04 February 2009

Education is now a vague generic tenet! Alright!

by Maverick W.

Yes that is right, education is now apart of the Modern Whig philosophy's six tenets:

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY — The Modern Whig philosophy is to empower the states with the resources to handle their unique affairs.
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE — Reduce dependence on foreign oil by developing practical sources of alternative energy. This will have the simultaneous effect of changing the national security dynamic.
EDUCATION/SCIENTIFIC ADVANCEMENT — Increased public and private emphasis on fields such as space, oceanic, medical and nanotechnology. Also, providing common-sense solutions to enhance our educational system from pre-school to university-level studies.
STATES RIGHTS — Each state can generally determine its course of action based on local values and unique needs.
SOCIAL PROGRESSION — Government should refrain from legislating morality.
VETERANS AFFAIRS — Vigilant advocacy relating to the medical, financial, and overall well-being of our military families and veterans.

Well, it's sort of a tenet, but really it's just a edit of the Scientific advancement tenet. It is very vague, and I trust the national executive committee will also add an extensive education plan to the Modern Whig philosophy detailed vision.

03 February 2009

Eating my feelings of Radical Middle ALIVE!

by Maverick W.

The Radical Middle just isn't what I thought it was, so from now on I will no longer espouse any of their ideas due to their apparent Bush Derangement Syndrome. 

THOUGHT they were non-partisan, which is a half-truth, but in their Bush hatred and misguidance through non-partisanship turned fringe they become something I hate. 

Do not go looking for any kind of posts saying anything nice about Radical Middle/Center anymore, now my eyes are open to their fringe stances.

The best form of centrism for America, I believe, will always be Modern Whig philosophy.