People of all political persuasions are starting to wake up to how big our government has become and it's frightening. I consider myself to be a fiscal conservative but socially liberal, so I don't fit into a neat little label that you may want to place on me. I'm a firm believer in the Constitution and the powers it both declares and takes away from government. But I've reached a point to where enough is enough. The Constitution has been spit on, pissed on, **** on and disregarded for far,
Yay, my first blog here, now onto the topic, it seems to me that the environmentalist movement has been taken over by the global warming crap, and you have people like Al Gore only making it worst, as some may or may not know, i am a rabid environmentalist, i love the bush in my country, I love being able to drive for only 20 minutes and be in some beautiful eucalyptus forest, watching the Kangaroos, Possums and Sugar Gliders as the sun sets, hearing the raucous calling of the Cockatoos, the warbling
Why do humans wish to play godhead and always wanna change others? Can humans not control their own egos to point where they feel as if they should be able to dictate what folks do in their own personal life?
I wish for all humans to get over themselves and love each other. It seems like such a simple thing to do and yet some folks seem to lack the the ability to leave others alone and let them live their own lives.
What is so very hard about letting adults be adults
WARNING: This video is a complete assault on the senses. Make sure to lower your volume levels because it's loud. Also, avoid watching if you are prone to epilepsy.
"Equal Protection Versus Equal Endowment : Constitutional Review Of Same Sex Marriage"
Originally Posted by Monk-Eye
"Marriage Is A Civil Contract With Positive Rights"
For an explanation of negative versus positive rights reference the end of this introduction.
To begin, an important emphasis to note is that negative rights may be equally protected, while positive rights may not be equally endowed.
Also, any civil contract is a "marriage", even though
Updated 03-10-11 at 08:30 PM by Monk-Eye