sexual health services for 7 years, since I was 18. They have provided me and thousands of other women with free cancer screening, STD testing, and free birth control. It is because of them that I have been able to do the responsible thing and NOT get pregnant to begin with. They offer MANY MANY much needed women’s health services other than abortions. Please don’t criticize and organization you are not familiar with.
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@Grass. Using birth control to have sex when you please doesn’t sound as responsible as just having sex responsibly to begin with. The whole term “Birth Control” even sounds horrible. I’m not saying I’m against it. I’m just saying people use it as a way to act not responsibly. IMO a unborn child shouldn’t die because someone couldn’t have sex responsibly. I completely agree with Ron Paul’s stance on this. Especially considering everyone is ‘supposedly’ going to have health insurance anyways.
@Evan I’d want to be President. I’d end the wars and make alternate energy, curing diseases, environment/animals and improving the standard of living priority #1. But I don’t have the cash to play, and it’s a life investment. I don’t want to be another boring suit.
I don’t think it makes since to use tax payers money to solve foreign problems when there are poor and dying people in our own country.
In fact, I see very few situations where I want the federal government using taxpayer money for just about anything besides national defense and a few others.
Taxpayer money should be kept as local as possible to ensure maximum choice and realization of its impacts.