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Everything was very good here. The vision and the angle you used this at was perfect to show the sinking. I really liked the detail and...

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Yes, I used to be opposed to both, but some things have changed. I do believe in heterosexual marriage, obviously, but I can't really not support gay marriage since the Supreme Court has overturned that. My personal opinion was always on legalizing things that benefited society and I never saw homosexual marriage as benefiting society. I am pretty much falling in-line with most conservatives and young Republicans here in that because it is legal in the Supreme Court our opinions might not have to change, but they don't really matter as much as they used because it is the law of the land. It is kind of like free speech. Someone can be against that, but there is little point to be against it since the Constitution makes it legal and the First Amendment is in no way going to be Constitutionally changed. As for abortion, my definition of life is still at conception, but I believe abortion is an economic regulation because population growth is critical economic growth. However, I am against abortions when people decided to have sex. If a woman was raped, that is a different story because she was forced to have a child and I think abortion should be allowed for that.

Finally, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!
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Tomorrow Wisconsin will be voting to either give a second term Governor Scott Walker or elect businesswoman Mary Burke. The RealClearPolitics average shows Walker up by 2.2 points which is no surprise considering the Mary Burke was fired from her own family business at Trek Bicycle in the early 1990s and her aide plagiarized the jobs plan she put forward in the campaign (which actually means she has no original ideas). Her last minute attempts to brand Scott Walker as a Nazi are probably not going to work. This is probably because they didn't work in 2012 when the recall election was held! With Scott Walker's birthday yesterday and the election tomorrow, here's my five reasons to vote for Walker (thanks to the folks at Politifact):

1. He has froze University of Wisconsin tuition and college ain't cheap! I'm happy to have a governor who understands how difficult it is to get through such expenses courses taught by liberal professors.
2. His reforms have led the average household family to save $322. My family falls under that category and we having a little more spending and saving room. Thank you governor for cutting our taxes!
3. He prevented rapid layoffs of state employees with the Act 10 Budget Repair Bill. If Unions had their way the Wisconsin unemployment rate would have skyrocketed.
4. He created more jobs in three years than Democrat Jim Doyle did in the previous eight. That's what happens when you elect politicians who know how to get the economy going! While not his promise of 250,000 jobs, the state got 110,000 jobs under him. Among one of those individuals who got a new job was me!
5. He has made Wisconsin 11th in the nation in total business establishment growth. When Burke was commerce secretary to Jim Doyle we were 47th.

Now Walker is being considered for the presidency and he no doubt should run if he wins this election. He has a record that has proven to work and I hope you would all support him! 

Latest posts from my blog:
On Scott Walker's record
Predictions for the Senate
Walker vs. Burke Prediction
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So I wrote previously for the Conservative Politico, but the website is closing down so I decided to have my own blog. You can find the Graber Blog here. 

I'm in college now, but I am happy to say I have become active in local politics by being made president of the college Republicans on my campus. I ran for student senate, but lost (better luck next time). Because of college less time is spent here on DA. I just recently finished Franklin Pierce for the presidents series, but that progress will halt until January (maybe one or two over the weekends). I hope you all can enjoy the work I will post on my blog. 
Conspiracy BS #16: Holocaust Deniers by Titanicfan1000
Conspiracy BS #16: Holocaust Deniers
This conspiracy has to be the worst in my opinion. How can anyone believe such a thing? If you want to see some outrageous comments, NOVA did a documentary on those who deny the Holocaust back in 2000. They attempt to refute the theory, but really it is already refuted within 60 seconds of the documentary 'cause they show footage of dead bodies. 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxTynz…

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Milton Friedman: Champion of Freedom by Titanicfan1000
Milton Friedman: Champion of Freedom
Today marks the 102nd anniversary of Milton Friedman's birth. He is truly one of the greatest heroes of freedom and a terrific advocate for limited government.
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  • Listening to: Nothing at the moment
  • Reading: Empire by Niall Ferguson
  • Watching: Jurassic World trailer
  • Playing: Hearts of Iron 3
  • Eating: Pecan rolls
  • Drinking: Coffee
Yes, I used to be opposed to both, but some things have changed. I do believe in heterosexual marriage, obviously, but I can't really not support gay marriage since the Supreme Court has overturned that. My personal opinion was always on legalizing things that benefited society and I never saw homosexual marriage as benefiting society. I am pretty much falling in-line with most conservatives and young Republicans here in that because it is legal in the Supreme Court our opinions might not have to change, but they don't really matter as much as they used because it is the law of the land. It is kind of like free speech. Someone can be against that, but there is little point to be against it since the Constitution makes it legal and the First Amendment is in no way going to be Constitutionally changed. As for abortion, my definition of life is still at conception, but I believe abortion is an economic regulation because population growth is critical economic growth. However, I am against abortions when people decided to have sex. If a woman was raped, that is a different story because she was forced to have a child and I think abortion should be allowed for that.

Finally, I would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

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Welcome to my profile! I am Titanicfan1000, a history buff and conservative. On my site you will find that I write literature about history and politics. Chances are if you hate history or are a leftist you probably are upset with my views. To bad! Conservatism lives!
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Madam--Kitty Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

Hi. wanna join my group called Anti-illuminati-01? anti-illuminati-01.deviantart.…

P.S. The group is about politics in case you were wondering.

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NEWATLAS7 Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2014
Thanks for the :+fav:! :)
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Titanicfan1000 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Student Writer
Yup!
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madgerman123 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Hobbyist
Thanks for inviting me into PoliticalDebateClub.
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Titanicfan1000 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Student Writer
Your welcome!
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Duke-Nidhoggr Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I take it you were recently in Britain. How did you find it?
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Titanicfan1000 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Student Writer
Very good thank you. Loved London, all the history there was amazing to see. In addition, my group toured Bath, Stonehedge, and Salisbury.
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Duke-Nidhoggr Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So you went to the West Country? That's good, I'm from that region. It sounds like you went to some of our prominent historical sites.
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Titanicfan1000 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Student Writer
Yes. London, Stratford, Bath, and Stonehedge was where we were. London was where our hotel was and we spent most days there. I purchased four books related to future works. One on the empire, one on the Thatcher years, two on Jack the Ripper.
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SilverCloud13 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014  Student Writer
Happy Birthday!! ❤️
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