Which of these should be most importa...

Which of these should be most important on the state agenda?

Created by New West Virginian on Sep 26, 2013

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Repeal of the personal property tax

Avoiding toll and gas tax increases

Passing an abortion ultrasound law

A constitutional ban on gay marriage

Cutting state Obamacare funding on the state level

Passing Voter ID laws/fighting illegal aliens

Reinstate the death penalty

Standing up to the Obama EPA

proactively nullifying federal gun laws

Tax incentives for natural gas drilling

New West Virginian

Charleston, WV

#1 Sep 26, 2013
Despite my "location" I'm posting from Charleston/Sissonville and I moved from Maryland, not Texas. I support all of the things above, but I think the priority now is to fight Obamacare on all fronts, at all costs. I have heard so many horror stories about layoffs and rising costs due to Obamacare. Also Obamacare will not smile on procedures like those on cancer patients that will prolong life temporariliy but not cure the cancer, they would rather that the money be spent on an illegal immigrant or someone in the Democrats urban welfare base. And forcing churches to give their employees birth control goes against religious freedom. I fear if liberals get more power, they will force all insurances to cover abortions and make illegal aliens be covered.
New West Virginian

Charleston, WV

#2 Sep 26, 2013
Oh they fixed my location finally.

Charleston, WV

#3 Sep 29, 2013
Keep in mind I am as Conservative as they come, and oppose "Obamacare"

The Affordable Healthcare Act aka (Obamacare) isn't as bad as they are saying. Yes it has loopholes, and yes it is going to cost a lot more than they stated. It also has a lot of fluff in it. But we can survive it and we will get many amendments to it over the next few years.

What we can't survive, is the loss of our second amendment rights that these socialists in office want to happen. That one single right is the only thing that protects all of the other ones we have.

Saltville, VA

#4 Sep 29, 2013
dude it' s funny As hell to me because I benefited from it but now I no longer can use it And if I fight for it is for someone else now..
New West Virginian

Charleston, WV

#5 Sep 30, 2013
I do agree with the importance of the 2nd amendment. However I don't think it is under attack in West Virginia so at the state level I placed it below repealing Obamacare. Though it won't hurt to send Obama a message just as legislatures and governors have done in Missouri, Louisiana, and South Carolina and other states. We cannot run under the assumption that Obamacare survives.

Tomblin has also lost my vote over his support for Obamacare and his increasing the Medicaid elgibility.

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