I Want To Be A Republican

Written by The Independent Voice

I Want To Be A Republican.

I want fiscal responsibility to be an important part of American politics. I want small government that focuses on protecting and encouraging growth for all citizens. I want to be a Republican.

When Abraham Lincoln sawrepparttar hypocrisy of a nation who's founding principles includedrepparttar 125920 equality of all men he decided to stand up for what we all should believe in. I want to be a Repulican.

When Richard Nixon sawrepparttar 125921 evil of fighting an un-winnable ideology war and thatrepparttar 125922 means did not justifyrepparttar 125923 ends, he ran as an anti-war candidate. I want to be a Republican.

Where isrepparttar 125924 Republican who will stand up againstrepparttar 125925 evil war that is taking place in Iraq right now? Where isrepparttar 125926 Republican who will say that this war is a lie based upon a lie? There weren't any terrorists with WMD willing to act againstrepparttar 125927 U.S. in Iraq. There ARE in other countries but not Iraq. What happened to Republican prudence? Needless violence isrepparttar 125928 reason why I can't be a Republican.

I am an American Buddhist and a recovering catholic and there is no way I can support any politician who condones capital punishment. Many old testament Christians, who like to forget aboutrepparttar 125929 legacy and teachings of Jesus Christ, believe that capital punishment is justified inrepparttar 125930 Bible. The irony is that Jesus Christ was capitally punished to death byrepparttar 125931 Romans andrepparttar 125932 Jews. Jesus specifically and numerously spoke against capital punishment and onlyrepparttar 125933 blind Christians like Pat Robertson forget it. Capital punishment kills innocent and usually poor black and white people. It only causes more problems for society to deal with:repparttar 125934 dead father, mother, son, brother, and friend. I can't be a Republican.

Pakistanis' future in US

Written by Syed Asad Ali Zaidi

Pakistanis' future in US

Of late, Pakistani society inrepparttar US is going through a lot of soul searching to identify a strategy for our future in this country. We are gradually working towards understandingrepparttar 125919 subtleties of American culture.

Generally, these values are acceptable torepparttar 125920 Pakistani-American society. We valuerepparttar 125921 diversity andrepparttar 125922 plurality of opinions that is embedded, in an immigrant community.

The Pakistani-Americans form an industrious community having a positive attitude towards American society. We have always worked forrepparttar 125923 betterment of our host country. We volunteer our time in promoting general welfare. Being highly qualified inrepparttar 125924 areas of science and technology, we are successful in various professions.

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