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Frank McEnulty on VoteMatch

New American Independent Party nominee for President

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Strongly Favors topic 1:
Abortion is a woman's right
(+5 points on Social scale)
Abortion is moral issue best decided by a woman herself: Strongly Favors topic 1
No activist judges: Favors topic 1
Support existing & new embryonic stem cell research: Favors topic 1
Strongly Opposes topic 2:
Require hiring more women & minorities
(+5 points on Economic scale)
No affirmative action; treat all people the same: Strongly Opposes topic 2
Strongly Favors topic 3:
Same-sex domestic partnership benefits
(+5 points on Social scale)
Civil unions & marriage OK for same-sex couples: Strongly Favors topic 3
Favors topic 4:
Teacher-led prayer in public schools
(-3 points on Social scale)
Prayer in school is not about separating church & state: Favors topic 4
Opposes topic 8:
Death Penalty
(+2 points on Social scale)
Death penalty is a state issue: Opposes topic 8
Opposes topic 9:
Mandatory Three Strikes sentencing laws
(+2 points on Social scale)
Provide prison inmates with vocational skills: Opposes topic 9
Favors topic 10:
Absolute right to gun ownership
(+2 points on Economic scale)
Gun control laws should be decided at state level: Favors topic 10
Favors topic 5:
More federal funding for health coverage
(-3 points on Economic scale)
Healthcare costs burden the middle class: Favors topic 5
Favors topic 6:
Privatize Social Security
(+2 points on Economic scale)
Raise the Social Security retirement age: Opposes topic 6
Let workers invest part of payroll tax in private accounts: Strongly Favors topic 6
Strongly Favors topic 7:
Parents choose schools via vouchers
(+5 points on Economic scale)
Supports vouchers, charters, and local control: Strongly Favors topic 7
Favors topic 18:
Replace coal & oil with alternatives
(-3 points on Economic scale)
National campaign for energy independence in 10 years: Favors topic 18
Energy independence via coal, natural gas, oil, and nuclear: Strongly Opposes topic 18
Supports alternative fuels & "cap and trade" laws: Strongly Favors topic 18
Opposes topic 19:
Drug use is immoral: enforce laws against it
(+2 points on Social scale)
Decriminalize marijuana possession: Opposes topic 19
Favors topic 20:
Allow churches to provide welfare services
(+2 points on Economic scale)
Flexibility through federal block grants: Favors topic 20
Strongly Opposes topic 11:
Make taxes more progressive
(+5 points on Economic scale)
Move towards a simpler taxation structure: Opposes topic 11
Increased taxes often counterproductive to overall revenue: Strongly Opposes topic 11
Strongly Opposes topic 12:
Illegal immigrants earn citizenship
(-5 points on Social scale)
Slow down the onslaught so we can plan rationally: Strongly Opposes topic 12
Establish English as the official national language: Strongly Opposes topic 12
Opposes topic 13:
Support & expand free trade
(-3 points on Economic scale)
Trade agreements should help the American worker: Opposes topic 13
Opposes topic 15:
Expand the armed forces
(+2 points on Social scale)
Walk softly and carry a big stick; not world's policeman: Strongly Opposes topic 15
Expand missile defense shield: Favors topic 15
Strongly Favors topic 16:
Stricter limits on political campaign funds
(-5 points on Economic scale)
Public campaign funding for federal candidates: Strongly Favors topic 16
Favors topic 14:
The Patriot Act harms civil liberties
(+2 points on Social scale)
Patriot Act is scariest thing to happen to civil liberties: Strongly Favors topic 14
Military tribunals for terrorists: Opposes topic 14
Strongly Opposes topic 17:
US out of Iraq
(-5 points on Social scale)
Let the Marines and Army to do their job in Iraq: Strongly Opposes topic 17

Other candidates' VoteMatch: Frank McEnulty on the issues:
GOP: Sen.John McCain
Democrat: Sen.Hillary Clinton
Democrat: Sen.Barack Obama

GOP V.P. Possibilities:
Mayor Rudy Giuliani(NYC)
Gov.Mike Huckabee(AR)
Sen.Joe Lieberman(CT)
Gov.Mitt Romney(MA)
Gov. Mark Sanford(SC)

Third Parties:
Libertarian: Rep.Bob Barr
Libertarian: Sen.Mike Gravel
Constitution: Amb.Alan Keyes
Liberation: Gloria La Riva
Green: Rep.Cynthia McKinney
Socialist: Brian Moore
Independent: Ralph Nader
Libertarian: Rep.Ron Paul
Civil Rights
Foreign Policy
Free Trade
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Gun Control
Health Care
Homeland Security
Social Security
Tax Reform

Page last updated: Sep 30, 2008