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Debate Watching Party - May 3rd

Written by Subject: Eugenics
What: Debate watching party 
George & Dragon MAP 
4240 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85012-1812
(602) 241-0018

When: 5:00-7:00 PM Thursday May 3rd
George & Dragon is an English style pub known for good food and beer selection. Friends and family are welcome.
Why stay home and scream at the TV alone ...that's what crazy people do. Come scream at the TV with a bunch of  libertarians and other assorted pro-liberty folk ... thats being social.
Afterwards we will be going right up the street to the WLA workshop to put the finishing touches on the last of the Ron Pual Revolution banners. 
Also, if you have not already, please join the Ron Paul for President - Phoenix meetup. You can join HERE .
Through the meetup website you will be kept up to date on Ron Paul related efforts and activities and have access to the tools that will enable you to connect with other like minded individuals who are supporting Ron Paul for President.

2 Comments in Response to

Comment by Sandy
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Having been a supporter of Dr. Paul for many years, I wonder if any of you can explain to me if he would be agreeable or opposed to Amendment the Constitution to ban abortions, same sex marriages, sterm cell research of death with dignity.

The prohibitions are being promoted by the religious right. Being an independent libertarian, I would be interested to see of Dr.Paul still wants our freedoms and choices left alone. I may have misunderstood him at a meeting in Atlanta in 2000.

If I thought Dr. Paul was still interested in individual freedoms I might even return to the GOP.


Comment by Philly Dave
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Dr. Paul holds pro-life views. He believes the unborn are in fact persons entitled to constitutional protection under the law. However being a strict constitutionalist, he also believes that the regulation of such matters should be handled by the states.

He opposes federal funding for abortion and federal funding for stem cell research. Obviously having pro-life views he does not endorse "harvesting" of fetal tissue but as I understand it he does not oppose actual stem cell research itself provided the fetus is not created or destroyed for the purpose of obtaining stem cells.

The simple answer is No federal funding and regulate at the state level not federal.