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September 25th, 2010, 08:35 PM
Avery'sMommy430 Avery'sMommy430 is offline
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Florida
Posts: 84
Abortion--Personally very against. Legally pro-choice.

Drinking age--Lower to 18

Political stance--Very moderate

Selective Service--Against

Gay marriage--For

Universal pre-k--For

Sex education--For

Vaccinations--I vaccinate

Sin Tax--For

legalization of marijuana--For

Universal Health care--For

"performance pay" for teachers--Against

war--I support our military. I don't like war.

Methods of birth control--Use them

How many kids people should have--As many as they can afford and long as they stay off my TV flaunting how many they have.

Vegetarian/eating meat--I eat meat. Yum-tastic

gun control--Against

death penalty--For

circumcision--I didn't circ...but I don't feel strongly enough about it to think it's wrong.

Fertility treatments/Assisted reproduction--For

Assisted suicide--For with some restrictions

Illegal Immigrants *not immigration POLICY*--Naughty, naughty

Gender Selection--Against

Fat Tax--Against

Shopping Carts--hold my stuff while I shop

Kids drinking soda/eating candy/poptarts for breakfast--Against

Peanut Butter bans in schools for nut allergies--Support

VBACs--Go for it!

Government involvement in citizens lives--Should stay to a minimum

Seat Belt law/ laws to protect citizens from themselves--I go back and forth

Unassisted Childbirthing--With education and caution, for. Still not for me.

Plastic Surgery--If it makes you happy

Chili (with or without beans)--both! Depends on the type of chili.


dress codes for school/office--?

Elective C-sections/elective repeat C-Sections--I don't think it's the best decision to have a first time elective C-section, but it's not my decision. I have no problem with repeat C-sections.

Introducing solids--Definitely something you should do at some point. We introduced at 4 months. I feel that's the youngest they should be introduced.

Car Seats--Absolutely! And safely!


Children and Pets--I'm not a big fan of pets as it is. As long as they're taken care of I think they can effectively help children learn some specific responsibilities.

Nursing in Public--For!

Cry it Out--Against!

Television and Infants/Toddlers--Not ideally

Caring for your elderly parents--I don't think it's necessarily a child's responsibility to do so. However, if it's within your means, I think they should.

Diamonds--Yes, please

In-N-Out Burger--Never had it

Reborn dolls--Weird to me.

Homosexual orientation/relationships--Support


Scary movies--Against!

Transcultural adoption--For

Drug testing welfare recipients--For!!

"Luxuries" on welfare- vacation, designer accessories, upscale phones, TV w/cable, etc--Not for me or the government to govern.

Organized religions--Not for me...but fine with me.

Mandatory breastfeeding attempts/prescriptions for formula--Against.

Family beds--Support

TTC on assistance--Against

Infants/toddlers in bikini style swim suits--No real opinion

Leash backpacks for kids--Not necessarily against. Definitely not for me.

Beauty pageants--Basically against.

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