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Friday, June 08, 2007

What would you do if you were president?

What would you do if you were president of the United States? I don't
know every single thing I would want to do but I have a few things in mind.
1. I would want to get rid of the FCC. The 1st amendment of the United
States constitution says in part that congress shal make no law
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of
speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to
assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
By controling radio and TV, the FCC violates this amendment. Parents
are responsible for what their children listne to on the radio and watch on TV.
2. I would want to get rid of the FDA. Because of the FDA's slow
process for aproving drugs, they are denying people life saving drugs.
Some drugs are risky, but a lot of other things in life are risky also.
If you drive, you can get into a car accident, but driving hasn't been
3. I would want to get rid of the DEA. First of all, the war on drugs
isn't working. In fact, it causes violence because of the black market
for drugs. Secondly, it's nobody else's business what somebody puts in
their body.
4. I would want to get rid of the internal revenue service. The
income tax is immoral.
If Ron Paul gets elected for president in 2008, this stuff may be done
by the time I would run for president.

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